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 LenoxIt 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 dolphin fishing… Read more »

Back at the Tunas

By Scott LenoxNow 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 some… Read more »

Day 1 at The MidAtlantic

By Scott LenoxToday was day 1 of the 25th Annual MidAtlantic tournament based out of Cape May, NJ with a port at Sunset Marina in Ocean City, MD.  Only 7 of the 160 boats registered in this year’s event opted to fish today due to a strong northwest wind and rough sea conditions.  Five boats… Read more »

2016 Poor Girls Open Results*

By Scott LenoxThis is the first Daily Angle that I’ve posted with an asterisk in the title, but it’s necessary for this particular report.  The results are in for the 23rd Annul Captain Steve Harman’s Poor Girls Open, but there is currently a formal protest in the billfish release division.  Below are the standings with… Read more »