July 24, 2019Posted 2 years ago
The fishing has been non existent the past few days due to weather and wind, but the end of the week looks great weather wise so keep an eye out for updates!
The 6th Annual Huk Big Fish Classic is this weekend, with the scales located at the Talbot Street Pier. This tournament is always exciting with big fish being hung each day, so make sure you check it out!
July 21, 2019Posted 2 years ago
It was another hot day down on the docks but it did not stop some of our fleet from heading out in search of the fish. The Baltimore Canyon was the most popular spot of today. First to return was the crew of the “Zipper” with a nice wahoo and a white marlin release. Behind them was the crew of the “Marli” with 19 dolphin including one at 40 lbs, 1 yellowfin, and they also caught their limit of tilefish. The “Gret’s three J’s” had a great last day fishing the Kid’s Classic returning with 4 white releases, and a wahoo. The “C-Boys” also had a great day returning with two nice sized cobia. Finally we had the crew of the “Fish On” finish up their weekend fishing in the Poor Man’s today and returning with a yellowfin and 1 white release.
July 20,2019Posted 2 years ago
The temperatures are heating up and so is the white marlin bite! The Poorman’s Canyon and the Baltimore Canyon were the hot spots today with all of the boats in the fleet heading in those directions. Venturing to the Poorman’s Canyon today was the ‘Primary Search’ returning to the dock with 3 dolphin, the ‘No Quarter’ with 1 dolphin and 2 white marlin releases, and finally the ‘Roll Groove’ catching 13 dolphin and releasing 1 white marlin. Heading out to the Baltimore Canyon today was the ‘Cabana’ catching 12 dolphin and releasing 3 white marlin, the ‘Gret’s 3 J’s’ releasing 4 white marlin, the ‘Lucky Duck’ returning with 1 blue marlin and 2 white marlin releases, the ‘Max Bet’ catching 1 wahoo, 1 dolphin, and releasing 1 white marlin, and finally the ‘Bar South’ releasing 2 white marlin.
July 19,2019Posted 2 years ago
It was a quiet day down here on the docks with only a few boats fishing out of the fleet today. Venturing to the Baltimore Canyon today was the ‘Marli’ catching 5 dolphin, the ‘Reel Choas’ catching 6 dolphin, 12 blue line tile fish, and released 1 white marlin, the ‘Francesca’ returned from an overnight trip with 6 dolphin while also releasing 3 white marlin. The ‘Double J’ ventured to the Washington Canyon and returned to the dock with 8 dolphin and 1 white marlin release. It looks like a good number of boats are fishing tomorrow resulting in more action down on the docks!
July 17, 2019Posted 2 years ago
It was a little quiet on the docks today with the heat keeping most people inside soaking up some much needed air conditioning. We did have a few boats venture out hoping to find the fish. First to return we had the “Osprey” with a white marlin release and 2 dolphin in the Rockpile. Our next two boats found success in the Washington Canyon. The crew of the “Buckshot” returned with 5 dolphin and a white marlin release. The crew of the “Blue Eyes” came back with 2 dolphin, a white release and also a blue marlin release. Our last boat the “Marli” returned from the Baltimore Canyon with 2 dolphin. Most of the boats are watching the forecast for tomorrow and waiting to see what they will do. Stay tuned and keep cool!
July 16,2019Posted 2 years ago
A few boats in the fleet ventured out today in search of the white marlin bite that’s beginning to pick up. Heading out to the Washington Canyon was the ‘Cabana’ catching 16 tile fish, as well as the ‘C-Boys’ who caught 1 yellowfin, 1 dolphin, and released 2 white marlin. Venturing out to the Baltimore Canyon was the ‘Francesca’ releasing 1 white marlin, the ‘Lucky Duck’ releasing an impressive 5 white marlin, and lastly the ‘Bar South’ who returned from an overnight trip with 2 yellowfin, 1 dolphin, 7 white marlin releases, and 2 blue marlin releases! With the white marlin bite picking up I would expect to see a few more boats fishing the next couple of days.
