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Fishing Report 5/25/16

Written on: May 25th, 2016 in Fishing Report

Memorial Day weekend is only a few days away and  with this warm weather, the fishing is getting better each day. The Charters and the Headboats are going out each day now, and they are catching landing some great catching. Inshore Rockfish and Seabass are being landed as well as scattered Flounder. Offshore lots of sharks are being caught and some Yellowfin Tuna are being landed out at Washington Canyon. Call 302-227-3071 to book your charter now!

 

wreckaholic 5.25.16

 

On May 23rd the Jason McNatt group from Smyrna. Boated 28 bass , a flounder and a few dog sharks at site 11 on Clam And  fleas….Fish Whisperer Charters. #wreckaholic

 

Coffiey 5.25.16

 

Jimmy Coffiey of Wilmington, DE, caught this 46″ 30.6lb rock fish when he was fishing the incoming tide in the Indian River Inlet. Jimmy caught this fish using a Red Head Sea Trout Tsunami swim bait fishing with his cousin Capt. Andrew Coffiey on the “Go Big”.

 

Lewis 5.25.16

 

Mike Lewis of Hook ’em & Cook ’em caught this 16″ flounder and 16″ blue fish while fishing in the VFW Slough in the Indian River Bay.  He was using a jig head with a white gulp.

 

Price 5.25.16

 

Alex Price of Baltimore, MD, caught this 37″ 17lb rock rish when fishing with a black Bomber on the North side of the jetty in Indian River Inlet.

 

Lindsay 5.25.16

 

Tara Wojciechowski and John Lindsay of Dagsboro, DE caught these nice striper when they visited Ocean City, MD and fished at 137st. Tara caught hers using a Bomber and was the bigger of the two weighing in at 19.2lbs and measured 37 1/2″ while John caught his using an SP Minnow from Daiwa and it weighed 16lbs and measured 36″.

 

Til Next Tight Lines and Good Times!

Fishing Report 5.23.16

Written on: May 23rd, 2016 in Fishing Report

The rain has finally stopped….for now. And the fish are starting to arrive. Offshore there are many Blue and Mako Sharks being landed. As well as Yellowfin Tuna are being caught out in Washington Canyon. Inshore Rockfish are being caught as well as scattered Flounder.

With the fish coming in and the weather getting nicer, make sure to book your charter today. Call 302-227-3071 and ask for Carolyn and she will help set you up with one of the great charter boats we have here at the marina! Or stop on by and hop on one of the head boats run through Hook’em & Cook’em. Lets get to some of the great photos from charter boats!

 

Coast Guard 5.23.16

 

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Coast Guard out of Lewes De put seabass in the box on Thursday the 19th. They fished with Fish Whisperer Charters out of Indian river marina. #wreckaholic

 

 

Crouch 5.23.16

 

The Crouch gang from Milford Delaware Took a trip on Friday the 20th boating 60 Seabass and two flounder over 22 inches with Fish Whisperer Charters out of Indian River Marina.

 

Busby 5.23.16

 

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Monday, May 16 the Henry busby Grupo put five black drum in the box. They were with Fish Whisperer Charters out of Indian River Marina. #wreckaholic

 

Til next time Tight Lines and Good Times!

Fishing Report for 5/20/2016

Written on: May 20th, 2016 in Fishing Report

Wow finally a great week for fishing and weather!!!   Here are some pics for the week.   The headboats are having great trips and catching lots of fish.  The charters are landing awesome catches and booking fast.  Inshore or Offshore you can’t go wrong this time of year.  Plenty of sharks and some nice Yellowfins caught in the Washington this week.  Please give us a call and book your fishing trip soon dates are filling fast.  302-227-3071

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The Miss Ene III with Capt. Eddie Wagner did it again with a limit of black sea bass for Joe Muller of Garnet Valley, PA, Willie Toy of Boothwyn, PA and Paul Solum of Chichester, PA. They were fishing Site 10 with sand fleas and squid.

 

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A limit of black sea bass was caught by John Breznak of Ellicott City, MD, Seth Murphy of Severn, MD and Lenny Breznak of Millsboro, DE while fishing on the Miss Ene III with Capt. Eddie Wagner. They were fishing out at Site 11 using squid and sand fleas.

