Wrecked Em!

By Scott Lenox

Wrecked Em!

The action was once again in the Baltimore canyon today.  The action was not quite as hot as it was yesterday and some of that has to do with the amount of boats that fish the weekends.  More boats means a lot of disturbance on the surface which sometimes keeps the fish down and not as active. The fish are still there and some of our charters know how to find them regardless.

The Boss Hogg out of Sunset Marina with Captain Brian Porter had 8 Yellowfin between 35 and 50 pounds in 100 fathoms of the Wilmington canyon.  The fish were caught on spreader bars and trackers.


Captain Jeremy Blunt on the Wrecker out of the Ocean City Fishing Center had 5 nice Yellowfin also from the Baltimore canyon on Ballyhoo and spreader bars.  Captain Jeremy was just north of the tip of the canyon in 50 fathoms.


Inshore the Bay Bee had a nice day with throwback size Flounder both on the morning and afternoon trips.  The afternoon trip also produced 3 nice keepers for some of the crew.

Captain John Prather on the Ocean City Guide Service had a real nice day fishing inshore Ocean City.  He put his crew on a keeper Flounder and a nice 35″, 14 pound Striper.


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