Ocean City Inlet water temp. 73 degrees, Delaware buoy 70 degrees.
The water is warming up and the flounder are finally starting to show up in the back bays. There was a decent flounder bite from the airport back to Castaway's campground on Gulp and minnow combinations. The ocean wrecks and reefs are producing decent catches of flounder and sea bass. The bluefish action has been very good for anglers casting lures from the Route 50 bridge. Also, there are lots of shad and small stripers around the bridge. We did hear about a few keeper size stripers caught under the lights on swim shads. Oyster Bay Tackle's Travis Baker snagged a 18" Tog on a Gotcha plug while fishing for blues from the bridge. Travis and Justin have been catching some big sharks from the Ocean City beach at night. Surfcasters are catching kingfish, bluefish and lots of skates and sharks.
Oyster Bay Tackle summer hours are: Friday and Saturday 6am-10pm. Sunday-Thursday 6am-9pm. Call 410-524-3433.
Stop by Oyster Bay Tackle and check out our Huge Markdown Sale on all St.Croix rods in stock.
Oyster Bay Tackle has in stock a great selection of long and short sleeve 2016 White Marlin Open shirts.
Oyster Bay Tackle sells Maryland Fishing Licenses.
We have added a link on our website directly to the Maryland and Delaware Fishing License sites to make it easy to purchase a license at home. Go to Fishing License page.
Our online mall is open and we have Trailhead Tire Deflators! We now have the new Tirebuddy 3 and Trailhead tire deflaters.
Capt. Jeff from Helbent Charters reports
"We finally may be getting a break in the weather that we have been waiting for all season. This past week we had good weather on the weekends but windy and stormy mid-week. Tuesday we fished the incoming tide and were ended up with 4 Flounder including a nice fat 18" 2.5 lbs. On the way back up the bay just south of the Rt. 90 bridge we came across a pod of about 50 Dolphins playing all around us. In my 17 years on the bay I have never seen so many Dolphins in one spot! We watched for over half an hour and with two seven year twins on board it was a perfect way to end the day. Saturday was a perfect day for the air show and the wind laid down as predicted. We managed to pick up 8 Flounder at various locations from the airport, commercial harbor and yes in the middle of all the anchored boats watching the air show up around Harbor Island. The catch was about a 50/50 split between white Gulp and live minnows. On Sunday I decided to fish the morning tail end of the incoming hoping to find cleaner water than Saturday. We tried to fish up near the camp grounds but there just not much current and we just could not get a good drift going. We moved back out to the Commercial Harbor but we still could not find much current so we didn't get a bite anywhere we tried. We did move back up by the airport when we finally got some current moving but still no fish! Once the air show got started we fished all behind Harbor Island and unlike yesterday we just could not find a bite no matter how hard we tried. The water conditions on the out going tide was very dirty and I am sure the very heavy boat traffic did not help. I will be fishing everyday this week but Monday so I hope the water cleans up and with less boat traffic the fishing turns back on this week. Give me a call and book a trip at 717-574-4010 or email me at [email protected] Don't forget to check my website and Facebook page at Helbentcharters See you on the water."
Coastal Fisherman Coastal Fisherman Fishing report by Larry Jock
Sunday, June 19, 2016
"Beautiful day in Ocean City. Winds have definitely calmed down and boats headed offshore.
7:14 AM - Capt. John Oughton on the charter boat, "That's Right" reported in that they are fishing between the Tea Cup and the Baltimore Canyon. A few yellowfins have been caught.
8:22 AM - Capt. John Oughton on the charter boat, "That's Right" reported that a few yellowfins have been caught. Mixed bag with keepers and shorts. Fishing in 70 to 100 fathoms.
10:42 PM - Capt. John Oughton on the charter boat, "That's Right" reported a slow bite for most. He also said that it sounds like the bite is slow for those who went to the Washington and Norfolk Canyons. Pretty day on the ocean.
10:57 AM - Capt. Jason Mumford on the charter boat, "Lucky Break" reported that the bite just seemed to turn on in the bay behind Assateague (northern end). They just put 2 keepers in the box.
11:10 AM - Shirl Herbert just stopped by the office to have her picture taken with the 22-inch, 4 lb. 4 oz. flounder she caught yesterday while drifting a Gulp! and minnow combination behind the OC Airport at the end of the outgoing tide.
12:04 PM - Capt. John Oughton on the charter boat, "That's Right" reported that they just released a white marlin and have let go a couple more throwback yellowfins. Fishing in 100 fathoms just south of the Baltimore Canyon.