 

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Capt. Rodney Jones of Fish Whisperer Charters took this group of service men and woman from the USCG Station – Lewes, DE on a charter for black sea bass. They fished out at Site 11 using sand fleas. Pictured are Tom Mann,  Brian Webster, Dave Satava, Joel Fisher, Michael (Pronounced Michelle) Lake and Tom Holsclaw.

 

 

Dont forget about the Kid’s Catch all Tournament June 24-26.  Fun for the entire family.

Pictures courtesy of Hook’em & Cook’em   Till next time Tight Lines & Good Times!!!

 

 

Fishing Report 5/15/2016

Written on: May 15th, 2016 in Fishing Report

The rain finally stopped and the sun came out…for now at least! But we will take any sun we can get, and once the weather  turned and the fishing is picking up. Rockfish, which finally arrived, and Bluefish are also being caught throughout the inlet. Inshore Tog seems to be the main catch, with many boats catching their limit. Offshore a couple of Mako have been spotted and lots of Blue Sharks have been caught.

Here are some great photos of some catches this week!

 

Tog 5.15.16

 

Randy Eddinger of Harbeson, DE, Mike Eddinger of Millsboro, DE and Charlie Hunter of Earleville, MD caught these nice keeper tog out at Site 11 using green crabs.  The largest one weighed in at 7.5lbs.

They also reported that were seeing nice large sea bass that of course will not be there when the season opens.

 

Tog Dugan 5.15.16

 

Patrick Dugan of Crofton, MD, caught this tog while fishing on the Judy V. with Capt. Christopher Adams at Site 10 using green crabs.

 

Tog Crowley 5.15.16

 

Mandy Crowley of Laurel, MD caught this tog while fishing on the full day trip on the Judy V. with Capt. Christopher Adams at Site 10 with green crabs.

 

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Benjamin Dugan of Crofton, MD went fishing on the Judy V. with Capt. Christopher Adams and caught two tog while fishing at Site 10 using green crabs.

 

Til next time Tight Lines and Good Times!!

 

All photos courtesy of Hook’em & Cook’em.

Fishing Report 5/6/16

Written on: May 6th, 2016 in Fishing Report

We finally have the first photos of the season. With all the rain and wind, there have been some fish landed during the breaks in weather. We hope this rain will finally move on and let the season start.

Hopefully the sun will come out this weekend and, when it does, treat Mom to Hammerheads Dockside for a cool beverage, great atmosphere and a great view.

Let’s get to the photos:

Mullet 5.6.16

 

Chris Swinehart from Ocean City, MD caught this 11.1lb blue fish while fishing at 3 R’s beach on whole mullet.

 

rockfish 5.6.16

 

Andrew Rase of Newark, DE, caught this 19.4 lb rock fish while fishing in Ocean City on the beach.  He was using fresh bunker.

 

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This 10.8lb blue fish was caught at 3 R’s beach on mullet by Mark Hynson of Newark, DE.

 

 

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Brent Jones of Milford, DE caught these 3 tog while fishing on the Wreckaholic with his father, Capt. Rodney Jones. They were at Site 10 using green crabs and sand fleas.

 

Til Next time Tight Lines and Good Times!!

 

Photos courtesy of Hook’em and Cook’em Bait and Tackle.


				

Fishing Report 4/30/16

Written on: April 30th, 2016 in Fishing Report

What’s up with the weather?

Someone please start doing a Tuna dance, please! A Flounder dance? A Bluefish dance?

We’ve been seeing a few Tog around though. We will keep you posted later this week.

Come on by to pick up a Kid’s Catch All Tournament Registration form. It’s going to be a great event and is June 24 through June 26.

Til next time Good Times and Tight Lines! HA.

Fishing Report 4/23/2016

Written on: April 23rd, 2016 in Fishing Report

WELCOME BACK!

We finally have gotten back online and apologize for the delay with our fishing reports.

Lets get started with Inshore. There have been reports of decent catches of Tog and Bluefish, also reporting scattered Flounder, Rockfish and even a couple Black Drum. Off shore reports some Bluefin and Yellowfin Tuna landed last week. Lets keep our fingers crossed for great fishing as the season revs up.

