Posted on June 27th, 2015
Well Mother Nature started to stir the Atlantic today and will continue to do so for the next couple of days. The sea conditions were rough today. Wind speeds were 15-25 knots and sea conditions averaged between 3-5 feet and were “very steep”. With forecasts of 15-20 knots tomorrow and 30-40 knots on Sunday most of our offshore boats will be sitting at the dock. You can just see the sky brewing in our Featured Image. If you’d like up to date Ocean City conditions for fishing or otherwise, Favorite our Weather and Sea Temps page here……Fishinoc.com/WeatherandSeaTemps
Speaking of the Featured Image….Captain Joe Drosey on board Rhonda’s Osprey out of Sunset Marina braved the conditions and put his crew on a very nice day! Bluefin and Yellowfin tuna always make for happy customers with smiling faces!
The Boss Hogg also ventured out today and returned with a nice catch as well. Four Yellowfin and four Dolphin from the Hot Dog!
Thankfully the inshore weather wasn’t quite as bad as the offshore and boats were still able to get out and enjoy some of this awesome Flounder fishing. Captain John Prather on the Ocean City Guide Service had another real nice day with the Flounder catching plenty of throwbacks and some keepers in both trips!