Posted on October 13th, 2019
The 2019 Ocean City Inshore Classic is in the books and it was another awesome event! We had 32 boats and paid out $10,725 tonight with our big winner receiving over $4,000 of that. Big thanks to all of our sponsors, weigh master Jim Krall and all of the anglers that fished this year’s event. Mark your calendar’s for October 10 and 11, 2020 for next year’s OC Inshore Classic. See results and some awesome pics from Dave Messick of Hooked on OC below!!
Jr Angler Winner
Mikey Pitarra 8.8 Lb Rockfish
3rd Place On the Run 5.4 Lb Sheepshead
2nd Place Miller Time 5.8 Lb Bluefish
1st Place Sea Nick Route 6.2 Lb Bluefish
3rd Place On the Run 3.2 Lbs
2nd Place Bunion Boyz 3.4 Lbs
1st Place On the Run 3.8 Lbs
3rd Place Fin City 4.2 Lbs
2nd Place Minor Threat 4.2 Lbs *Weighed first
1st Place MBWH 4.8 Lbs
3rd Place Miller Time 11.2 Lbs
2nd Place DMV Fishermen 11.4 Lbs
1st Place Sea Nick Route 11.6 Lbs
Away from the tournament Captain Monty Hawkins of the Morning Star had to work a little harder for it today, but was still able to make it happen.
Hi Scott, Although a pretty dern good bite, had to work harder for my clients today. Last two trips w/boat limits spoiled me. Still, lots of full boxes..
Amir Smith (black coat) of Harrisburg PA shows off a nice keeper double of sea bass. Young Nathan Rains of GlenBernie MD & Larry Hawington from Gaithersburg MD show off some of today’s triggerfish – Patrick McKenna (grey sweat) and Paul Squatrina (orange collar) of Baltimore show off keeper doubles – Sammy Keller of East Port MD got into a giant false albacore on the way out –
In the group snap are Ray McGowan of Millerstown PA – Eric Daniels from GlenBurnie MD – Dave Wattay of Ocean Pines MD – John Sippel from GlenArm MD – plus Brennan Iwanowski of Baltimore.
Grayson Wooldridge was fishing with his dad John when he landed his first throwback rockfish of the fall season while trolling the St Martin River with Rapala plugs.