Jim Baugh Outdoors will be filming underwater at the Cape Charles Fishing Pier for the Queen for the Bay Fishing Tournament Thursday July 28th. Located at the end of the Fishing Pier, Jim will have a large monitor set up and underwater cameras so the audience can see what's swimming beneath them. Three will also be Moon Lights at different depths that will attract even more species of fish to view. Also "Solstice Moon" the JBOTV film of the rare summer solstice and strawberry moon will also be playing at the end of the pier. Jim will show you the stars and constellations on the screen, and then locate them in the night sky for the viewing audience. Location: Cape Charles Fishing Pier Free Admission Below is a flyer from the Tourney.
Often when fishing, it is a good idea to know what is under
you. This week in preparation for the upcoming Queen of the Bay Pier
Fishing Tournament, we spent some time pre-fishing and filming underwater photography
of the pier. We found abundant sea life and plenty of marine growth. This pier defiantly
holds fish and some sections more than others.
We filmed schools of spot and
pin fish and also what looked like a small cobia near the bottom. The
surrounding area has multitudes of seagrass that holds lots of bait. The only
thing that can stop you from catching fish here is a slack tide. Enjoy these
pics of the under sea side of the Cape Charles Fishing Pier and we will film
the upcoming tournament and feature it on our program. Tight Lines! Jim Baugh
A Queen of the Bay tournament is a family friendly, strategic, and competitive fishing tournament with four major divisions:
Four storm cells converged over top the Chesapeake Bay while
Donna and I were sitting on the beach last night. It was an incredible sight
and was fortunate to film this. The spectacular sight was when the storms
merged and moved off east over top of us revealing the Moon, Jupiter, Arcturus
and Spica only briefly before the sun came up this morning. All I can say is
the good Lord sure is using good drawing tools to paint with. Nature.
After the storms left us this morning the wind howled 20 knots, another blow day from the Bay to Hatteras. Camera: 4K, Exposure 10sec, 3000K, 200ISO