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August 23, 2020

Posted 1 year ago

The Mid-Atlantic has wrapped up after a long week of amazing scale action. We saw everything from a 91 lb White on the Blood Money, to a Blue Marlin at 815 lbs on the Griffin! The entire week was filled with laughs, cheers, and smiling faces all the way up until awards on Friday night. Thank you to all anglers who fished the tournament out of Sunset Marina and we hope to see you next year!

The atmosphere around the marina this weekend was a little quieter but the pretty weather made for some nice fishing action.  Today most of the boats headed to the Washington Canyon.  First back was the ‘Reel Chaos’ returning with 3 yellowfin, 2 dolphin, and a white marlin release.  Next we had the ‘White lightning’ who released a white and finally was the crew of the ‘Griffin’ returning with 2 white releases and 2 yellowfin.  The ‘Osprey’ fished out of the Baltimore today and returned with 10 nice dolphin.  The crew of the ‘Marli’ headed to the Poormans and returned with 6 yellowfin and also released a white.

August 14, 2020

Posted 1 year ago

It was quite the eventful night down on the docks with a bunch of boats out fishing for the ladies tournament! With a majority of our fleet fishing in the Poormans Canyon, there were a few boats that ventured out on there on in search of fish.

Returning from the Poormans Canyon was the ‘Cabana’ releasing 1 white marlin, the ‘Marli’ releasing 2 white marlin while also catching 11 mahi mahi, the ‘No Quarter’ releasing 4 white marlin, the ‘Lights Out’ releasing 4 white marlin, the ‘Reel Chaos’ releasing 3 white marlin, the ‘Gret’s 3 J’s’ releasing 1 sailfish, the ‘D.A. Sea’ releasing 4 white marlin, the ‘Absolute Pleasure’ catching 1 white marlin, the ‘Tighten Up’ catching 2 mahi mahi while also releasing 1 white marlin, the ‘Grander’ releasing 1 white marlin, the ‘Buckshot’ releasing 1 white marlin, the ‘Blood Money’ releasing 1 blue and 1 white marlin while also catching a yellowfin tuna, the ‘Big Stick’ releasing 4 white marlin while also catching 2 yellowfin and 1 bigeye, and lastly ‘J and T’ releasing 3 blue marlin.

Heading to the Baltimore Canyon was the ‘C Boys’ releasing 2 white marlin and the ‘Reel Steel’ releasing 4 white marlin.

Venturing to the Rockpile was the ‘Roll Groove’ returning with 1 white marlin release.

August 13, 2020

Posted 1 year ago

There was a lot of activity at the docks today with the fleet spreading out in search of a good bite.  Our first two boats reported from the Washington Canyon today.  The ‘Canyon Blues’ had a white release and the ‘Roll Groove’ had 2 yellowfin, 4 dolphin, and 2 white releases.  The ‘Gret’s three J’s’ went to the Poormans and had 3 white releases and 1 blue release.  Fishing in the same spot was the ‘Tighten Up’ who returned with 2 white releases and 1 blue release.  The crew of the ‘Second Chance’ went to the Washington Canyon and had 2 white releases.  Finally we had the ‘No Quarter’ who fished in the Norfolk and had 2 white releases and 2 dolphin.  It was another busy fuel day today so it looks like people are kicking off their weekend early and heading out again tomorrow!

August 12, 2020

Posted 1 year ago

After the craziness of the extended WMO tournament last week, things are finally starting to feel like they are getting back to normal at the marina.  We did have some boats head out today to see what they could find and they returned happy.  The Baltimore Canyon was where our first two boats fished out of today.  The ‘Cabana’ returned first with 7 white releases and a yellowfin.  Next we had the ‘Reel Chaos’ return with 2 yellowfin and 4 white releases.  Our last boat in the fleet to head out to the Poormans canyon was the ‘Fish On’.  They came back to the dock with 4 dolphin, 2 white releases and a blue marlin release.  It was a steady day of fueling and ice orders which means tomorrow is going to be a busy one.  We will keep you posted on how they make out!

July 30, 2020

Posted 1 year ago

It was definitely a change of pace today at the marina with more and more tournament boats coming in daily and we also had a healthy number of boats head offshore today.  The Poormans was where they found the fish today.  First we had the ‘Zipper’ return with 1 yellowfin, followed by the ‘Marli’ with 7 yellowfin.  The ‘Pumpin Hard’ had 3 white releases and 4 yellowfin.  Next was the ‘C Boys’ with 2 white releases, a wahoo, and 5 yellowfin.  The ‘Electric Bills’ had a white release and the ‘Full Pull’ released 2 whites, a blue marlin, and caught 1 yellowfin.  Finally was the ‘Roll Groove’ with 4 dolphin and 3 white releases.  The ‘Osprey’ was our only boat in the Massey’s today returning with 9 yellowfin.  Looks like a lot of boats are heading out again tomorrow.  Good luck to all the lady angler fishing the 12th annual Heels and Reel tournament!

