Citation Flounder

Citation Flounder

By Scott Lenox

Scott Lenox
Scott is the owner of Fish in OC and host of Ocean City's fishing television show Hooked on OC. He has worked in the fishing industry and fished the waters in and around Ocean City for over 25 years.

We had a beautiful fall day in Ocean City today.  Light winds, cool morning temperatures and sunny skies had some anglers out taking advantage of the gorgeous weather.  I got word that some of the offshore fleet is planning on getting out to the canyons tomorrow or Thursday so hopefully I’m able to report of some marlin, tuna, mahi or wahoo.

Nick Denny took advantage of the nice weather for the second day in a row and was rewarded with another day of fantastic fishing.  Nick made his way around downtown fishing a couple of different spots to catch tautog, puppy drum and flounder.  Nick released between 20 and 25 short tautog from the rocks downtown, he caught and released 3 puppy drum and several flounder from the beach at Homer Gudelsky Park in West Ocean City and he caught three keeper flounder.  The biggest flounder was a big 25″ fish that ate a 4″ Gulp swimming mullet that Nick dropped from the sea wall on the north side of the inlet.  Summer flounder have to be 24″ or more to receive a citation so Nick’s fish will qualify, and it’s gonna taste real good!

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