June 15, 2019Posted 2 months ago
The yellowfin have officially arrived.. and in full force! With the weather finally cooperating 80+ boats ventured out of the marina today.. and they sure made the most of it! Venturing alone to the Poorman’s Canyon today was the “Double J” who returned back to the dock with 13 yellowfin. The Washington and Norfolk Canyon’s seemed like the place to be today with most of our boats heading south in that direction. Heading to the Washington Canyon was the “Lucky Duck” catching 6 yellowfin, the “Gret’s Three J’s” catching 15 yellowfin, the “Whiskey Kilo” catching 10 yellowfin, 1 dolphin, and releasing 1 white marlin, the “Primary Search” catching 13 yellowfin, 2 dolphin, and 15 mako sharks, the “Blood Money” catching 21 yellowfin, 2 dolphin, and releasing 1 white marlin, the “Quickdraw” catching 12 yellowfin, the “Southern C’s” catching 9 yellowfin and 2 dolphin, the “Marli” catching 12 yellowfin while releasing 10 more, the “White Lightning” catching 4 yellowfin and 2 dolphin, the “Pumpin Hard” catching 8 yellowfin, 2 dolphin, and releasing 1 blue marlin and finally the “Zipper” catching 4 yellowfin and 3 dolphin. Close by in Norfolk Canyon was the “Rippin Lips” catching 18 yellowfin while releasing 15 more, the “Fish On” catching 15 yellowfin and 2 dolphin, the “Reel Chaos” with an impressive 27 yellowfin and releasing 1 white marlin, the “Osprey” catching 18 yellowfin and 2 dolphin, and lastly the “Roncito” who returned with 11 yellowfin and 3 dolphin. It sure was a busy day down on the docks, but we love seeing such a positive outcome for the fleet and their crews.
June 14,2019Posted 2 months ago
Although the bad weather and wind kept most of the fleet at the dock today, two of our charter boats the ” Marli” and the “Zipper” ventured out in hopes to find the yellowfin tuna again today. Venturing out to the Poorman’s Canyon was the “Marli” who returned with 18 yellowfin and 1 dolphin, while also releasing 12 more yellowfin. Going a little further south to the Washington Canyon was the “Zipper” who returned with a box full of 10 yellowfin and 1 dolphin. With the 40th Annual Small Boat Tournament hosted by the Ocean City Marlin Club beginning tomorrow, we hope to see plenty of fish return back to the dock!
June 12, 2019Posted 2 months ago
With the wind keeping the boats at the docks the past few days, it was nice to see that we had a few boats venture out to see what was biting. We got word early in the day that the yellowfin bite in the Poorman’s Canyon was hot, and oh boy was it! The ‘Marli’ was the first back to the dock returning with 18 yellowfin tuna and 10 gaffer dolphin in the box. Capt Mark Hoos also reported that they released 58 more yellowfin tuna. The crew of the ‘Blood Money’ was the only other boat we had out today. Capt Anthony Pino and his crew returned with 15 yellowfin tuna and 3 Big Eye tuna. Now is the time to give us a call to book your next offshore adventure!
June 7th, 2019Posted 3 months ago
The Big eye bite was the big news at the docks today. Many of our boats ventured out today and returned very happy fisherman with their boxes full! The first hot spot of the day where the fish were biting was the Baltimore Canyon. The crew of the “Southern C’s” was the first ones back to the dock with 3 Big eye tuna, 5 dolphin, and 4 yellowfin. Next was the “Osprey” who had 6 nice big eye tuna. The crew of the “Double J” returned with 6 dolphin, while the crew of the “Marli” had 1 big eye tuna and 5 dolphin. The “Reel Chaos” had 2 big eye tuna and 6 dolphin and then the “Seament” who caught 3 makos, and 3 mahi tuna. The last boat to return from the Baltimore Canyon was the “Brenda Lou” who returned with 5 dolphin and 5 throwback yellowfin. The rest of the fleet fished in the Poorman’s Canyon today. The crew of the “Lucky Duck” had a whopping 8 big eye tuna, and behind them we had the “Reel Toy” who caught 5 big eyes. The crew of the “Buckshot” caught 9 dolphin and the “Boss Hogg” released a white marlin, caught 1 yellowfin and released 7 yellowfin tuna. Finally the “Roll Groove” caught 3 bige eyes and 8 mahi.
