No keeper rockfish were reported this week from the Indian River Inlet, however, anglers are catching small bluefish, and a few flounder. The bluefish have been hitting metal lures, and spoons. Massey’s Ditch has provided decent flounder fishing this week with anglers catching a few over 4 pounds. Boaters that have been able to make it out to the canyons in rough seas have had luck catching tuna.
DNREC confirmed a new state record. Tom Schanno landed a 46-pound 8-ounce golden tilefish that measured 47 inches with a girth of 29 inches. The record fish was caught at the Baltimore Canyon aboard a charter boat captained by Frank Perna. The fish ate a 5-oz. chartreuse and silver butterfly jig in 530 feet of water, and fought for 20 minutes before Schanno got it on the boat. The fish was weighed in at Hook’em & Cook’em.
I ventured down south to Ocean City, Maryland to do a little surf fishing post holiday. I was hoping to be on the beach when the large blues bite, however, my action was limited to a few small bluefish on bunker chunks. Strong winds made it difficult to cast spoons far enough out to reach the fish. Other than a few small blues, it was a relatively uneventful trip. The Old Grounds produced more keeper flounder this week. The Old Grounds has been a relatively hot spot to fish this year.
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