Wahoo Out the Wahoo

We’ve had some tough weather lately, and it looks like it might be really tough in a week or two.  We are definitely keeping our eyes on hurricane Matthew, which is currently south of the Caribbean.  Matthew is a very strong storm and could do “catastrophic” damage in the Caribbean.  Where he heads after that… Read more »

Tough Week

It’s been a tough week to be a fisherman in Ocean City.  Yesterday and today we’ve had 5″ of rain.  To put that in perspective, based on a typical ratio, if it were snow it could more than four feet.  Downtown Ocean City being flooded shouldn’t be a surprise, but when parts of West Ocean… Read more »

Fishing For A Cause

Fishing for MD “Muscular Dystrophy” (FFMD) – An innovative one of a kind program creating a financial contribution and awareness to children and adults affected with muscular diseases. Paul Robertson, a 48-year-old Maryland native who spent his childhood summers boating and fishing in Ocean City, MD was diagnosed fifteen (15) years ago with Limb Girdle… Read more »

Sheepshead are Tasty

By Scott LenoxIt poured in Ocean City this morning, and then it was overcast with intermittent rain all day.  The wind wasn’t bad, so if you didn’t mind dodging rain drops you could drop a line in and get after your favorite species.There have been a large amount of sheepshead being caught over the past… Read more »

A Tale of Two Sheepshead

By Scott LenoxIt was a beautiful day today in Ocean City and a great day to be out on the water.  The wind picked up a tad out of the east, but the ocean was pretty calm and some guys were able to get out to the canyons, the party boat fleet was on the inshore… Read more »

Tuna on the Hot Dog

By Scott LenoxThe weatherman nailed the forecast for the ocean today with N to NE winds about 5 – 15 knots and seas of 2 – 3’……SIKE! It was straight out of the northeast and every bit of 15-20 today, and seas got so bad that the Angler with Captain Chris Mizurak cut his day… Read more »

Yep, The Fish Are Still Around

By Scott LenoxI titled yesterday’s Daily Angle, “Will They Still Be Around” because we’ve had a couple of blow days and no one has been able to do any offshore fishing.  This time of year, the white marlin bite can end abruptly as the fish migrate to the south and we usually find out they’re… Read more »

Will They Still Be Around?

By Scott LenoxThe weather has put a real damper on fishing interests the past few days.  Inshore anglers have been able to wet a line, but they’ve had to do it in breezy conditions with intermittent rain showers.  The offshore fleet hasn’t been so lucky.  The last day that boats were able to get to… Read more »

Deadly Dinner

By Scott LenoxIt was another drab, dreary day on DelMarVa today, but the wind wasn’t too bad so a couple of boats were able to get out and do some fishing.  The Judith M with Captain John Bunting caught some sea bass, some bluefish and one fish that we don’t see very often out of Ocean… Read more »