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Fishing Report 1/28/2016

Written on: January 28th, 2016 in Fishing Report

There are only 15 more days until the 2016 Ocean City Boat Show on February 12 – 15.  Many staff members will be on hand to say hello to old and new friends and answer any 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.

April 15th will be here before we know it and we cannot wait to see the boats going back into their slips.  We hope everyone is having a great winter and staying warm and look forward to seeing everyone soon! We look forward to another great and busy year filled with great fishing and great food, drinks, and music at Hammerheads Dockside.  As we get closer to the start of the season will pass along their hours.

Til next time Tight Lines and Good Times!

Fishing Report 1/8/16

Written on: January 8th, 2016 in Fishing Report

Happy New Year Everyone from Indian River Marina. Hope your Holiday season has been a good one.  To start the year off the Rockfishing has been slow, we are hoping they start to bite soon. We have a couple Charter boats fishing year round so give us a call and tough it out one day or lock in your 2016 fising date.

Come on down and get in on the action.

This winter please be sure to stop by and visit us at the Ocean City Boat Show February 12-14 and mark your calendars for the 2nd Annual Kids Catch-All Fishing Tournament, June 24th-26th here at the Indian River Marina, and the 8th Annual Seafood and Arts Festival on Saturday July 23rd.

Til next time Tight Lines and Good Times!

Fishing Report 12/23/15

Written on: December 23rd, 2015 in Fishing Report

Happy Holidays from Indian River Marina! With these warm days coming up, its perfect weather to get out on the water and land some fish. The long wait is over and now inshore reports scattered Rockfish along the beaches. Seabass are also biting, make sure to get them before their season end on December 31. Offshore still seems to have plenty of fish in the canyons. Lots of Mako were landed as well as some Big Eye and Yellowfin Tuna.

Come on down and get in on the action.

This winter please be sure to stop by and visit us at the Ocean City Boat Show February 12-14 and mark your calendars for the 2nd Annual Kids Catch-All Fishing Tournament, June 24th-26th here at the Indian River Marina, and the 8th Annual Seafood and Arts Festival on Saturday July 23rd.

Til next time Tight Lines and Good Times!

Fishing Report 12/12/15

Written on: December 12th, 2015 in Fishing Report

Happy Holidays to everyone! Our parking lots are packed with anglers who are taking advantage of the great weather this weekend.  Offshore reports of Rockfish are finally coming in, now that they have finally come down from New Jersey. There are also reports of scatter Tautog as well.

Come on down and get in on the action.

As a reminder to our slip holders, please remember that everyone needs to be out of the water or scheduled for a haul out by December 15.

This winter please be sure to stop by and visit us at the Ocean City Boat Show February 12-14 and mark your calendars for the 2nd Annual Kids Catch-All Fishing Tournament, June 24th-26th here at the Indian River Marina, and the 8th Annual Seafood and Arts Festival on Saturday July 23rd.

Til next time Tight Lines and Good Times!

Highlights from the Fall

Written on: December 6th, 2015 in Fishing Report

It was end of season this year take a look a some of the amazing catches from this fall!

 

Mahi 12.6

 

 

 

 

 

 

This monster mahi was caught on 9/19 by Billy Cooper, from Ocean View, DE,  while trolling ballyhoo out at the Baltimore Canyon. This 39lb and 49 inch long fish was caught on the Miss Saltine Kraker.  Also pictured are Christy Quinn, Capt. Greg Margerison and Karen Bowen also from Ocean View, DE.

 

Flounder 9.18.15

 

 

 

 

 

On Sept. 19, Jeff Windsor, Jr from Maryland, caught this 7.2lb and 26 inch flounder while fishing on the Capt. Bob II with Capt. Roger Meekins.  They were fishing out at the Old Grounds when they hooked up on this big flattie using jigs with squid.

 

 

wahoo and tuna 9.19.15(2)

 

 

 

 

 

On Sept. 19, Cat Kaiser of Santa Rosa, CA, Layton Kaiser of Harrisburg, PA, John Hein of Hummelsburg, PA and Don Miller of Palmyra, PA caught this 58.6lb wahoo and a 66lb tuna while trolling in the Washington Canyon.

