July 14, 2022Posted 1 year ago
It was another hot and humid day today and the busiest spot at the marina was the pools. We did have a few boats that went out today and all of them reported to be fishing in the Poorman’s Canyon today. The Marli came back with 3 yellowfin. The crew on the Boss Hogg had 2 yellowfin and finally we had the Southern Seas returning with 1 yellowfin and a white marlin release. Looks like we do have a boat or two that decided to fish overnight tonight as well. The ice orders tonight are a good indication that tomorrow we should have a fair amount of boats heading offshore so stay tuned!
July 13, 2022Posted 1 year ago
It was hot and humid today but that did not stop the fleet from venturing out offshore. First back to the dock was the Oprey returning from the Poorman’s with 3 yellowfin. Next we had the team of the Reel Joy fishing in the Washington and returning with a 188 lb big eye tuna. Also fishing in the Washington was the Boss Hogg who returned with 2 yellowfin and a mahi. The crew on the Trailer Trash headed to the Baltimore Canyon today and returned with 1 yellowfin, 12 blue line tile, and they also released a white marlin. Finally the boys on the Moore Bills fished in the Massey’s today and they returned with 5 yellowfin tuna. Looks like we have a few more boats heading out tomorrow so we will keep you posted on how they make out!!
July 11, 2022Posted 1 year ago
We only had a few boats head out today as many are recovering from such an exciting record breaking weekend for the Ocean City Tuna Tournament. Congrats to all the winners and participants for making this event such a huge success! The crew of the Marli headed out to the Baltimore today and returned with 5 yellowfin. The guys on the New Release went to the 20 fathom fingers and came back with 1 mahi, 1 yellowfin, and a white release. Finally the team of the Pumpin Hard returned from the Poorman’s with 3 yellowfin, 1 mahi, and a white release.
July 7, 2022Posted 1 year ago
The excitement was in the air today as many boats spent the day prepping for the 35th annual Ocean City Tuna Tournament. You could feel the switch as we move further into the height of the tournament fishing season. The day was spent fueling, constantly running trash, and of course delivering ice. Every ice chest we have is just about empty at this point of the evening, a clear sign of a busy fishing day tomorrow! Registration was a great success with 109 boats entering the tournament and a payout of $1,122,530! Be sure and visit http://www.octunatournament.com for more details and live streaming of the weigh-ins. We did have a few boats that fished today. The Bar South headed to the Poor Man’s canyon and came back with 2 yellowfin and 1 white release. The Marli fished in the Baltimore and had 3 yellowfin and 30 tile fish.
July 6, 2022Posted 1 year ago
It was a scorcher out there today, and the tuna bite was just as hot! We had a few boats out fishing today and they returned with some nice catches. First was “Boss Hogg” returning with 4 yellowfin out of the Washington Canyon. The “Big Stick” returned with 4 yellowfin, a very impressive 216lb big eye and a white release, fishing in the Poor Mans Canyon. The “Marli” returned with 3 yellowfin, fishing in the Washington Canyon as well. The tuna bite is heating up just in time for the 35th Annual Tuna Tournament this weekend! Don’t forget registration is TOMORROW July 7 from 3pm-7pm at the Ocean City Fishing Center. We hope to see you there!
July 5, 2022Posted 1 year ago
The docks were still busy here following the holiday weekend. Many people seem to be here for the week enjoying some vacation time as the foot traffic was steady throughout the day. We did have some boats head offshore returning home with some nice cathches! All of our boats today reported from the Washington Canyon. The team on the Double J returned with a nice size big eye tuna. The Boss Hogg had 3 yellowfin in the box today. The New Release had 6 yellowfin to throw on the dock while the crew on the Big Stick had 2 yellowfin. Finally we had the Marli pulling in with 11 yellowfin and a white marlin release. Looks like tomorrow will be a busy prep day as our boats start getting ready for the 35th annual Ocean City Tuna tournament. Registration starts Thursday July 7th at 3pm at the Ocean City Fishing Center. Be sure to check out http://www.octunatournament.com for more information on tournament entry and rules!