July 29, 2020

Posted 1 year ago

It was another calm and quiet day at the marina today with most of our crews continuing to do the prep work necessary to be ready for the White Marlin Open.  We only had two boats report their catches today.  The first was the ‘No Quarter’ returning from the Hot Dog with 5 yellowfin.  Next was the White Lightning fishing in the Poor Man’s and coming home with 2 yellowfin.  We continue to have more tournament boats arriving everyday with the countdown to the tournament quickly approaching!

July 28, 2020

Posted 1 year ago

With a lot of our boats prepping for the 2020 White Marlin Open, we only had 2 boats fish out of the marina today.

Heading to the Masseys Canyon was the ‘Marli’ who returned with 10 yellowfin tuna.

Fishing in the Poormans Canyon was the ‘Fish On’ catching 2 yellowfin tuna while also releasing 1 white marlin and 1 blue marlin!

July 27, 2020

Posted 1 year ago

It was a rather slow day down on the docks with only a handful of boats out fishing today.

Fishing alone in the Massey’s Canyon today was the ‘Marli’ catching 18 yellowfin tuna.

Heading out to the Poormans Canyon was the ‘Mama Who’ releasing 1 white and 1 blue marlin, the ‘Reel Chaos’ releasing 3 white marlin, and the ‘Gator’ releasing 2 white marlin.

Returning from the 19 Fathom Line was the ‘No Quarter’ catching 7 yellowfin tuna.

July 25, 2020

Posted 2 years ago

It was a beautiful day here at Sunset Marina with several boats out fishing today. Although most of our boats fishing today were fishing in the Huk Big Fish Classic, we did have a few go out fun fishing with fantastic results!

Heading out to the Poormans Canyon today was the ‘Zipper’ catching 9 dolphin, the ‘Blue Eyes’ releasing 2 white marlin and 1 blue marlin, the ‘Bar South’ releasing 3 white marlin, and lastly the ‘Mama Who’ releasing 4 white marlin.

For the rest of our boats who were out fishing in the tournament, check out the Huk Big Fish Classic website here, https://www.bigfishclassic.com/ for your Day 1-3 results!

July 22, 2020

Posted 2 years ago

It was a quiet day on the docks with most of our boats returning early in the day.  The ‘El Jefe’ was the first to return from an overnight trip in the Baltimore canyon with 1 white release and also a blue marlin release.  The ‘Cabana’ fished in the Baltimore as well and had 3 yellowfin and 2 dolphin.  The ‘Hallpass’ returned from the Hot dog with 6 yellowfin.  Looks like  a few boats are going to try again tomorrow and some will stay at the dock getting ready for this weekend’s 7th annual Big Fish Classic.  Registration begins tomorrow between 12 and 8 pm!

July 20, 2020

Posted 2 years ago

The tuna bite is hot again!! We had some boats venture out to the deep today in search of the epic tuna bite and the marlins that are still biting good for this early in the season.

Heading out to the Norfolk Canyon today was the ‘Cabana’ returning with 2 yellowfin tuna and 1 white marlin release and the ‘Special Situation’ releasing 2 white marlin.

Returning from the Hot Dog was the ‘Osprey’ with 18 yellowfin tuna, the ‘Marli’ with 18 yellowfin tuna, and the ‘Pumpin Hard’ with 10 yellowfin tuna. Good eating for those crews tonight!

July 19, 2020

Posted 2 years ago

Boats were rather spread out today as several boats ventured out for marlin, while the others were in search of yellowfin tuna. Fishing in the Poormans Canyon was the ‘Marli’ catching 4 yellowfin tuna, the ‘Roll Groove’ catching 2 mahi mahi and releasing 3 white marlin, and the ‘No Quarter’ returning with 6 yellowfin tuna.

Heading out to the Washington Canyon was the ‘Zipper’ catching 7 mahi mahi.

Venturing out to the Norfolk Canyon was the ‘Theresa Jean’ releasing 2 white marlin, the ‘Griffin’ catching 2 mahi mahi and releasing 2 blue marlin, the ‘Fish On’ releasing 4 white marlin, and lastly the ‘Big Stick’ releasing 1 white marlin.