July 27, 2017Posted 2 years ago
We had a few boats venture out today and they were able to bring back some fish. The ‘Osprey’ was the first back to the dock returning from the Hot Dog with 4 nice yellowfin and 1 bonita. Also returning from the Hot dog was the crew of the ‘Boss Hogg’ who caught 3 yellowfin and 1 dolphin. The ‘C-boys’ went to the Wilmington today and caught 4 yellowfin, 1 dolphin and released a white marlin. The ‘No Quarter’ went to the Massey’s Canyon and returned with 1 yellowfin and 1 dolphin. Finally the crew of the ‘Bar South’ fished the Poor Man’s and caught one dolphin and also released a sailfish.
July 25th, 2017Posted 2 years ago
Yesterday was silent at the docks, with some unforeseen weather keeping everyone at the docks. Today was not the case, with a few boats going out and getting covered up with some nice Yellowfin Tuna!
The ‘Espadon’ fished the Hot Dog, and caught 7 Yellowfin. In the Masseys Canyons was the Marli, who’s crew caught 7 Yellowfin. The ‘Boss Hogg’ fished near the ‘Marli’ and caught a whopping 13 Yellowfin Tuna- awesome day! If this tuna bite is any indication, the upcoming Big Fish Classic should be full of action at the scales!
July 23rd, 2017Posted 2 years ago
Not much to report out of Sunset Marina today, with a questionable forecast keeping most boats at the docks. The highlight of the day was on the ‘Marli’, who ventured out to the Masseys Canyons to catch 6 Yellowfin Tuna- all fairly large in size. Today also wrapped up the Kids Classic- which brought tons of happy kids to the docks to weigh everything from Sand-sharks to flounder!
The Big Fish Classic kicks off next weekend out of Talbot St Pier, and is sure to be filled with excited anglers preparing for the upcoming White Marlin Open and Mid Atlantic tournaments. For more information on next weekend’s Big Fish Classic, check them out on Facebook or at https://www.bigfishclassic.com/
July 22nd, 2017Posted 2 years ago
Day 1 of the Kid’s Classic kicked off today, with tons of smiling faces of all ages. We saw fish from all spectrum’s of the waters, from Sea-Bass to Tilefish to White Marlin releases! Boats returning to the docks were greeting by another hot day on Delmarva with a few small storms in-between.
‘My Cin’ had 3 Yellowfin from the Hot Dog. In the Masseys Canyons, the ‘Rhondas Osprey’ caught 4 Yellowfin. In the Jackspot was the ‘Espadon’ crew, who retunred 12 Dolphin to the docks. The ‘Lucky Duck’ fished the Poor Mans, returning with 2 Dolphin.
Everybody else in our report this evening fished the Baltimore. The ‘Absolute Pleasure’ had 1 White release, 3 Yellowfin, and 1 Dolphin. The ‘Legasea’ had 1 Yellowfin and 3 Dolphin. the ‘Boss Hogg’ had 30 Tilefish. Several other boats not in this report fished more locally, catching anything from sea-bass to flounder. Day 2 of the Kids Classic is tomorrow from 3pm to 6:00pm. Come on out and watch it for yourselves!
July 21st, 2017Posted 2 years ago
The White Marlin Open is fast approaching, and several of our boaters are heading out in search of the White Marlin! It was extremely hot in Ocean City today, with temperatures as high as 102 degrees.
Fishing was hot today as well, with boats going out in search of Tuna, White Marlin, and even some Tilefish! Fishing the Masseys Canyons was the ‘Osprey’, who caught and returned with 4 Yellowfin. Most of our other boats today fished the Baltimore; The ‘Marli’ released a white, and the ‘Boss Hogg’ released 2 Whites and had one yellowfin. The ‘Reel Chaos’ also fished the Baltimore, but wrecked the Tilefish- catching 43 Blue Line Tilefish, 3 Golden Tilefish, and releasing a White Marlin. The ‘C-Boys’ returned 5 Yellowfin to the docks and also released a White Marlin!
The Kid’s Classic kicks off tomorrow, with weigh-ins beginning at 3:00pm at Sunset Marina’s alternate weigh station- just in time for happy hour at Sunset Grille! So grab a drink and head over to the scales to see what the young-ins bring in!
July 20, 2017Posted 2 years ago
With the hot temperature today came some improved fishing with a lot of nice size yellowfin hitting the dock! The ‘Osprey’ fished in the Massey’s Canyon today and caught 3 yellowfin. Also fishing in the Massey’s was the ‘Marli’ returning with 7 yellowfin and 1 dolphin. The crew of the ‘Lights Out’ went to the Baltimore and caught 2 keeper yellowfin and released 2 whites. Alongside them in the Baltimore was the crew of the G-Force who brought a nice size wahoo back to the dock. The last boat we had fishing in the Baltimore was the ‘Poore Sport’ and they caught 1 yellowfin and also released a White Marlin. The ‘C-boys’ crew chose to go to the Wilmington today and caught 4 yellowfin and also had a Blue Marlin release. This weekend is the Marlin Club’s 13th annual Kids Classic tournament. It’s the perfect opportunity to make this weekend’s fishing trip a family affair! Registration is at the club and starts at 6:30 so be sure to stop by and register.
