The Rockfish are Getting Closer and MSSA Fall Classic Results

The Rockfish are Getting Closer and MSSA Fall Classic Results

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.

The rockfish migration that a lot of us have been patiently waiting for is making it’s way closer to Ocean City by the day.  The fish have made it close enough that a boat left from Ocean City inlet this morning and was able to catch a limit by early this afternoon.

Captain Wes Pollitt had a break from his regular gig on the Morning Star and ran the Haulin’ N Ballin’ out of The Ocean City Fishing Center for some rockfish trolling today.  Captain Wes was joined by Mate Bobby Spivey, Mate Dave Schulte and anglers Ronnie Bitner, Dan Iacangelo, Adam Glushakow and Aaron Jezierski.  The crew caught their limit of one rockfish each trolling Stretch 30s.

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MSSA Fall Classic Results

Greg Buckner’s 47″, 42.7 pound rockfish caught in the 23rd Annual MSSA Fall Classic was good enough to hold on to first place.  Final results are:

1st Place      Greg Buckner      42.7lbs/47″

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2nd Place     Jamie Romero    42 lbs/47″

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3rd Place      Dave Bailey        18.65lbs/35.5″

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