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July 8, 2016

Posted 6 years ago

With Day 1 in the books for the Ocean City Tuna Tournament, the scales were action packed with stringers weights and a couple big fish were weighed!  Day 1 tournament results can be found on the Tuna Tournament website at http://www.octunatournament.com/

Here are the reports we got from our charter boats today.  “My Cin” caught 1 Bluefin and 2 yellowfin in the Massey’s,  The following boats fished in the Parking Lot,  “Osprey” caught 2 Bluefin, 1 yellowfin and 1 dolphin,  “Marli” caught 1 Bluefin and 1 dolphin,  “Reel Chaos” caught 2 Bluefin and 1 dolphin.  In the Lumpy Bottom “C-Boys” caught 3 dolphin and 1 yellowfin.  “Fin Razr” fished in the Poorman’s and brought home 13 dolphin for fish tacos.  “Fish Tricks” fished everywhere today and it worked out for them filling the box with 1 bigeye, 1 wahoo, 1 mako, and 12 dolphin!

It looks like the fleet is going to split there second fishing day up between tomorrow and Sunday so the scales should be action packed both days!  Make sure you stop in at the Ocean City Fishing Center to see all the Weigh-Ins live!

July 7, 2016

Posted 6 years ago

With day one of the Ocean City Tuna Tournament starting tomorrow the docks were busy with ice orders, fueling and rigging up with anticipation of catching the big one!  We had a couple boats running out for normal charters today and it seems like the Bluefin bite is picking up along with finding some nice yellowfins!   The “My Cin” stayed inshore to the Jackspot and caught a mix of bluefish & bonitas along with releasing a 250lb Tiger Shark.  “C-Boys” picked up 2 Bluefin, 1 yellowfin, 1 dolphin and a cobia in the Parking Lot.  “Buckshot” picked up there limit of Bluefin’s then ran out to the Poormans and caught 2 yellowfins!  The “Zipper” had a terrific day catching 3 yellowfin, a mako shark, 2 dolphin, 1 White Marlin and 1 Blue Marlin release in the Hambone!  In the Hot Dog the “Pumpin Hard” also picked up 2 Bluefin, 1 yellowfin and 3 dolphin.  The “Boss Hogg” ventured to the Lumpy Bottom and returned with 1 Bluefin, 3 yellowfin and a boat load of Sea Bass and Blueline Tilefish.  “Marli” was right behind them and had a great charter day returning with their limit of 3 Bluefin, 7 yellowfin and 2 dolphin!

Weigh-Ins for the Ocean City Tuna Tournament begin tomorrow at 4pm with stringers being able to be weighed in at Sunset Marina on Friday and Saturday only.  This tournament always seems to bring a lot of action to the docks so make sure you stop by the Ocean City Fishing Center to grab a drink and watch the weigh-ins live!  Good Luck to all the participants this weekend and tight lines!

July 4th, 2016

Posted 6 years ago

From the Sunset Marina family, happy 4th of July!

Today was a much slower day at the docks than we have seen in recent weeks, but that isn’t without boats going out and bringing some meat back to the docks!

‘No Slack’ fished the Fingers, returning with 2 Dolphin, and the Buckshot also fished the ‘Lumpy Bottom’ and brought back 4 Dolphin and 1 Yellowfin. ‘My Cin’ returned back around 7:30, brining back 2 Golden Tilefish and 2 Dolphin from the Washington.

All of the boats are gearing up for the upcoming Tuna Tournament, and we wish all of our anglers the best of luck!

July 3, 2016

Posted 6 years ago

With the last day of the OCMC Canyon Kick-Off wrapped up there was certainly some action at the scales!  The highlight definitely had to be the 125lb yellowfin caught aboard the “Brenda Lou”!  Full tournament results can be seen on the Marlin Club website later on this evening.

With the Bluefin bite slacking off inshore, our boats red out to the canyons in search for White Marlin and Yellowfin tuna!  In the Poormans the “Blood Money” had a great day with a mix of 5 dolphin, 2 yellowfin, 1 wahoo and 2 white marlin releases!  “Buckshot” caught 5 dolphin and the “C-Boys” released a white marlin and caught 1 yellowfin fishing  in between the Poormans and Washington.  Fishing in the Washington the “Tighten Up”brought back 8 dolphin to the docks.  “Marli” went inshore and picked up a Bluefin and then ran out and caught 4 dolphin in the Washington.  However you are spending your holiday tomorrow we here at Sunset hope you stay safe and enjoy!

