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Fishing Report 6/14/19

Written on: June 14th, 2019 in Fishing Report

Taylor Deemer, angler with Tyler Tribbitt and Capt. Tim Tribbett (on camera duty) fished 100 fathoms at the Baltimore canyon and boated and released the first white marlin of the season for Indian River Marina. This happened last weekend on 6/2

Not sure about you, but we’re pretty sick of the wind this week. Crossing our fingers and toes that this all blows through in time for a beautiful weekend for our Kids Catch All fishing tournament next weekend! Don’t forget to register if you haven’t already!


Angler Terry Hartlaub of Millsboro, DE caught this 99lb blue fin tuna while fishing in the Baltimore Canyon with Capt. Orville Henseler. They were trolling ballyhoo on spreader bars.

Offshore fishing was good for the boats that made it out. Bigeye bite was awesome. Anglers have had no trouble hooking up bluefin, yellowfin, mahi, and mako for the past couple weeks when they are able to go out.

Last Friday, the only good weather day forecasted for the weekend, the gang from the Reel Precision hooked up on these big eye tuna and mahi. The tuna weighed in at 85lbs and 89lbs with 120lbs of gaffer mahi weighing up to 22lbs and were caught using ballyhoo at the Baltimore Canyon. Pictured left to right Brent Huey of Houston, DE, Del Baker of Dagsboro, DE, Capt. Eddie Kehl of Baltimore, MD, Kevin Huey of Houston, DE and Jeff Strayer of Carlisle, PA.

Flounder also hitting the docks in limits when boaters get out.


George Simons of Mt.Airy MD caught this 44in 34.7lb cobia off the beach at South Bethany using a fresh bunker head.

Anglers fishing off the surf are having fun landing plenty of kingfish and small trout.

Nocturnal fishermen reporting that the rockfish come through the inlet after dark 

We have lots of boats out today and this weekend, so we will update again in a couple days.

As always, wishing everybody tight lines and good times!