Written on: June 29th, 2019 in Fishing Report
Fishing is still red hot as we head into the weekend before Independence Day. Whether you’re celebrating this weekend or next, be sure to wear sunscreen and drink plenty of water. Looks like we’re in for a sunny couple of weeks!
The tuna bite is consistent, with anglers landing mostly yellowfin, but bigeye and bluefin are in the mix. The canyons remain the hotspot for fishing activity, with record numbers of boats heading out every day.
One lucky angler might have scored the Delaware state record for false albacore on the Last $ with Capt. Rodney Meyers, one of IRM’s charter fleet! This is unconfirmed as of now, but we will update once we get more information.
Heavy flounder have been hitting the deck consistently, as have mahi.
As the water temperature rises, we’re seeing more species reeled in along the surf and inshore.
Sheepshead, croaker, triggerfish, trout, and spot made up the “mixed-bag” catches that anglers have reported.
Fishermen seeing more consistent bites with kings, sea bass, flounder, and blues. Rockfish are good at the inlet after dark.
Don’t wait – take advantage of the good fishing and good weather before it goes away! Call Miss Carolyn at 302-227-3071 to book your charter trip with one of our 26 charter fleet vessels. Trips are booking FAST so call ahead.
As always, wishing everybody tight lines and good times!