A Couple Tunas And Some More Rockfish From The Inlet

By Scott Lenox

A Couple Tunas And Some More Rockfish From The Inlet

Hit the vid for the Daily Catch at Sunset Marina!

Looks like this week is gonna be a windy one day, not the next as we anticipate another blow tomorrow into tomorrow night.  Looks to be a little hot to start the weekend, but hopefully the wind isn’t blowing so we can get out there on some fish.

The crew of the Boss Hogg fishing out of Sunset Marina had an OK day offshore today putting a couple of yellowfin tuna in the fish box for their anglers.

Captain Dave Caffrey of On the Run had another great day of fishing the OC Inlet today. Captain Dave had bluefish, flounder and some rockfish for his anglers including another nice over slot rockfish that was released.

Anglers fishing on board Lucky Break Charters with Captain Jason Mumford got in on the OC Inlet rockfish action as well with several fish caught and released.  Captain Jason also put his anglers on throwback tautog and flounder action.

Chad Wells found this straggler black drum while fishing the OC surf while using a sand flea tipped with a Fishbites bloodworm.  Photo submitted by Fenwick Tackle.

Captain Chris Mizurak of the Angler reported a decent day of fishing today with plenty of nice sea bass ending up in coolers.

Captain Monty Hawkins of the Morning Star enjoyed calm sea conditions today along with some decent fishing.

Had a great crowd aboard today (and won’t tomorrow 6/28 in NE winds!) Even after last night’s tempest we found the ocean to have only a bit of well spaced southerly swell – otherwise her waters were in calm condition.
We again deployed reef material at Calder’s Reef. This time Doreen & Sandra launched four pyramids before we pressed on.
Quite the mission to find a cooperative sea bass today. I never did get clients a decent bite until 11ish; even then it would only be in flurries. But we kept after it; built enough of a catch that most (most!) would have a fish fry, some better still. Jigs again seemed the hot ticket, though good fish were caught on bait too.
Patrick from Bethesda boxed today’s pool winner on a jig, however.
I don’t know if sea bass were put off the bite by the fantastic lightning overnight or who knows why. It’s certain something was in the CG radio announcer’s coffee, however, as time and again a special marine weather statement for Wednesday, June 26th’s nasty mess last night was read off today, Thursday, June 27..
Was indeed weather worthy of special broadcasts..
Oops. Hope listeners caught the date discrepancy.
No warnings today. The ocean only grew calmer – almost mirror like – by departure time..
Now to see what Saturday brings!

Had a great day with the Swain’s last week putting some flounder in the box!!

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