Coast Guard Urges Caution In Coming Days With Tropical Activity Near

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OCEAN CITY — While no significant impacts are expected in the Ocean City area from two tropical depressions, authorities are issuing reminders about rough ocean conditions on the beach and offshore in the coming days. In a press release issued Monday, the 5th Coast Guard District is advising mariners and swimmers throughout the mid-Atlantic region Monday to use… Read more »

Know the Rules….and Follow Them

If you follow fishing in Ocean City like I do then you’ve heard some of the controversy surrounding some of the local fishing tournaments in town this summer.  Most, if not all of the local tournaments have a rule that states  “All IGFA rules apply unless otherwise noted”.  In 1940 the International Game Fish Association… Read more »

Sporty Tuna

By Scott Lenox It was pretty sporty off the beach today…fishable, but sporty.  Northeast winds had it 3′-5′ and a little better at times, but there’s tuna to be caught. Kevin Rohrdack and his crew braved the rough seas today and caught a box of large yellowfin tunas up to 70lbs and a big gaffer… Read more »

Back at the Tunas

By Scott Lenox Now that the tournament season is winding down the Fish in OC offshore fleet will get back to charter fishing.  There will be plenty of days of white marlin action coming up, and some charters will want to get out and catch a bunch of marlin, but most charters want to put… Read more »

Sea Glass Festival Set For Ocean City

OCEAN CITY — Sea glass lovers and beachcombers won’t want to miss the 11th Annual North American Sea Glass Festival at the Roland E. Powell Convention Center in Ocean City this weekend. Sponsored by the North American Sea Glass Association (NASGA), the event is open to the public both days. The Friday night, Aug. 25… Read more »