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Fishing Report 7/20/19

Written on: July 20th, 2019 in Fishing Report

While fishing in the Indian River Inlet, Gabby Baker out fished her grandfather, Mickey Payne of Georgetown, DE. Her largest fish weighed 3.8lbs and was using live spot.

Is it HOT enough for everyone? Please be careful during this epic heat wave.


Boats heading offshore are coming back with wahoo, tuna, mahi, along with many white marlin releases.


Inshore vessels and surf fishermen reporting flounder, blues, sea bass, sheepshead, and even some rockfish.

Bay fishing has been fun as well so give us a call and get hooked on one of our charter vessels – call Miss Carolyn at 302-227-3071.

The Bay Flounder Tournament is taking place this weekend with over 200 boats fishing.

Here are some pictures of this week’s flounder power.

Bob Ebersole and Andrew Biddle, both from Bayshore Campground, fished out at B-Buoy and caught these 5 keeper flounder weighing up to 4.1lbs using Gulp bait.
Trey and Jack Isaacs of Greenville, SC, caught these three keeper flounder while fishing in the Indian River Inlet using Gulp and bunker strips.
Ken Schuchart of Wrightsville, PA caught these 4 keeper flounder, weighing up to 2.3lbs using Gulp bait on the north side of the Indian River Inlet
Beckum Schuchart of Wrightsville, PA was fishing with his father Ken on the North side of the Indian River Inlet when he caught this keeper flounder. He was using Gulp bait to hook this fish.
Matthew and Chad Mitchell of Frankford, DE fished along Massey’s Ditch and caught these 8 keeper flounder with the largest one weighing 4.3lbs. They were using shiners to land these flatties.

Stay cool and have a great weekend. and of course, wishing everyone tight lines & good times!

Photos courtesy of Hook ’em & Cook ’em