 

flounder delcolla  9.18.15

 

 

 

 

 

 

On Sept 18, Tom DelCollo of White House Beach, DE caught this 5.6lb flounder while fishing at the Indian River Coast Station wall using live spot.

 

 

Judy v flounder 9.18.15

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lonny Smith of Hanover, PA, caught this 5.6lb flounder while fishing on the head boat Judy V. out of Indian River Marina.  Capt. Eddie Wheedleton took the boat out to the Old Grounds and used cut bait to lure this big buy to the hook.

 

 

Sheepshead 10.17.15

 

 

 

 

 

On Oct. 17, Capt. Steve Glanden of the Miss Ene III, had a good day when he brought back this 14.6lb and 27 inch sheepshead caught using live sand fleas out at Fenwick Shoal.

 

Til next time Tight Lines and Good Times!

 

Fishing Report 11/21/2015

Written on: November 21st, 2015 in Fishing Report

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone! Our parking lots were full this weekend as anglers were taking advantage of all the Seabass Inshore. There are scattered reports of scattered Bluefish and we are still waiting for all the Rockfish to come south from New Jersey as the water gets colder.

As a remind to our slip holders, there are only 3 weeks left to get your vessels out of the water for winter land storage.

This winter please be sure to stop by and visit us at the Ocean City Boat Show February 12-14 and mark your calendars for the 2nd Annual Kids Catch-All Fishing Tournament, June 24th-26th here at the Indian River Marina, and the 8th Annual Seafood and Arts Festival on Saturday July 23rd.

Til next time Tight Lines and Good Times!

Fishing Report 11/10/2015

Written on: November 10th, 2015 in Fishing Report

Happy Veteran’s Day from Indian River Marina. A special thanks goes out to all those who have served.

There are plenty of Seabass being landed at the wrecks and a few small scattered Rockfish up and down the beach. Let’s keep our hopes up that those big boys are moving south soon with the weather change.

Don’t forget to come visit us at the Ocean City Boat Show this winter on February 12-14 2016.

Til next time Tight Lines and Good Times.

 

Fishing Report 10/20/15

Written on: October 20th, 2015 in Fishing Report

With the weather starting to cool, inshore there were a couple Flounder, Bluefish, Rockfish, Tautog and a 16 lbs. Sheepshead. Offshore canyons report spotted Yellowfin and Longfin Tunas, Mahi on the balls and quite a few Mako and Hammerhead Sharks. This week is warming up and the wind is laying down, lets hope that some of our fleet get out and hits the dock with a nice catch.

Come down to Hammerheads before they close for the season and enjoy great food, drinks and a wonderful sunset, closing November 1st.

Fishing Report for 10/9/15

Written on: October 9th, 2015 in Fishing Report

Well after making out of that Nor’easter things are shaping up for some nice weather and good fishing.  Inshore reports some Rockfish being landed along the beach and in the Inlet.  Offshore reports a few boats ventured out this week landing some nice size Yellowfins ranging 70-80lbs and a few Big Eyes, Swordfish, Mako’s and plenty of Mahi on the balls.  The weekend might blow alittle, hopefully someone will get out there and we will have some pics and new reports.

Hammerheads is open daily 8-8, so come on down for a refreshing fall cocktail and a bite to eat.

And as always Tight Lines & Good Times!!!!

Fishing Report for 10-2-15

Written on: October 2nd, 2015 in Fishing Report

Go Away Joaquin…….  The Nor’Easter is far worse at this point!!!!

Before all this mess, Tuesday and Wednesday  turned out to be some great Offshore fishing.  A few boats ventured out into the large swell only to come back to the docks with limits of 70-80lb Yellowfins, Big Eyes and limits of Gaffer Mahi.  The Tuna fishing was red HOT….. Not sure what will happen after the blow but let’s keep our fingers crossed for some calmer waters and good fishing.

So far so good here at IRM…. expecting some very high tides and winds for the next couple days…. stay posted

 

Till next time Tight Lines & Good Times!!!!!

 



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