Happy Father’s Day!

We want to wish all the Dads out there a happy Father’s Day! This weekend is looking fantastic weather wise so hopefully you’re going to be able to get on the water at some point! Good news is that the bite has been just as hot as the forecast! If you haven’t liked, commented and shared the Father’s Day Facebook Giveaway, be sure to head on over to our facebook page and do that! We’ll be announcing the winner of the giveaway this Saturday between 1-2pm.



Over the past week we’ve seen the trolling bite continue to be just ok. Anglers are trolling a mix of spreads from Tandem Shads to Spoons to Hoses. The most productive colors we’ve seen are holographic chartreuse & darker colors due to the stained waters. Fish are being caught in a variety of places in all parts of the water column. Some of the hotter spots have been just outside of Rock Hall, just south of Bloody Point along the channel edge and transition points along the main shipping channel. Make sure you’re covering the different parts of the water column to increase your chances!


The Chumming/Chunking bite continues to stay hot this past week. Head out with a few chum bags, some fresh LY on a 7/0 circle hook and fish it on the bottom! Ideal spots are going to be areas with muddy bottom in 27′-35′ of water. Some of the better spots have been Love Point, Baltimore Light, Hacketts and Thomas Point. Anglers are catching their limits and having to throw some back in no time at all! If you aren’t sure what you need to be successful on the water, come in and we’ll be happy to point you in the right direction.

Brandi Brundick was pretty pumped to land this nice one! She caught it fishing LY on the bottom just north of the Bay Bridge. Way to go Brandi!

Steve Soly made it out with our very own Bryan Russell and landed this nice keeper fishing FRESH LY on the bottom near Baltimore Light! Way to go Steve!


Pro Staffer Bryan Russell landed this nice keeper fishing LY on the bottom near Baltimore Light this week. Nice work Bryan!


Michael Smeyda and friends are at it again! “Fished near Love Point and caught a 7 person limit with fish up to 30 inches on LY! From left to right Lisa Hiddemen, Bryson Smeyda, Bobbi Jo Grove, Mike Introcaso, Dave Hiddemen and Jeremy Grove. For four out of the seven of us it was there first time catching rockfish and we had solid action from start to finish!” Nice job everyone!

Jigging/Light Tackle Casting

The jig bite continues to stay hot again this week. Some of the better areas have been the mouth of the Eastern Bay, Bay Bridge pilings, Baltimore Harbor (topwater bite is hot) and around Thomas Point Lighthouse. The bite is best seems to be early in the morning on an outgoing tide. Colors that have been working this week have been more natural colors. Alewife, Opening Night or Shad colors on a 1/2oz. jig in less than 20′ of water has been working well. If you’re in more than 20′ of water look to use a 3/4 or 1oz jig. Ideal size trailer right now is 6″-7″ and can be paired with a skirt.

The topwater bite has definitely picked up this past week. Anglers are finding nice size keepers in 4′-10′ of water around grass flats, transition points and easy access to deeper water. Focus on the mouths of the rivers around the area. The bite is going to be best at first light and later in the evening just before/after sunset. Plugs, Spooks and Whopper Ploppers are a sure bet to entice bites in these areas!

White Perch

The bite continues to stay hot around many of the local rivers and deeper hard bottom areas like Hacketts Point and the Bay Bridge pilings. Anglers throwing spinnerbaits and top&bottom rigs with bloodworms or razor clams are landing quite a few White Perch! Look to target shallow structure like piers, bulkheads and grass flats. In deeper water, look for hard bottom or vertical pilings like the Bay Bridge. You can jig them up or just fish bait on the bottom.

Ocean City

Quite a few reports of Sheepshead, Black Drum, Rockfish and Shark being caught in Ocean City this past week. Lots of throwback Flounder with a few keepers mixed in as well. Fishing the breakers early in the morning has landed some Drum, Rockfish and Shark on big chunked baits. Later in the evening has been better for the Shark bite. Look to use Sandfleas for the Sheepshead and cut bait for the rest.

Andrew Truitt landed this nice 15lb Sheepshead off the Jetty in Ocean City this past week. Nice fish Andrew!

Offshore Charters are experiencing some amazing Tuna fishing right now. Many have been bringing home limits of Bluefin with Yellowfin Tuna mixed in. Be sure to check out a charter on your vacation this Summer! It’s sure to be an experience you won’t soon forget!

Captain Scott Stapelford aboard the “All In” has been on fire the past week, landing tons of Bluefin with Yellowfin mixed in!

Show us what you caught!

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