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Fishing Report 7-12-17

Written on: July 12th, 2017 in Fishing Report

Fishing Report 7-12-17

The heat is on and so is the fishing.  We are seeing all species at the docks here at Indian River Marina.  Stop over to Hookem & Cookem to see these fish hit the docks.  Try and stay cool and get out there and fish!

The Peter Bradley from the “Still Lucky” fished out at the Reliance and caught this 37.6lb and 45 inch cobia by pitching out ballyhoo to it.

They also hooked up some mahi. Also pictured are Steve Danner, Michael Hawkins and Brandon Hawkins all from Mechanicsburg, PA.

This 5.4lb sea trout or weakfish, was caught by Joey Clair of Middletown, PA on the north side of the Indian River Inlet while fishing with sand fleas.

This 354lb thresher shark was caught by angler Justin Ches of Middletown, DE while fishing on the Marilyn Rose out at A-buoy using a blue fish fillet. Pictured are Justin Ches, Steve Samluk, Sr., Capt.  Steve Samluk, Jr., Cameron Ches and Brynn Samluk all from Middletown, DE.

Photos courtesy of Hookem & Cookem Bait Tackle and Seafood.

Till next time, tight lines and good times!

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Fishing Report 7-1-17

Written on: July 1st, 2017 in Fishing Report

Fishing Report 7-1-17

The wind is still kicking down here at IRM.  For those that are braving the wind, they are catching some fish!  Check out these reports and pics:

The Capt. Ike II fished a day trip to the Hot Dog with Dan Miller of Bethany Beach, DE, Dave Harrington, Jim McGrath Mark Krynitsky and Mike Esham all of Ocean View, DE and caught these nice yellowfin tuna weighing up to 50lbs with ballyhoo on spreader bars.

Tim Roberts of Hockessin, DE, Jim Sensenig of Quarryville, PA, Tony Burr of Newark, DE and Dave Woods of Northeast, MD caught all of these tuna while fishing with pearl Carlson Lures on a spreader bar out north of the Wilmington Canyon.

Jeff Waxman of Bethany Beach, DE fished with the crew on the Valkyrie out at the Baltimore trying for tuna, but came back with this beautiful 24lb golden tile fish that was caught when deep dropping whole squid.

Capt Ike II had an overnight trip to the Hot Dog and caught this 396lb mako using mackeral fillet and chum. Then they also caught 4 nice size yellow fin that weighed 45-50lbs using ballyhoo on the troll. Pictured are Austin, Matt, Brian, Keith and Mike Coyle and Mike Little all from Carlisle, PA.

Photos courtesy of Hookem & Cookem Bait Tackle Seafood.

Til next time, tight lines and good times!!!!

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Fishing Report 6-29-17

Written on: June 29th, 2017 in Fishing Report

Fishing Report 6-29-17

The wind is a howling today, but it should lay down by the weekend.   The fishing has still been good with reports of Mako, tuna and mahi being caught offshore.

The 1st Annual Tuna Blast is on the 4th of July for IRM slip holders and Drystack customers.  Registration is till Friday at 7:30 here at IRM.  If your not a customer, we still want you to come to the scale on Tuesday between 3:30-6:30pm to watch our customers bring in some huge tuna and flounder.

Fish Pics:

This 58.4lb and 45 inch yellowfin tuna now tops the leader board at Indian River Marina. It was caught by Al Lee from Ocean View, DE while he was fishing on the “3 Amigos” with Capt. Kevin Denison. They were fishing out at the Baltimore Canyon using ballyhoo with purple Ilanders on a spreader bar.

This 164lb mako, and 45.1lb and 45.3lb yellowfin tuna and 14.2lb and 8.2lb mahi were all caught while fishing in the Baltimore canyon on an overnight trip on the Capt. Ike II. Capt. Dave Collins and Capt. Brian Joseph said they used a whole mackerel to hooked up to the mako and then trolled for the tuna using ballyhoo.  Mike Moss of Laytonsville, MD, Beth Pfaff of Bishopville, MD, Mike Shauv of Lancaster, PA, Roger Velasquez of Bishopville, MD and Larry Wade of Lancaster, PA.

Nick, Johnny and Andrew Coffiey all from Wilm., DE and Luke Horney, Jacob Smulski and Vito DeFrancesco fished in the Baltimore Canyon trying to find some tuna but found this 207lb mako shark instead. They hooked this big one up using whole mackerel.

Photos courtesy of Hookem & Cookem Bait Tackle Seafood.

Til next time, Tight lines and Good times!!!!!!

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Fishing Report 6-24-17

Written on: June 24th, 2017 in Fishing Report

Fishing Report 6-24-17

3rd Annual Kids Catch-All Tournament is on!!!!   The bad weather has moved out and the fishing can get started.  Weigh-ins are today from 3-6pm at the Indian River Marina scales over by the Hookem & Cookem bait and tackle shop.  Stop on down today and tomorrow to check out the catches from the kids.

Check out some of these pics of fishing from the past week:

Photos courtesy of Hookem & Cookem Bait Tackle Seafood.

Til next time, tight lines and good times.

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Fishing Report 6-23-17

Written on: June 23rd, 2017 in Fishing Report

Fishing Report 6-23-17

The 3rd Annual Kids Catch-All Tournament is upon us.  Please stop by the marina tonight between 6-8pm or tomorrow morning between 6-8am.  The weather should be great by mid-day on Saturday and Sunday is looking great.   We have banquets both nights that are free to the kids that are registered and only $10 for any additional guests.