July 19, 2017Posted 2 years ago
What an exciting day on the docks as many of our boats returned with the ice box full. First back to the dock was the ‘Osprey’ who returned with 1 yellowfin. The crew of the ‘Espadon’ went to the Jack Spot and were able to catch 19 dolphin. The ‘C-boys’ went to the Wilmington and caught 4 yellowfin, 1 dolphin and also released a White Marlin. The rest of the fleet went to the Baltimore today. ‘Reel Chaos’ returned with 7 yellowfin, 2 dolphin and also released a White Marlin. The boys on the ‘No Quarter’ caught 4 yellowfin, 2 dolphin and 1 Mako shark. Finally the ‘White Lightning’ brought 2 dolphin and also 2 yellowfin back to the dock. We had a lot of boats fuel up today so hopefully they are heading back out there tomorrow and bring back some more exciting catches!
The Tuna Tournament was exciting for all- both angler and spectator. We may not have seen any record breaking fish, but in slow fishing, we were happy with the results. Check out the leaderboard below:
Today was quite slow for tuna bite, however, the ‘Billfisher’ is back in action and released 3 White Marlin on their trip today. This weekend we look toward the ‘Kids Classic’ tournament- which is fun for the whole family. Weigh-Ins will be held right here at Sunset Marina.
July 16th, 2017Posted 2 years ago
Day 3 of the Ocean City Tuna Tournament had most-everyone fishing out of Sunset today, with 64 boats fishing out of our port (For the Tournament and recreational, of course).
We saw a handful of Tuna, both bluefin and yellowfin at the docks from the Hot Dog and a few places elsewhere. A huge attraction at the fish cleaning station today was the weighing of a 200 lb Swordfish, who was brought in by the Git-R-Done crew from the Chicken Bone. With the OCTT behind us, we can now look towards the Kids Classic tournament, which will be held right here at our alternate weigh station.
July 15th, 2017Posted 2 years ago
Today was Day 2 of the Ocean City Tuna Tournament, and we saw plenty of action at the docks resulting from it!
The ‘Legasea’ fished the Hot Dog, and had 1 Wahoo and 1 Yellowfin. The ‘Rehab’ had 1 Bluefin and 2 Dolphin. On the ‘Marli’, they returned with 6 Yellowfin. The ‘Pumpin Hard’ had 4 Yellowfin and 3 Dolphin. All of these boats fished the Hot Dog as well. Fishing the Baltimore was the White Lightning, Fish Tricks, and the No Quarter crew. White Lightning had 2 Yellowfin and 1 Dolphin. the ‘No Quarter’ had 4 Yellowfin, and the Fish Tricks had an awesome day with 2 White releases!
Day 1 of the Ocean City Tuna TournamentPosted 2 years ago
Today was Day 1 of the Ocean City Tuna Tournament out of the Ocean City Fishing Center, and we are incredibly happy to support such an amazing tournament! This year payout is an outstanding $785,205 with 88 boats registered! Here at Sunset, where we served as a stringer fish weigh in only, we saw quite a few catches that left the Sunset Grille crowd in awe. The “Goin’ In Deep” was one of those boats, weighing in a 213 lb stringer weight and currently holding third place. We are very eager to see what Day 2 brings!
Heaviest Single Tuna
1ST Myra HT 99 lbs
2ND Top Dog 64 lbs
3RD Wrecker 58 lbs
Heaviest Stringer Weight
1ST Wrecker 267 lbs
2ND Top Dog 219 lbs
3RD Goin In Deep 213 lbs
1ST Fish Whistle 22 lbs
Top Lady Angler
1ST Myra HT JL Cropper 99 lbs
2ND Wrecker Megan Humphry 57 lbs
3RD That’s Right JULIA Arfaa 47 lbs
For more information on the tournament, head over to their website, http://www.octunatournament.com/
July 12, 2017Posted 2 years ago
The Hot dog was the popular spot for the boats in our fleet today. The ‘Marli’ returned with 5 yellowfin tuna. The ‘Boss Hogg’ came back to the dock with 1 bluefin tuna and 2 dolphin. The ‘Pumpin Hard’ caught 1 bluefin tuna. The ‘My Cin’ charter ventured to the Massey’s canyon and caught 2 yellowfin tuna. There is excitement in the air as the crews on the dock are preparing for the Ocean City Tuna Tournament. Registration starts tomorrow at the Ocean City Fishing Center under the tent between 3-7pm and the Captain’s meeting will follow at 8pm.