December 18, 2022Posted 3 months ago
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October 19, 2022Posted 5 months ago
The Third annual Rena Bishop Broadbill Bash wrapped up with the crew of the Three J’s winning the big money with total winnings coming to $30,684! They won for 1st and 2nd place Swordfish plus a $5 000 gift card from Atlantic Tackle! Special thanks to our presenting sponsor Pure Lure and all of the other wonderful sponsors and participants for making this year’s event a successful one!
September 16, 2022Posted 6 months ago
The docks came alive today as many of our crews were busy preparing for a day offshore tomorrow buying fuel and ice steadily throughout the day! Most of our boats went to the Washington Canyon today. The first back to the dock was the crew on the Fish On returning with two white releases and some mahi. Next we had the crew on the Cabana catching 5 swordfish. Behind them was the crew on the Seven with a white release. The guys on the No Quarter also had a white release and a yellowfin. Blood Money had two white release and While the Brenda Lou had one white release. Finally we had the Showtime with 5 white releases. Hopefully tomorrow’s report is just as good!
September 14, 2022Posted 7 months ago
It was another beautiful September day here at the marina. We continue to see transient traffic daily on their way headed south. We also did have a few boats head offshore to see what was biting. First back to the dock was the boys on the Boss Hogg returning with 2 white releases, a blue marlin release and a bunch of mahi. Behind them we had the crew on the Seven who had a white release, a blue marlin release and some mahi as well. Both boats reported fishing in the Washington today. The team on the Reel Chaos are fishing overnight so we will keep you updated on how they make out!
September 11, 2022Posted 7 months ago
With the weather keeping the boats at the dock we had a long run of quiet days here at the marina. Today was the first time there was a break in the weather allowing for a decent day. We saw lots of transient traffic with boats taking the opportunity to start their treks south. We also had a good bit of boats head offshore searching for the marlin bite. First back to the dock was the crew on the Marli returning with a nice bunch of mahi and some tile fish. Following behind them was the crew on the Boss Hogg who also had a good mix of mahi and tilefish. Both boats reported to be in the Poormans. The rest of the fleet went to the Washington today. The Par Five had three white releases. Next, we had the Fish On return with three white releases while also catching a wahoo and 5 mahi. The crew on the Buckshot had one white release. The DA Sea came home with a white release as well and finally we had the crew on he Seven with 2 white releases! Not bad for a rainy Sunday!
September 4, 2022Posted 7 months ago
Another great September day down at the docks. Lots of activity as people were enjoying the last hoorah of the summer season. We had lots of boats head out there today in search of that classic September billfish bite and the fish did not let them down! All of our boats went to the Wilmington Canyon today. First back was the Marli with a white release. Next we had the Boss Hogg with 2 white releases. The crew of the Sea Hag had a white and a blue release. The team on the Par Five went out overnight returning with 5 whites and a blue release. The guys on the Cabana returned with 3 swordfish in the box. The Buckshot had 5 white releases and the Reel Chaos had 4 white releases. Capt Frank on the Brenda Lou had 2 white releases while the Blood Money had 2 white releases and a blue marlin release. Roll Groove returned with 2 white releases as did the team on the Tighten Up. Gotta love that September Fishing!
September 1, 2022Posted 7 months ago
It was a beautiful day at the marina and a great day to ring in the month of September. There is nothing like a September sky down on the docks especially this evening with the shadow of numerous marlin flags flying. Our first boat to return back to the marina was the Marli. They were in the Poormans and had a bunch of tilefish, a yellowfin, and a dolphin. All of our other boats headed to the Wilmington Canyon where they found success. The crew of the Sea Hag had 4 white releases and a blue marlin release. The Reel Chaos had 6 white releases and some mahi. Finally the crew of the Reel Joy returned with 7 white releases. Tomorrow start the first day of the Marlin Club’s 64th annual Labor Day tournament and it looks like a few of our boats our going to fish their first day tomorrow so we will keep you posted!!
August 28, 2022Posted 7 months ago
With many of the tournament boats packed up and gone, today was a great day for our resident boats that headed out in search of the fish. First back to the dock was the Marli returning from the Poorman’s with a bunch of tilefish as well as a Wahoo. All of our other boats went to the Wilmington today. The crew on the Knot Again returned with 7 white releases, a yellowfin, and a dolphin. The Big Stick had a white release and a blue marlin release. The Showtime had 4 white releases while the Reel Chaos had 5 white releases and 2 longfin tuna. Looks like the seas are calm most of the week so I am sure we will see more boats fishing as the week continues.
August 19, 2022Posted 7 months ago
It was definately a tournament style day here at the marina where the parking lot was packed and the slips were empty all day. We had many boats head out today for the Poor Girl’s tournament in search of the fish. The Washington Canyon was the grounds of choice today with many of our boats finding success there. First back was the crew of the White Lightning returning with a white release. Next was the guys on the Lights Out also releasing a white marlin. The crew of the Buckshot had 2 blue marlin releases, a white release and a yellowfin tuna. The team on the Big Stick had 2 yellowfin and 2 white releases. Finally we had the C-boys return with 2 white releases. One more day to go in the tournament and it looks like we are in for another exciting day so stay tuned!!
August 18th, 2022Posted 7 months ago
Today was a beautiful day here at the docks. Slight breeze and great temperatures. We had several boats fish out of our fleet. The Reel Chaos returned to the dock with 1 good sized yellowfin and 20 dolphins in the Baltimore. Max Bet had a great day fishing releasing 2 blue marlins and 2 white marlins. They were fishing in the Washington. Bloodmoney had a blue marlin release and 4 dolphin (Mahi Mahi). Showtime returned to the dock with a blue marlin release and a white marlin release. Fish on retuned to the dock with 20 dolphin and they were fishing in the Washington a along with the Showtime. Bar South had a great day catching 4 yellowfin and 15 dolphin in the Washington. Tomorrow is going to be another busy day with several boats going marlin fishing.
August 3rd, 2022Posted 8 months ago
Today we had a hot and humid day, but that did not stop anyone from trying to find the fish. The Marli returned to the dock with 5 yellowfins and a dolphin. The crew said they saw them jumping all around them but getting them to bite the line was the tricky part. They reported fishing in the Poor Mans Canyon. The boat Seven returned to the docks with 3 yellowfin 1 dolphin and a white marlin release. The boat was fishing in the Baltimore Canyon. Tighten Up was fishing in the Baltimore Canyon and returned to the docks with 5 yellowfins. Reel Toy was fishing in the Poor Mans and caught 4 yellowfin. The Griffin went bill-fishing and was able to catch and release 2 White Marlin. The Boss Hogg was also fishing in the Poor Mans and was able to catch 1 yellowfin and released 2 White Marlins. The Fish On returned to the dock releasing 2 white marlins and keeping 1 yellowfin. They were fishing in the Poor Mans Canyon.
July 28, 2022Posted 8 months ago
The heat and humidity was on the high side today keeping the activity on the docks relatively quiet. We did have some boats venture offshore however to see what they could find. First back to the dock was the crew of the Double J returning from the Massey’s Canyon with 2 yellowfin and a mahi. The No Quarter also fished in the Massey’s and returned with a blue marlin release. We had a few boats that headed to the Poorman’s today and found success. The Cabana returned with 3 yellowfin tuna and a white release while the Marli returned with 2 yellowfin and a mahi. The New Release went to the Hambone today and returned with 4 yellowfin tuna. Finally we had the crew of the Boss Hogg returning from the Jackspot with 2 yellowfin tuna. Tomorrow marks the first day of the Huk Big Fish Classic, good luck to all the anglers and participants!