July 14, 2019Posted 2 years ago
That’s a wrap on the 2019 Ocean City Tuna Tournament! Congrats to the crews on the ‘Reel Chaos’ and the ‘Moore Bills’ for tying for 1st in the Heaviest Single Tuna category, as well as the ‘Theresa Jean’ for winning the Heaviest Tuna Stinger Overall! The Reel Chaos and the Teresa Jean are docked right here on C Dock!
To check out the full leader board and all final results follow this link: www.octunatournament.com
July 13,2019Posted 2 years ago
That’s a wrap for day 2 of the Ocean City Tuna Tournament!
95 boats have the availability to fish tomorrow, making it the busiest fish day with a good chance of some major changes to the existing leaderboard!
Check out the latest stats at www.octunatournament.com
July 12, 2019Posted 2 years ago
The 32nd Annual Ocean City Tuna Tournament has officially begun! It was a beautiful day for both fishing and grabbing a drink up at Teasers to watch the fish come to the scales. While the majority of the action at the scales will take place at the Ocean City Fishing Center, Sunset Marina will serve as an alternative weigh-in station for stringer fish ONLY on Friday and Saturday. On Sunday, all fish including stingers are to be weighed at the Ocean City Fishing Center.
Follow this link to check out the results from Day 1 of the tournament: www.octunatournament.com
Good luck to all anglers fishing tomorrow!
July 11, 2019Posted 2 years ago
The docks were busy today as many of our boats geared up for this weekend’s 32nd Annual Ocean City Tuna Tournament. Most of our boats headed out to the Baltimore Canyon today and came back with some nice catches that did not disappoint. The “Southern C’s” came back with 3 yellowfin. The “No Quarter” had 4 dolphin, 1 yellowfin, and 2 white releases while the “Marli” had 2 yellowfin, 2 dolphin, and 1 white release. Finally the last to return from the Baltimore was the “Boss Hogg” who caught 4 yellowfin and a dolphin. The crew of the “Francesca” returned from an overnight trip in the Wilmington Canyon with 7 white marlin releases. Last we had the crew of the “Tighten Up” return from the Washington Canyon with 3 yellowfin, and 3 white marlin. Tomorrow marks the first fish day of the tournament so stay tuned to see how they make out!
July 10, 2019Posted 2 years ago
It was a good day at the marina with many of our boats eager to head out after a few days spent at the docks. They covered a wide range of fishing grounds today with great success. The Baltimore Canyon was one of the popular locations and the first to return was the “Marli” with 1 yellowfin and 4 dolphin. The “Second Chance” had 2 dolphin and a white release, while the “Roll Groove” came back with 3 yellowfin, 2 dolphin, and had 5 white releases. The last two boats fishing in this area were the “Boss Hogg” who caught 3 yellowfin, 6 dolphin, and had 2 white releases and the “Roncito” who returned with 5 dolphin and had a white release. The crew of the “Lucky Duck” fished in the Wilmington Canyon today and returned with 6 dolphin, 3 yellowfin and released 3 white marlin. Fishing alongside them was the “Tara Jessica” who returned with 1 big eye tuna and 3 dolphin. The “Osprey” headed out to the Washington Canyon and returned with 5 yellowfin and also released a white marlin. Finally the crew of the “Max Bet” had a great day in the Jack spot returning with 6 yellowfin, 2 dolphin, and they released 3 white marlin. Fishing is really picking up and just in time for the 32nd annual Ocean City Tuna Tournament. Registration starts tomorrow at the Ocean City Fishing Center and we hope to see you there!
July 9,2019Posted 2 years ago
It was yet another slow day at the marina today, due to weather, with only the ‘Marli’ being the brave soul to venture out today. Although they were the only boat out fishing, they sure made the most of it! The ‘Marli’ ran out to the Baltimore Canyon and returned with 4 yellowfin, 10 dolphin, 2 blue marlin releases, and 1 white marlin release resulting in a fantastic day for the captain and crew! Hopefully this fishing keeps up with the Ocean City Tuna Tournament being a couple days away.