Bay Fishing Only felt way more like fall today with a cool breeze and temperatures in the 60s.  The sun was shining and there wasn’t any precipitation, but the wind was blowing enough that the ocean was closed for business.  Thankfully a couple of our inshore partners were on the bay and inlet and there were some… Read more »

Tunas Were Right Where They Left Them out our preview of the Bishop Broadbill Bash at Sunset Marina with Presenting Sponsor Pure Lure!The wind finally laid down enough for some of the ocean fleet to get back out and do some fishing and thankfully the tunas and sea bass were right where they left them.  The wind looks a little marginal… Read more »

OCES 3rd Graders Study Fossils

OCES 3rd Graders Study Fossils

Students in Jen Spicer’s third grade class at Ocean City Elementary are studying how fossilized Megalodon teeth can provide information about the prehistoric species and its environment. Pictured are Thiago Tirado-Cano, Cash Foster and Emilia Hovannisyan.

2021 Ocean City Inshore Classic Results had a very questionable weather forecast, but we still managed 31 boats for the 5th Annual Ocean City Inshore Classic presented by TC Backer Construction and everyone had a good time.  Anglers had to deal with wind all weekend and rain on and off, but there were still a bunch of fish caught and… Read more »

Tuna Fishing Continues To Be Insane had another terrific October weather day today with no precipitation and sunny skies.  The weatherman jacked up the ocean wind forecast which made it a little more difficult for the ocean fleet, but it was still fishable and the tuna were still chewing the bottom off of the boat.The crew of the RoShamBo with… Read more »