We hope everyone is surviving this final day of the dangerous heat wave. The marina and the DSSP beaches have been pretty empty.
Offshore boats landed some nice sized gaffers, plenty of tilefish, and some scattered wahoo.
The tuna headed out for cooler, deeper water. We’re hoping the cool front Monday and Tuesday will bring them back.
Inshore reports of flounder, bluefish, and a couple nice cobias.
KUDOS to all the brave anglers that could stand the heat and finished the Paradise Bay flounder fishing tournament. We can’t wait to hear the results.
Here are some more pictures from this week of fishing
As always, wishing everybody tight lines and good times!
Photos courtesy of Hook ’em & Cook ’em
Located on the north side of the Indian River Inlet at Delaware Seashore State Park, the park’s marina features many convenient services for boaters and fishermen. And it’s just minutes from the Atlantic Ocean and the Inland Bays – some of the finest fishing grounds on the east coast!