Posted on August 22nd, 2017
With a forecast to be one of the rougher days of the week only 36 boats decided to fish day 2 of the 26th Annual MidAtlantic Tournament today. The scales were surprisingly busy at both ports and there were some fish that hit the scale that did some changing to the leaderboard. Here’s what the MidAtlantic Tournament looks like after two days of fishing.
Contrail 67 Pounds
Speculator 23 Pounds
3rd Place Wrecker 71 Pounds
2nd Place Viking 62 72 Pounds
1st Place Big Dog 126 Pounds
No Qualifying Blue Marlin
Heaviest White Marlin
1st Place Taylor Jean 72 Pounds
Captain Luke Blume of the C Boys had a good day with Paul Crampton and his crew releasing two white marlin and catching a couple of mahi in the Washington Canyon.
Captain Chris Mizurak of the Angler had a good day yesterday fishing in the ocean over bottom structure. Captain Chris saw several nice flounder and some big sea bass come over the rail.
There were some decent keeper flounder caught in the bay today on the high tide. Captain Drew Zerbe of the Tortuga had keepers on a couple of his trips today.
Bear from the Oceanic Pier sent me these pics of John from Baltimore who had a great night last night catching a 20″ flounder and a 26″ red drum on a green albino Zoom bait.
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