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Captain Segull Chart No CBL22 Virginia to North Carolina & Lower Chesapeake Bay

Captain Segull Chart No CBL22 Virginia to North Carolina & Lower Chesapeake Bay

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    Captain Segull Chart No CBL22 Virginia to North Carolina & Lower Chesapeake Bay

    See our Buyer's Guide for additional information to augment your use of 
    Captain Segull Sport Fishing Charts.





    Captain Segull Chart No CBL22 Virginia to North Carolina & Lower Chesapeake Bay

    Features intensive ocean data outlining canyons, ledges, wrecks, and important deep sea structures that hold fish. Complete with GPS numbers. Captain Segull Chart No CBL22 Virginia to North Carolina & Lower Chesapeake Bay is a must have for those wishing to locate important fish habitats.

    Be sure to check out the Buyer's Guide for additional information on how the use of bathymetry and satellite data will land you the fish of your dreams.



    Captain Segull Chart No CBL22 Virginia to North Carolina & Lower Chesapeake Bay Manufacturer's Description: 

    Nearshore 20 - 30 miles off. Chart is 19 x 26 inches, double sided, and laminated. Virginia and North Carolina coastline. 

    Side A: the Chesapeake Bay entrance in Virginia as far north to Ware Neck, Old Town Neck and Hog Island Bay. Side B: from Cape Henry, VA to Currituck Beach Light, NC, with an inset of Lynnhaven Bay and Roads. All charts include wrecks, reefs, shoals, fishing areas, amenities and restrictions. Please refer to CBM119, CBU120, CHO123 or CMCH20


    Captain Segull Chart No CBL22 Virginia to North Carolina & Lower Chesapeake Bay

    Captain Segull Charts feature intensive ocean data. These charts feature mapping of depth, and ocean bottom structures such as ledges, canyons, reefs, and structures natural to the area being mapped. Things such as wrecks are not part of bathymetric mapping. Wrecks are for the most part known locations of ships, planes, barges, and other man made items that for one reason or another ended up on the bottom of the sea. I highly recommend using the intensive ocean data provided by Captain Segull's charts in conjunction with sea surface temperature, current information, and satellite altimetry data. When these tools are used in conjunction, the data provided will take you straight to the fish. 

    When using Captain Segull charts to identify bottom structure such as drop offs, canyons, and bottom structures, it is essential to understand how current, and temperature serve to either attract or repel gamefish in the area. I always recommend that anglers take the time to learn how to interpret satellite data. Once basic understanding is achieved, the combination of ocean and satellite data is nothing short of synergistic. 

    The Captain Segull Chart No CBL22 Virginia to North Carolina & Lower Chesapeake Bay chart may be used to locate ideal fishing locations for tuna, swordfish, and a wide variety of pelagic species which seek structure, current, and specific temperature ranges. When using the aforementioned tools to determine the GPS coordinates of an ideal fishing area. a quality fish finder will serve to provide the angler with additional information such as location of thermoclines, baitfish pods, plankton concentration, etc. The inspection of the water column is a physical procedure that one must engage in upon arrival at our pre-determined GPS coordinates. 

    Louis, CEO
    BMC Tackle Inc.

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