12:47 PM - Chuck Wenzel caught a 22-inch, 3 lb. 11 oz. flounder on a white Gulp! Swimming Mullet while drifting in the bay behind Castaway's Campground.
1:51 PM - Capt. John Oughton on the charter boat, "That's Right" reported that the yellowfin tuna bite today was slow overall. Some fish were caught below the Washington Canyon and there were a few bites in the Baltimore and Wilmington Canyons.
1:56 PM - Capt. Jason Mumford on the charter boat, "Lucky Break" said that he had a pair of 18-inch keeper flounder in the bay behind Assateague, north of the OC Airport. Both were caught on Gulp! during the outgoing tide.
2:03 PM - Capt. Kane Bounds on the charter boat, "Fish Bound" took his customers this morning to the edge of Fenwick Shoal where they caught their limit of 16 flounder, weighing up to 3 1/2 lbs. All were caught on minnows and squid.
Tom Adkins on the headboat, "Angler" caught a 2 3/4 lb. black sea bass while dropping a bucktail on a natural reef
2:45 PM - Capt. Nick Clemente on the charter boat, "Get Sum" said that crabbing this morning was very good in the bay. On their sister boat, "Ivy Sea", anglers have a 20-inch flounder in the box while fishing in the bay behind Castaway's Campground.
2:54 Pm - Andrew and Keith Jobes stopped by the office to have their pictures taken with a pair of flounder they caught on white Gulp! and squid in the Middle Channel, north of the Rt. 50 Bridge. The fish measured 19 and 20-inches with the heaviest weighing 2 lbs. 14 oz.
3:12 PM - The crew on the "Fish Bones" caught their limit of flounder (20) YESTERDAY while jigging with cut bait, shiners and squid near "B" Buoy. Their largest flattie measured 23-inches and weighed 4 lbs. 3 oz.
Anglers on the charter boat, "Rhonda's Osprey" returned from the Baltimore Canyon with 8 yellowfins and a mahi. All were caught on skirted ballyhoo and spreader bars.
Saturday, June 18, 2016
1:56 PM - Anglers on the charter boat, "Lucky Break" returned with 5 flounder, up to 20-inches, along with some clams and 3/4 of a bushel of crabs. The flounder were caught on Gulp! and minnows around the beginning of the outgoing tide in the bay behind Assateague Island.
Capt. Chris Mizurak on the headboat, "Angler" reported rough sea conditions but they did catch sea bass up to 3 lbs. at a natural reef.
Friday, June 17, 2016
12:43 PM - I just received a picture of a 65 lb. bluefin tuna that as caught at the Hambone on Wednesday by the crew on "Grace On".
Thursday, June 16, 2016
9:59 AM - There are quite a few offshore boats in the canyons today. Trying to get their last shot in this morning befor things start to blow up.
Ron Smith swung by the office today to have his picture with the 44-inch striper he caught last night at 11:00 while fishing from the 2nd Street Bulkhead.
4:48 PM - Anglers on the "Primary Search" returned from an overnight trip to the Norfolk Canyon with 6 yellowfins, 1 mahi and a 147 lb. mako. All from 250 fathoms.
Charter boat, "Rhonda's Osprey" had 5 yellowfins and a pair of bigeye tuna from the Washington Canyon. The bigeyes weighed 127 and 157 lbs.
Anglers on the "Michael D" took an overnight trip to the Norfolk Canyon and hooked a 231 lb. mako shark on a whole bluefish.
Anglers fishing on the headboat, "Judy V" got a morning trip in and anglers caught flounder up to 17-inches at Site 10.
9:03 PM - Charter boat, "That's Right" had a 35 lb. wahoo, a yellowfin and a mahi from 100 fathoms below the Washington.
Anglers on the charter boat, "Lucky Break" had 4 keeper flounder this afternoon in addition to a pair of stripers, 25 throwback flounder and a load of throwback tautog. Their largest flounder measured 19-inches. Fish were caught by the South Jetty and in the bay behind Assateague Island, from the Airport north to the big houses on the West side of the bay.
Charter boat, "Marli" had 12 yellowfins, a white marlin release and 30+ yellowfin releases from 500 fathoms below the Washington Canyon.
Wednesday, June 15, 2016
7:51 AM - Capt. John Oughton on the charter boat, "That's Right" reported that they are fishing between the Washington and Norfolk Canyons. Most boats are hooking into a lot of small fish. No keepers yet.
8:15 AM - Received an early morning report from James Coats. He and his buddies fished from sunrise to 8:00 AM. They first tried the South Jetty for striped bass but didn't do well. They switched over to flounder fishing in the East Channel at the end of the incoming tide and did well with numerous hook-ups and one 19-inch keeper. At dead high tide, they started throwing bucktails around the Rt. 50 Bridge and had fish on every cast including a 41-incher that came loose during the fight.
