Rock in Ocean City

Even though it’s only the mid 40’s outside it feels more and more like spring everyday.  With no wind and sunny skies the mid 40’s feels pretty good and anglers are getting outside and taking advantage of some of the fishing that we can expect this time of year.During the last day of the Saltwater… Read more »

Toggin’ Today

Day two at the Saltwater Fishing Expo in Edison, NJ was a good one where I got to speak to a lot of folks that are coming to Fish in OC.  I got some reports from guys up here that there were some more stripers caught along the coast so there may be some fish… Read more »

Things Are Starting Up

As I finish up day 1 at the Saltwater Fishing Expo in Edison, NJ I am happy to report that things are looking up as the weather warms up.  We’ve got some chilly days ahead of us in the next week, but overall the temperatures will be rising and more and more species will make… Read more »

On the Board for 2019

With the way the weather has been lately today’s sunny skies and light winds were a welcomed change in Ocean City and surrounding areas.  Raking my yard this afternoon it was actually very nice out once the clouds broke and the sun shone through.  It was chilly with temps in the mid 40s, but there… Read more »

Tog Taggin’

It sure was nice getting a fishing report today from Captain Monty Hawkins of the Morning Star.  The weather hasn’t been the greatest lately so most anglers haven’t had a chance to get a line wet.  Even though it’s cold in OC right now, spring is in the air and it won’t be long before… Read more »

Ocean City Priorities Future Capital Improvement Projects; Road Paving, Canal Dredging Top Priority List

Ocean City Priorities Future Capital Improvement Projects; Road Paving, Canal Dredging Top Priority List

OCEAN CITY — Ocean City officials took a closer look at the aggregate rankings of major capital projects proposed in the near future and got a little closer to reaching a consensus on their priorities.City Engineer Terry McGean this week presented to the Mayor and Council a draft five-year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) outlining dozens… Read more »

The Board is Back

Hello all!Fishing reports have been pretty few and far between lately so it was nice to get one today.  The weather hasn’t been terrible, but we have had an excessive amount of rain and wind recently which is definitely not conducive for fishing interests.  I’ve had plenty to do to keep me busy….as a matter… Read more »

New Short Fin Mako Regulations for 2019

NOAA Fisheries has just announced their Final Rule on Amendment 11 to the 2006 Consolidated Highly Migratory Species (HMS) Fishery Management Plan that will become effective on March 3, 2019.After consideration, the new minimum size for MALE short fin mako sharks will be 71″ FL (Fork Length) which is up from the previous 54″ minimum,… Read more »

One Heck of A Valentine

Happy Valentine’s Day!!I just returned from setting up our booth at the Ocean City Boat Show and having dinner with the family and was greeted to a great fishing report from Captain Monty Hawkins of the Morning Star.  We’ll be set up in booth 443 in the upstairs ballroom this weekend and we’ll have Hooked… Read more »