July 2, 2016

Posted 6 years ago

With day two of the OCMC Canyon Kick-Off today we had some boats on the hunt to place some quality fish!  From what I saw it looked like there were a lot of fish being weighed in down at the scales so make sure you check out the Marlin Clubs website to see the tournament updates.  For our boats fishing today the same story is being told, there are Bluefin’s inshore and you are still able to pick up some quality Yellowfin while releasing a ton and some White Marlin out in the Canyons.  Fishing in the Hambone was the “Marli” picking up a quality Bluefin and the “No Quarter” picked up a Bluefin and ran out and released two White Marlins!  “Osprey” stayed inshore at the Massey’s and caught 3 dolphin and 1 Yellowfin.  Venturing out to the Washington was the “Absolute Pleasure” who managed to catch 2 Yellowfin and 1 Dolphin,  “White Lighting” had a great day catching 2 Yellowfin, 1 Dolphin and 2 White Marlin!  The “Griffin” released a White Marlin in the Baltimore as well.

As you can see the White Marlin’s are starting to show and we are also seeing a good amount of Blue Marlin releases as well.  As keeper Yellowfins are thin right now the boats are releasing a lot of undersized fish to keep the rods bent and picking up quality dolphin.  Day 3 of the Canyon Kick-Off is tomorrow to wrap things up this holiday weekend so there is still tons of action going on around the marina!  Make sure you come grab a drink at Teasers and see all the action live!

July 1, 2016

Posted 6 years ago

As June has passed and July is upon us we now look forward to tournament time!  Today kicked off the Ocean City Marlin Clubs Canyon Kick-Off and we had a lot of boats out on the hunt for tuna.  Fishing definitely slowed down but we had two monster catches hit the scales.  Early this afternoon we had a 94lb Cobia caught by an 9 year old angler!  Cobia’s aren’t a real targeted species off these waters and to catch a monster like this is a real treat!  With the fishing being slow, we caught whisper that the “Pumpin Hard” had a monster Wahoo coming in and no doubt it was weighing in at 102lbs!  The crew caught this stud along with a White Marlin down in the Washington.  “Boss Hogg” managed to find some Yellowfins down in the Washington bringing home 6 and the “Reel Chaos” did some deep dropping for 13 Tilefish and 7 Sea Bass.

Hopefully fishing picks up the next couple days but if you want to come see the Marlin Club weigh ins stop by between 5pm-7pm to catch some excitement!

June 29, 2016

Posted 6 years ago

As the month of June starts coming to an end the fishing action continues here at the docks!  The boats that went out today were in a mix of different fishing locations but they all had successful days.  The “Boss Hogg” came in with 2 bluefin tuna, 5 yellowfin tuna and had a blue marlin release in the Poormans.  Fishing with them in the Poormans was the “Espadon” returning with 4 yellowfin tuna, 1 bluefin tuna, and 2 dolphin.  The “Fish Tricks” were fishing in the hot dog and had 4 Bluefin tuna, and 1 dolphin.  “Marli” set out for the Chicken bone today and brought back 4 bluefin tuna, and a dolphin.  Finally the “White Lightning” tried out the hambone and caught one bluefin tuna they then headed to the Washington Canyon where they caught 2 yellowfin tuna, and 2 dolphin.  The holiday weekend is quickly approaching, don’t miss out on the fishing action!  Call the marina office at 410-213-9600 to book your next charter!

June 27, 2016

Posted 6 years ago

The Poor Man’s was the hot spot today, with several boats bringing back Bluefin, Dolphin, and even some marlin releases! The ‘Rhonda’s Osprey’ reported to release a 500+ pound Blue Marlin and even brought back 5 Yellowfin to the docks. The ‘Odinspear’, who also fished the Poor Man’s, caught 3 Yellowfin, 2 Dolphin, and Released a Blue Marlin and a White Marlin. In addition, the Espadon returned with 6 Yellowfin, 1 Dolphin, and 2 White Releases from the Baltimore.

