Capt. Chuck Cook, of First Light Charters in nearby Lewes, Delaware, heads to these hot spots when the moon shines bright at night. "Bluefish take over in the evening and morning hours, but it's a 100 percent striped bass bite at night," he says. "Before heading out, fish the area during the day to be familiar with your rocky surroundings." Cook recognizes that stripers feed heavily at night, and odd hours are sometimes necessary to target them. He fishes parallel to the walls along a drop that's 37 feet deep, but keeps his engine running to steer away from the rocks.