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