Written on: August 23rd, 2015 in Fishing Report
Great weather here at Indian River Marina this weekend! And even though it was a bit windy many boats were fishing in the inlet and quite a few even went offshore. Inshore are still catching Sea Bass, Croaker, and of course Flounder. This season has been great for Flounder fishing. Offshore Gaffer Mahi, Wahoo, and Bigeye Tuna are still being landed along with scattered .
Be sure to stop by the Indian River Marina on September 12 from 9 AM to 3 PM to browse our Fisherman’s Flea Market. Come and see all the great stuff our captains will be selling and snag yourself a deal!
With plenty of good fishing and nice weather to come give us a call and book your next Charter with the Indian River Marina Charter Fleet. Or come on down to Hammerheads at get hooked with live music daily a cool beverage and good eats …. It’s fun for everyone and certainly don’t forget the best sunset in town!
Linda Springer of Lancaster, PA, caught this 7 lbs 26 inch flounder while fishing out at the Old Grounds using cut bait on a bucktail.
Caleb Willey of Millville, DE, caught this 4.9lb 24 inch flounder while fishing out at Site 10 using pink shine Gulp bait.
LuAnn Harding from Smyrna, DE caught this 4.3lb flounder fishing in the Indian River Inlet using live minnows.
The crew on “Still Lucky” caught this 164lb big eye tuna while trolling in the Wilmington Canyon. Pictured are Steve and Devon Danner of Mechanicsburg, PA, Robert Kannenberg of Shady Grove,PA, Teyona and William Danner of Mechanicsburg, PA and angler Heath Berger of Reading, PA.
Pete Campbell of Ocean View, DE and Mark Lloyd of Camden, DE caught these six flounder fishing out at B-Buoy using cut bait and bucktails.
Stephen Neuberth of Ellicott City, MD caught this nice bull Mahi fishing on the “Helios” in the Poor Man’s using skirted ballyhoo. It weighed 35.8lbs and measured 46 inches in length.
Til next time Tight Lines and Good Times!
All photos courtesy of Hook’em & Cook’em