Be sure to schedule your Charter boat for this season. There are plenty of trips and vessels to choose from. Call the office at 302-227-3071.

Hammerheads is now open Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Come down for some good eats and a cold drink. Also make sure to stop by Hook’em & Cook’em for all your bait and tackle needs. Our Ship Store is also open  now Wednesday-Sunday.

It is not too early to mark your calendars for the 2nd Annual Kids Catch-All Fishing Tournament on June 24, 25, and 26 for youth 3 to 18 years old.  For more information on this great event that benefits the Lyme Disease Association of Delmarva, INC visit  http://www.destateparks.com/marinas/Catch-all-tournament-2016.asp . Be sure to take part in the great event! For more information in 302-227-3071.

Tight Lines and Good Times!

Fishing Report 3/23/16

Written on: March 23rd, 2016 in Fishing Report

Spring is finally here and everyone at the marina is getting ready for an amazing season ahead. Hopefully this warm weather will bring in some warmer water and we’ll begin to see some fish.

PLEASE NOTE THAT the Fuel Dock is closed for upgrades to the fuel lines and will reopen in the middle of April. Diesel can still be purchased on G Dock at slip G-9.

The office and fuel dock are currently open 8 AM until 4 PM Monday through Saturday. The boat yard is operating 7 AM until 3 PM Monday through Friday.

Indian River Marina will be closed on March 25, 2016 for Good Friday.

Hammerhead’s Dockside will be open Friday through Sunday in April, 11 AM to 8 PM. Stop by for a bite or a drink and enjoy this wonderful spring weather.

Be sure to mark your calendars for the 2nd Annual Kid’s Catch-All Tournament June 24 through June 26, 2016. Anglers aged 3-18 take part in this fun event where no angler goes home empty handed. Or just come down to watch and cheer on all the kids at the weigh station showing off their catches. This event is fun for the whole family and proceeds benefit the Lyme’s Disease Association of Delmarva, INC.

Til next time Tight Lines and Good Times!

Fishing Report 3/14/2016

Written on: March 14th, 2016 in Fishing Report

Spring is right around the corner and the staff at IRM are beginning to get everything in order for the start of another great season.  As the weather continues to warm up stop by the marina to say hi.  We are looking forward to seeing everyone!

PLEASE NOTE THAT the Fuel Dock will be closed from March 21 through the middle of April for upgrades to the fuel lines. Diesel will still be able to be  purchased on G Dock during that time.

The office and fuel dock are currently open 8 AM until 4 PM Monday through Saturday. The boat yard is operating 7 AM until 3 PM Monday through Friday.

Indian River Marina will be closed on March 25, 2016 for Good Friday.

For our slip holders please begin to look at your calendars for a launch date in April.

Hammerheads Dockside is scheduled to open Friday April 1 and will be open Friday through Sunday through mid-May.

Til next time Tight Lines and Good Times!

Fishing Report 2/10/2016

Written on: February 10th, 2016 in Fishing Report

There are only 2 more days until the 2016 Ocean City Boat Show.  Many  Indian River Marina staff members will be on hand to say hello to old and new friends and answer an questions about the upcoming season.  For more information about the show please check out their site at http://www.ocboatshow.com and we hope to see you there!

It is not too early to mark your calendars for the 2nd Annual Kids Catch-All Fishing Tournament on June 24, 25, and 26 for youth 3 to 18 years old.  For more information on this great event that benefits the Lyme Disease Association of Delmarva, INC visit  http://www.destateparks.com/marinas/Catch-all-tournament-2016.asp . If you know of a company or organization that would like to take advantage of the great marketing opportunities provided by the tournament please have them contact Grant Melville at 302-227-3071 or grant.melville@state.de.us to learn about the varying levels of event sponsorship that are available.

For the eighth year in a row the Seafood and Arts Festival returns on Saturday July 23th from 10 AM to 6 PM.  There will be plenty of excellent seafood and nautical themed arts and crafts.  As usual, kids will have lots of games and crafts to choose from as well.

We hope that you are all having a great winter and look forward to seeing everyone on the docks soon! April can not get here soon enough!

Til next time Tight Lines and Good Times!



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