Crisfield Sports & Outdoors

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    Anchorage

    by grandmaR Written Sep 11, 2004

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    Boat anchored in Somer's Cove
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    Boats sometimes anchor in the Crisfield harbor basin. It is possible to do this although it is quite a busy area with boats docked all the way around the perimeter. I personally would not do it. You have to pay for dinghy dockage at the municipal marina if you do this.

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    Hunting

    by grandmaR Written Sep 22, 2003
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    The hunting dog pictured is local to the Chesapeake Bay and is a Chesapeake Bay Retriever. This dogs are generally liver brown with a dense flat curley coat. They are heavy bodied dogs somewhat like the lab except that they are brown instead of black. They love the water so they were used as duck or goose hunting dogs. We had one of these dogs and he'd go down and break the ice in the river to go swimming and come back all covered with icicles.

    The statue of the shore bird, which is not one that would be hunted, is in the Tawes Museum in the lobby.

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    Somers Cove Marina

    by grandmaR Updated Aug 4, 2003

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    This is a very large marina which has the usual amenities - laundry facilities, showers, pump out and fuel dock with gas and diesel.

    In addtion they also have a pool, tennis courts, boat storage, Concierge Accommodations, Van Service, free email phone line (which I could not get to work for me), bicycle rentals, boat launching ramp, pavilions for picnics with benches tables and grills, and 24 hour surveillance

    Equipment: $1/ft and $3 for 30 amp.

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    Barbara Ann (headboat)

    by grandmaR Written Jul 6, 2003

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    I have not been out on this boat. They followed us in the channel, so I took a copy of their brochure when we were in the museum.

    These are advertised as the Crisfield's fastest party boats and finest bottom fishing. Leaves at 7 returns at 3 May to November 7 days a week. Free parking and fish cleaning facilities. Sea Trout, Croacker, Rock, Spot, Blues, Flounder & other species.

    Day and night charters - call for reservations

    Equipment: Fish finding and safety equipment is provided. Rods can be rented. Bait is available. Bring raincoat, sun block, and a cooler with food and drinks.

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