9:18 AM - Capt. John Oughton on the charter boat, "That's Right" reported that his anglers are getting plenty of action with small yellowfins. Nice day in the Norfolk.
10:48 AM - Capt. John Oughton on the charter boat, "That's Right" reported that the bite is still slow in the Norfolk Canyon. Lots of boats down there.
1:53 PM - Capt. Chris Mizurak on the headboat, "Angler" reported that they had good fishing for sea bass and flounder. They had one angler catch his limit of flounder, with fish weighing up to 3 lbs. 8 oz.
1:58 PM - Capt. John Oughton on the charter boat, "That's Right" reported that it was a long day. A few boats did well and some struggled down between the Washington and Norfolk. There were a lot of boats and a lot of throwback yellowfins.
6:10 PM - Anglers on the "Reel Freedom" boated a 104 lb. bigeye and 2 yellowfins while trolling in 600 fathoms in the Washington Canyon. All on ballyhoo.
Capt. Jason Mumford on the charter boat, "Lucky Break" called in to report that the afternoon flounder bite was much better than this morning. Capt. Jason said that the incoming tide brought cleaner water and once the sun popped out, the fish started chewing. Right now, they have 3 keepers in the box.
Anglers on the charter boat, "Marli" had a great day, ending up with 12 really nice yellowfins from 55 fathoms in the Norfolk Canyon. Capt. Mark said they got covered up with smaller yellowfins right out of the gate, with 1 keeper out of 25 hooked. He made the smart decision to move on and found the larger fish (35-45 lbs)
Anglers on the "Fighting Lady" fished in 50-200 fathoms between the Washington and Norfolk Canyons where they went 9 for 11 on yellowfins, with keepers weighing between 40 adn 50 lbs.
Bill Kunst caught a 7 lb. 10 oz. flounder while fishing with cut bait and squid at "A" Buoy.
Anglers on the "Always Something" returned from an overnight trip with 3 bigeyes, up to 103 lbs., 12 yellowfins and 3 mahi. They said that the bigeyes were caught on the southern end of the Norfolk Canyon and the yellowfins came from between the Washington Canyon and the northeast corner of the Norfolk. They also released 25 other yellowfins, a mako and a hammerhead.
Tuesday, June 14, 2016
8:27 AM - Capt. John Oughton on the charter boat, "That's Right" reported that everyone is picking at yellowfins in 50-70 fathoms below the Crotch. A lot of skippes and throwback yellowfins. They did release a white marlin and have a few yellowfins in the box. All meat bites. Water temp 65 to 71.
9:43 AM - Capt. John Oughton on the charter boat, "That's Right" reported that they have a steady pick of yellowfins. Most boats have between 5 and 10 in the box.
10:31 AM - Capt. John Oughton on the charter boat, "That's Right" reported that action has slowed down. Starting to search.
11:47 AM - Dave Neumayer reported that there was a good flounder bite on the ocean side of the South Jetty this morning from 7:00 to 8:30 AM. They caught a 17-incher and had 12 throwbacks. All on Gulp! and minnow combinations. Dave said the water was very clean.
12:21 PM - The charter boat, "Lucky Break" returned from their morning trip with 8 flounder up to 21-inches caught on shad darts tipped with Gulp! Swimming Mullets or live minnows. Fish were caught in the bay behind Assateague from a little south of the opening to the bay down to behind Frontier Town.
1:28 PM - Capt. John Oughton on the charter boat, "That's Right" reported that everyone had a good day today. Lots of yellowfin action in the morning. Washington Canyon is looking good!
4:39 PM - Anglers on the charter boat, "Lucky Break" had a great day of flounder fishing today. The morning group had 8 keeper flounder and the afternoon group had another 5 keepers, up to 19-inches. They also had 10 throwbacks. All of the fish were caught on Gulp! and minnows. Capt. Jason Mumford said that the best bite was at the beginning of the incoming tide, from the OC Airport up to the large homes on the west side. The other good news is that Capt. Jason reported that they are covered in sea lice, meaning they just rolled in from the ocean. Game on!
6:27 PM - Charter boat, "That's Right" ended up with 7 yellowfins and a white marlin release from 200 fathoms below the Washington Canyon.
Charter boat, "Marli" ended up with 17 yellowfins, 2 mahi and a white marlin release from 150 fathoms south of the Washington Canyon."