July 3, 2022Posted 1 year ago
The cloudy start to the day turned into a beautiful evening here at the docks. Many people were out and about enjoying their holiday weekend both at the Restaurant, in the ship stores and on the docks as well. The weather forecast today allowed for the boats to head out once again to see what they could find. All of our boats fishing today went to the Washington Canyon. The common catch of the day was 6 yellowfin tuna with the crews of the Osprey, Hydrosphere, and Boss Hogg matching catches. The Primary Search had 3 yellowfin tuna and the team on the Marli had 7 yellowfin tuna. We are looking forward to see what the 4th brings tomorrow!!
July 1, 2022Posted 1 year ago
We are entering into the month of July just right here at the marina. Kicking off the holiday weekend we had a few boats venture out, successfully finding the tuna bite. We had a few boats fishing in the Poorman’s today. The crew on the Double J caught 6 yellowfin and a mahi. The New Release returned with 2 yellowfin. The rest of our boats fishing today were fishing in the Washington Canyon. First back was the crew on the Husevo with 3 yellowfin. Next we had the Marli with 9 yellowfin in the ice box. Finally was the crew on the Bar South returning with 5 yellowfin. Looks like the weather offshore is going to keep people at the docks but don’t let that ruin your holiday weekend. Stop by, grab a cocktail, enjoy the bands playing at Teasers or stock up on your gear at both Atlantic Tackle and Sunset Provisions before heading off to those holiday barbecues!!
Pictured Below: “Marli” Crew (top) and “Bar South” (bottom)
June 26, 2022Posted 1 year ago
Today was a slow day here at the marina. There were 10 charter boats that went out today and it was slim pickings for a lot of them. The only boat to come back to the docks with fish was the Big Stick. They started the day by trolling for tunas in the morning, but had no luck. In the afternoon they decided to try their luck fishing for swordfish. Their decision paid off, returning to the dock with 2 swordfish. The first swordfish weighed in at 288 lbs and the second was around 90 lbs. They reported fishing in the Poor Mans Canyon. We will keep you posted on what returns to the docks tomorrow.
June 25, 2022Posted 1 year ago
The docks came alive today ringing in the tournament season! Our two boats that fished in the Washington Canyon were the Buckshot and the Marli. Marli came back to the dock with 6 yellowfin and the Buckshot caught 2 yellowfin. The crew on the New Release returned from the Rockpile catching 10 yellowfin and keeping 4. The Boss Hogg went to the Jackspot today and returned with 5 yellowfin and a dolphin. The crew from the “Real One” came back to the scales with a 340lb Blue Marlin. Looks like tomorrow we have quite a few boats heading offshore so we will be sure to keep you posted on how they make out!
June 22, 2022Posted 1 year ago
Another day at the marina that started out cloudy and cold turned into a beautiful evening! The docks were buzzing today with activity as we prepare for a busy weekend with several different events. We have the 2nd annual Tunas and Tiara’s tournament at the Ocean City Fishing Center. The Marlin club Small boat tournament here at Sunset Marina and finally the Fish N Paddle Kayak tournament happening at Atlantic Tackle. Summer is officially here! We had a few of boats that went out today trying to find the bite. The first back to the dock was the Hydrosphere with 4 yellowfin tuna. Next we had the Buckshot return with 8 yellowfin. The crew on the Marli caught 12 yellowfin tuna and finally the team on the Big Stick caught 24 yellowfin while only keeping 12. All of our boats that fished today went to the Washington Canyon.
June 20, 2022Posted 1 year ago
After a quiet few days on the docks the winds finally died down allowing the boats to head out to see what was out there. The Baltimore was where our first two boats headed. The crew on the Osprey returned with 8 yellowfin. Next we had the team from the Marli return with 14 yellowfin. The Washington Canyon is where the guys on the Big Stick headed. They returned with 12 yellowfin. There was a lot of fueling and prepping happening on the docks throughout the day so tomorrow looks like we will have more boats heading out!