Mixing things up, the ‘Boss Hogg’ brought back 33 Tilefish, 14 Seabass, 3 Yellowfin, and released a White Marlin from the Rock Pile.

June 26, 2016

Posted 6 years ago

With the final day of the Small Boat Tournament along with the MSSA Tunament, we had a lot of boats take advantage of the break in the weather and head out to the Poormans canyon.  The fishing seemed to slack off however with the fish seeming to be driven down due to the amount of boats out there.  With that said, it was still decent fishing starting with “C-Boys” returning with 2 yellowfin,  “Osprey” had 4 yellowfin and 5 dolphin,  “Fish Tricks” was able to mange to get 7 yellowfin and 1 dolphin,  “My Cin” came back with 4 yellowfin (released 15), 4 gaffer dolphin,  “Marli” returned with 2 yellowfin,  “Billfisher” hit the docks with 4 yellowfin,  “Boss Hogg” returned with 6 dolphin and 1 yellowfin,  “Three J’s” returned home with a mix of 1 wahoo caught by 8 year old Jace, 1 white marlin release and 1 dolphin!

June 25, 2016

Posted 6 years ago

Different day, same report…the tunas are snapping!!  The weather was a little snotty today with the wind blowing hard NE throughout the early morning but the boats that could get out had great success!  All of the action was again down in the Poormans with the boats still catching the majority of their yellowfin in the 40-50lb weight class.  “Pumpin Hard” had a mix of 10 yellowfin, 1 dolphin and 2 white marlin releases!  “Tighten Up” returned by 2pm with a boat full of 2 bigeyes, 13 yellowfin and 8 dolphin.  “Marli” only had 3 anglers but managed to wrangle in 14 yellowfin and 1 dolphin.  “Boss Hogg” put their charter on the meat returning with 17 yellowfin and 5 dolphin.  “Chasin Tail” had the rod bent as well hitting the docks with 3 yellowfin and 10 dolphin.

With the final day of the Small Boat Tournament along with the MSSA Tunament, we expect a lot of boats fishing tomorrow so stay tuned for their report!  If you are in the area make sure you stop by the docks to see all the action as well.

June 24, 2016

Posted 6 years ago

Saying tuna fishing was hot would be an understatement, it was INCREDIBLE!  As I am typing this report the fish cleaner is still cutting away and has been since the early afternoon.  The Poormans seemed to be the hot spot with the following boats fishing there today.  “Tighten Up” had a great day catching 22 yellowfin and 6 dolphin,  “Osprey” made it an early day returning to the docks with 12 yellowfin and a blue marlin release,  “Boss Hogg” brought a boatload of 20 yellowfin and 2 dolphin,  “Pumpin Hard” returned with 12 yellowfin and 4 dolphin,  “Marli” loaded the box down with 23 yellowfin,  “White Lighting” caught 8 yellowfin and 2 dolphin,  “Fish Tricks” had a happy charter returning with 1 bigeye, 11 yellowfin and 11 dolphin.  “C-Boys” got a mix of 9 yellowfin, 7 dolphin and 1 white marlin release.  “Espadon” returned to the docks with 6 yellowfin and 2 dolphin,  “Reel Chaos” had a boatload of 11 yellowfin and 2 dolphin with the “Blood Money” right behind them with 11 yellowfin and 1 dolphin.  Fishing in the Baltimore was the “Odinspear” having a terrific day coming back with 20 yellowfin and 3 dolphin!

These were some nice class tuna today all ranging in the 40-50lb weight class along with nice gaffer dolphin in the mix!  This is the time to get out there and go fishing, so if you need to get a charter make sure you call the marina office at 410-213-9600 or visit our website to request a charter

June 23, 2016

Posted 6 years ago

Despite the rough weather, a few boats went out in search of some big fish- and the Marli and Espadon didn’t disappoint! The ‘Marli’ fished the Baltimore, returning with 17 Yellowfin, 2 Dolphin, and 4 Big Eye Tuna’s.

As for the ‘Espadon’, they brought 18 Yellowfin and 9 Dolphin back to the docks from the Poor Man’s.

With the MSSA Tunament and the Ocean City Marlin Club Small Boat Tournament right around the corner, it sure looks promising!

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