Many anglers ask about reading the beach when surf fishing. "Poppy" a very good angler has posted another very good description with pictures on Stripers Online. Check it out: Reading the Beach He draws it out completely! If you're not catching fish in the surf, you need to study this!
Oceanic Fishing Pier Report by J.J.
June 13, 2016
"Lots of blues, small stripers and shad under the lights at night. We are catching a few flounder, some small sea bass and tautog during the daytime hours." Oceanic Pier (410-289-2602)
Morning Star Fish Report by Capt. Monty
June 12, 2016
Sea Bass Bite Still OK(ish) A Sign Of Flounder National Reef Conference
Sailing Daily For June Sea Bass Weather Permitting - Saturday's 6:30 to 3:30 - $125.00 – Otherwise 7 to 3 at $110.00.. Saving Sundays In July For Research - For Now..
Opening July! Now taking flounder/sea bass reservations for July. Honestly - If you book July there's no way to know whether fluke or sea bass will bite better on any day. I absolutely couldn't guess; but I do know my crew and I will be trying our best to make everyday a success.
Reservations Required at 410 520 2076 - LEAVE YOUR BEST POSSIBLE CONTACT NUMBER - Weather Cancelations Are Common - I Make Every Attempt To Let Clients Sleep In If The Weather's Not Going Our Way..
Be a half hour early! We always leave early! ..except when someone shows up right on time. Clients arriving late will see the west end of an east bound boat. With a limited number of reserved spots, I do not refund because you over-slept or had a flat..
Dramamine Is Cheap Insurance! (Meclizine's Better!) Crystalized Ginger Works Great Too. It's Simple To Prevent Motion Sickness, Difficult To Cure. If You Suffer Mal-de-Mer In A Car You Should Experiment On Shorter Half-Day Trips First! (Wockenfuss Candies sells crystalized ginger locally - We usually have some aboard - Better is Nuts.Com.. Chewable Meclizine is a good pharmaceutical, there's also a "less drowsy" meclizine pill that a lot of clients like; Scopolamine Patches are the gold standard.)
Honestly - If you get to go on the ocean once month, once a year, or even less; why risk chumming all day? Similarly, if you howl at the moon all night, chances are good you'll howl into a bucket all day.
Bring A Cooler With Ice For Your Fish – A 48 Quart Is Fine For A Few People. No Galley! BYO Sandwiches and Soft Drinks. A few beers in cans is fine. (bottles break at bad times)
If You Won't Measure and Count Your Fish, The State Will Provide A Man With A Gun To Do It For You. We Measure and Count — ALWAYS — No Exceptions!
13,086 Reef Blocks Deployed at numerous sites: Doug Ake's Reef 2,491 - St. Ann's 1,483 - Al Giles Barge 797 - Eagle Scout Reef 804 - Sue's Block Drop 72 - Nichols' Concrete 578 - Capt. Bob's Block Drop 48 - Benelli Reef 48
Support the Ocean City Reef Foundation! http://www.ocreefs.org (lots of reef pics here..) We're Nowhere Near Reef Building's True Potential. Thank You!
Greetings All, "Catching sea bass, if tapered somewhat from early on, continues. High man is usually in double digits. Low man usually missed my warning about mal-de-mer medications. Had a big party on Saturday who missed the part about "if you howl at the moon, you'll howl into a bucket".. Nine guys down for the count.. History's primary admonishment is that we fail to learn from history. Promise one thing, a wicked hangover & rough seas make for a brutal lesson.
Sea bass aside, we're starting to see an occasional flounder. Even had some guy get lucky and knock out a limit in a short while. That was just once. Most days, however, we ARE NOT seeing any flounder. Given the forecast for the coming weekend, it may be some while before things settle our favor for flatfish pursuits.
I'm see an amazing turn of spawning age; of small sea bass switching to male at even 7.5 inches. They almost all start as female - only some switch to male to meet the needs of each reef's spawning population. I have not seen a 7.5 inch male in forever. We used to see hundreds every day.. While some curse commercial effort, recreational overfishing, and even climate change for our poor sea bassing these many years, I have been trying to convince managers of a delay in sea bass spawning related to size limit for almost 9 years now."
Partyboat Morning Star Report by Capt. Monty Hawkins
[email protected] / http://morningstarfishing.com
Capt Chris Mizurak Capt. of the Angler Party Boat also runs the Reef Chief. For more information on chartering the Reef Chief you may contact me at 410-458-8343. For info on the Reef Chief go to: https://www.facebook.com/ocreefchief Capt Chris Mizurak Angler OCMD 410-458-8343
Anglers need a DE Fishing License to fish, crab, and clam in DEL: Individual Delaware Fishing Licenses are now available online You can also renew your boat registration here!
