Fishing continues to improve both Inshore and Offshore with great catches hitting our docks everyday!! Inshore we are still seeing a lot of Flounder being landed as well as Croaker and scattered Rockfish.
Offshore reports great fishing in the Hotdog and the Washington Canyon with nice Yellowfins, Bluefin and Bigeye Tunas, Mako’s, Mahi and White and Blue Marlin Releases!! That’s good news for all the anglers getting ready for the all the Tournaments coming up.
These 75.4lb and 51.5lb blue fin tuna were caught by Dan Bush and Mike Hausekeeper while chunking and trolling ballyhoos at the Hambone.
This 3.2lb trigger fish was caught on the Capt. Bob II by Chad Jackson of Wilmington, DE. Capt. Bert Adams reported he was using clams and fishing out at the Clammer.
Michael Leishman of Bel Air, MD, caught this 7.1lb and 26 3/4 inch flounder using live minnows and squid while fishing in front of the Coast Guard station.
Chris Wines of Silversprings, MD, caught this 4.7lb 24 inch flounder off the rocks in the Indian River Inlet using live minnows.
Alex Windsor of Hartford County, MD, caught this 7.2lb and 25 1/2 inch flounder while fishing with Gulp baits in the Indian River Inlet.
Its finally time this Saturday July 26 for the Annual Seafood & Arts Festival here on the docks from 10am-6pm. Come by land or Sea there is free parking and docking for visitors and admission is also free for all. So come join us for this fun family event!!
You can view pics and detailed fishing reports by visiting our web-site at www.destateparks.com Indian River Marina Fishing Blog.
Till next week Tight Lines & Good Times!!!!
Photos courtesy of Hook ‘em & Cook ‘em