The fishing has been great.  Check out our Captain David Collins aboard Capt Ike on his recent overnighter:

Photos courtesy Hookem & Cookem Bait Tackle and Seafood.

Til next time, good times and tight lines.

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Fishing Report 6-22-17

Written on: June 22nd, 2017 in Fishing Report

Fishing Report 6-22-17

It’s not too late to get the kids signed up for the 3rd Annual Kids Catch-All Tournament this weekend at Indian River Marina.  Stop by the marina on Friday between 6-8pm and Saturday between 6-8am to register.  Lots of prizes and awards will be given out over the two day event.  We will have IRM shirts and hoodies available for sale during the event and all other times at our Ship Store located by our Drystack building.

As for the fishing, it has been hot.  Check out some of these pics from the past week:

THE FIRST WHITE MARLIN HAS BEEN CAUGHT at 10:03 AM. Ian Schwing on the “Fish Whistle” out of the Indian River Marina just caught and released the first white marlin of the season. It was hooked at the 950 line in the Poor Man’s Canyon. 400 fathoms in 67-degree water. The “Fish Whistle” is a member of the Marlin Club.

Scott Rynard of Carlisle, PA caught his first flounder of the season fishing in the Indian River Bay around buoy 14 using a bucktail tipped with squid and minnow. This fish weighed 4.3lbs and measured 22 inches long.

Capt. John Nedelka, of the Karen Sue, put Skit Mosiej of Rehoboth, DE on the big fish at the Del-Jersey Reef and brought back a 4.1lb black sea bass. He caught this fish using squid.

Photos courtesy of Hookem & Cookem Bait Takle Seafood.

Till next time, tight lines and good times!

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Fishing Report 6-18-17

Written on: June 18th, 2017 in Fishing Report

Fishing Report 6-18-17

Check out this catch aboard the Captain Ike on an overnight trip they took this weekend!

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Photo courtesy of Hookem & Cookem Bait Tackle and Seafood.

Til next time, tight lines and good times!!!

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Fishing Report 6-17-17

Written on: June 17th, 2017 in Fishing Report

Fishing Report 6-17-17

Breaking News!!!!  The first White Marlin caught was out of Indian River Marina by Charlie Horning aboard the Fish Whistle.  Great job guys.

Please make sure you enter your kids in the 3rd Annual Kids Catch-All Tournament here at the marina on June 23-25, 2017.  Kids ages 3-18 are able to participate.

The fishing is hot right now! Check out these pics from this past week:

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Photos courtesy of Hookem & Cookem Bait Tackle Seafood.

Til next time, tight lines and good times.

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Fishing Report 06-10-17

Written on: June 10th, 2017 in Fishing Report

Fishing Report 06-10-17

The fishing is hot just like the weather.  We have cold beverages being served here at Hammerheads Dockside.  Come have some food and beverage and then head over to Hookem & Cookem and watch them cleaning some of these fish!!!!

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While fishing on the Last $, Doug Hain of Hershey, PA, Ariela and dad Capt. Rodney Meyers of Ocean View, DE and Toby Eistmand of Trout Run, PA fished out at the Radford using squid and clam and came back with a great catch of black see bass and one strawberry bass. They reported that they were hooking up double headers on the larger sized fish.

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Charlie Keener of Jamison, PA, Earle Jewel of Skippack, PA, and Travis Wilson , Charlie Wilson and Ryan Grittith of West Chester, PA fished on the Gale Force Charters with Capt. Aaron Hurd and found the birds working in the back bays of Indian River. They threw out bucktails and SP minnows and brought back these blue fish to the dock.

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Capt. Chris Adams, of the Judy V. out of Indian River Marina, put this bachelor party group on the blue fish while fishing along the beach off of Fenwick Island. They were working the fish using metal jigs and Gotcha plugs.  Everyone caught fish and had a great time.

Til next time, tight lines and good times.

Photos courtesy of Hookem & Cookem Bait-Tackle-Seafood.

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Fishing Report 6-7-17

Written on: June 7th, 2017 in Fishing Report

Fishing Report 6-7-17

The fishing was great this past weekend and we look forward to an amazing weather forecast for this coming weekend.  We had some big sharks and some tuna hit the docks.  Check out these pics:

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The largest blue fin tuna to come to Indian River Marina arrived yesterday from the “Indian Giver” Jimmy Bunting of Georgetown, DE and Frank Perna of Alexandria, VA caught this 84lb tuna while they were fishing in 61.7 degree water at the Baltimore Canyon trolling ballyhoo.

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A 221lb Thresher shark was caught by Mason Coursey of Centreville, MD, while fishing with mackerel fillet. Tyler Hudson and Joe Hudson of Kent Island, MD, and Kayla Coursey of Centreville were all fishing on the Pandion II at the 20 fathom line.

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Well it always works out this way. The biggest shark is always caught by the group that is NOT in the tournament. This 461lb 100 inch Mako shark was caught by John Pendell, Jr of Birdsboro, PA while fishing on the Miss Darlene just outside of the Elephants Trunk using fresh blue fish fillet.  John Pendell, John Pendell, Jr both from Birdsboro, PA, and Rick Brown of Pottstown, PA

Photos courtesy of Hookem & Cookem Bait-Tackle-Seafood.

Til next time, tight lines and good times.



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