June 4, 2019Posted 3 months ago
The bigeye tuna have officially arrived! After hearing reports of warmer water moving into the Baltimore Canyon, a few of our charter boats ventured out that way to see if that water brought any sea life with it.. and it sure paid off! Returning from the Baltimore Canyon first was the ‘Pumpin Hard’ with an impressive 4 bigeye (107,105,102, and 89 lbs), as well as a gaffer dolphin. Coming in shortly after was the ‘Marli’ who also had a bigeye, weighing in at 162 lbs, as well as 1 under bluefin tuna and 4 dolphin. The ‘Roncito’ ventured out to the Poor Mans Canyon and returned with 5 dolphin.
June 2, 2019Posted 3 months ago
We had a few boats venture out today hoping to finish their weekend off with some fish in the box. The crew of the “Seament” were the first to return from an overnight trip in the Baltimore with a nice bluefin tuna. The rest of our fleet went out to the Washington Canyon today where the dolphin were biting. The crew of the “Marli” came back to the dock with 19 dolphin. Next back to the marina was the crew of the “Fish On” who had 6 dolphin followed by the crew of the “Brenda Lou” who caught 7 dolphin. The “Blood Money” was the last back to the docks catching 20 dolphin. The weather report looks like it may keep the boats at the docks tomorrow but we shall see.
June 1, 2019Posted 3 months ago
Happy Saturday everyone! What a great way to start off the month as many of our boats ventured out and returned home with their boxes full. The Baltimore Canyon was the spot of choice for the crews of the “Marli”, the “Primary Search” and the “Magic Moment.” The “Marli” caught 4 bluefin tuna while the “Primary Search” had 15 dolphin and the “Magic Moment” had 2 bluefin tuna. The crew of the “Second Chance” returned with 3 yellowfin tuna and 4 dolphin and finally the crew on the “Roll Groove” returned with 15 dolphin. Both were fishing in the Poorman’s Canyon.
May 31, 2018Posted 3 months ago
The weather today could not have been more perfect and many of our customers took advantage of it. More of our boats headed offshore to see what they could find and were not disappointed. Fishing in the Baltimore Canyon was the crew of the “Marli” who returned with 3 bluefin tuna and 9 dolphin. Fishing alongside them was the “Zipper” who also caught 3 bluefins and 7 dolphin. Next back to the dock we had the “Halcyon” returning from the Poorman’s canyon with 3 dolphin. Also fishing in the Baltimore Canyon was the “Lucky Duck II” who came back with 1 dolphin and 5 yellowfin tuna. Weather is looking good for tomorrow have you booked your next fishing trip?
May 30, 2019Posted 3 months ago
It was another great day at the marina while temperatures were still on the high side there was a nice breeze to keep things tolerable. There was more activity on the docks today as many of the crews were working on routine maintenance to make sure they are ready to go the next time they head out on the water. The crew of the Marli had another awesome day returning from the Baltimore with 4 bluefin tuna and 7 dolphin. Our only other boat the headed out today was the Double J. They ventured out to the Washington Canyon and brought 7 dolphin and 2 yellowfin back to the docks.
May 29, 2019Posted 3 months ago
Not much activity on the docks today as the heat kept most people more at the pool than on the docks. We did have a few more of our boats arrive for the season which is always exciting to welcome them back for another exciting year! The crew of the Marli went at it again today and had another successful trip. They returned from the Baltimore Canyon with 19 mahi and 1 bluefin tuna in the ice box. With temperatures remaining high tomorrow we shall see what happens!
May 28, 2019Posted 3 months ago
It was a little slower around the marina today then it was yesterday with only the “Marli” venturing offshore. Captain Mark Hoos headed out to the Poor Man’s Canyon today and didn’t come back empty handed, returning back to the dock with 3 dolphin. The weather looks fantastic the rest of the week, so hopefully the fleet is able to get out and find those tunas again!
May 27, 2019Posted 3 months ago
Happy Memorial Day everyone! The holiday weekend and beautiful weather made a great combination for an excellent day of fishing! The majority of our fleet ventured to the Poor Man’s Canyon today and it sure didn’t disappoint. Returning back to the dock first was the “Quick Draw” with a 146 lb Thresher shark, the “Primary Search” catching 3 bluefin, the “White Lightning” with one under bluefin and an impressive 155 lb over bluefin, the “Lucky Duck” with 2 bluefin, the “Magic Moment” with 2 bluefin, the “Whiskey Kilo” with 2 bluefin and releasing 1 yellowfin, and finally the “Tara Jessica” with 2 bluefin. Venturing alone to the Baltimore Canyon was the “Marli” catching 2 bluefin, while also releasing 23 others.