Check out the link on our web site to the local chapter of the MSSA. They are keeping us abreast on all the Fishing Issues.
Check the weather before driving hours to go offshore or fish the surf. Go to Coastal Marine Forecast to get an idea of the weather and height of the waves.
Indian River Inlet Fishing Report by Old Inlet Bait & Tackle
May 10th, 2016 Notice - Tautog season closes in Delaware waters on Tuesday May 11 at midnight and reopens July 17. Cast for a Cure Team Surf Fishing Tournament Results
The 2nd Ever Cast for a Cure Tournament was held on Saturday, June 11 (last years event was cancelled due to a coastal storm. 14 teams participated.
First Place was taken by Team Lewes Harbor Marina #1 with 84 points. Second place went to Team Three Guys and Gal Fishing (Selbyville Elks). Third place was a three way tie - Team Red Dog, Team Retired/Working and Learning, and Team Lil Angler. Each team member received a trophy.
The largest bluefish - 34 inches - of the tournament was caught by Suzanne Martin on Team Lewes Harbor Marina #1. It was worth $220 in the Calcutta.
No keeper striped bass were recorded. There were several keeper sea trout and croakers caught as well as kingfish.
Proceeds of the tournament will be donated to the Tunnel Cancer Center Special Needs Fund this week. We estimate the donation will be more than $3,000 for this year. $1,000 was donated to the American Cancer Society last fall after the tournament was cancelled due to a coastal storm.
Fishing report by Bill's Sports Center (302-645-7654) Check out his : report.
June 14, 2016
"Kingfish are being caught on the surf using bloodworms. Pieces of mullet are the ticket for ling cod. In our surf, from Cape Henlopen to 3Rs we have reports of blowfish, kingfish, skates, shark and blue fish. At the Broadkill we have weakfish and bluefish Site11 is producing sea bass, thresher, sharks and flounder. Site 10, flounder. IRI flounder ,striper and blue fish.
K. Floyd fished the Washington and they came away with 5 nice yellowfin and 6 dolphin. Talking with a customer today who, along with his friend, has been catching keeper flounder at Canary Creek using bucktails and Gulp. Matt Knowles, Shamokin, PA, nailed a 12.6# blue using a bucktail at Roosevelt Inlet. A customer reported catching 30 kingfish north of the inlet on bloodworms and Fishbites. Josh Benedict, age 14, caught a 10.55# blue at Roosevelt Inlet. Small blues off the beach at 3 R's Rd. Keeper stripers at 35” were taken at IRI at the beginning of the incoming tide on sand fleas with many throwbacks. The flounder bite is really picking up on the offshore sites now. The cleaning table was covered with flounder today. Dillion Mitchell, Joe McNeal, Ian Wolk, Steve Kiibler, Tyrone Waters, C.A. McLeod, Vincent Lindsey and Jim Doyle fished on the Katydid with Capt Brent Wiest and mate Chris Vann at B buoy and caught tons of flounder. Crabs are fat and plentiful at Gull Point and the Power Plant. Bob Foster at Oyster Bay Tackle reports: Ocean City Inlet water temp. 64 degrees, Delaware buoy 66 degrees. June 13, 2016 Flounder are starting to make a showing around the offshore artificial reefs and wrecks. Also, sea bass fishing continues to be steady around the ocean structures. Flounder catches in the back bays continues to be slow. Surfcasters are catching lots of skates and to show up in the surf and are taking bloodworms and Fishbites. We have reports of some keeper size tautog coming from the bulkhead between 2nd St. and 4th St. Short stripers are active early in the morning and late afternoon around the North jetty. The stripers are hitting rattletraps, Gotcha plugs and bucktails. The Wreckaholic caught 4 yellowfin to 40# on skirted bally trolling between the Washington and the Norfolk according to Capt. Rodney Jones."
"Pretty cool web site... Lots of pics, reports and descriptions and directions to get to some of those fishing places in DEL everyone talks about but you might wonder where they are! The site is DSF Delware Surf Fishing.
"If you want a good captain to take you on a trip to the Virginia Barrier Islands for sightseeing or fishing, give Wilson a call." Wilson Cropp Charters and Guide Service. Cape Charles, VA- 1-434-531-6376.
Check out the archive of Sue's Drifting Easy articles at: Drifting Easy Archives and READ UP! It's all in there and it's FREE!!
Anglers fishing in Ocean City will need to purchase a saltwater fishing license. This license will cover both the Chesapeake Bay and the coastal waters and surf of Ocean City and Assateague Island. Yes, this includes surf fishing. If you already have a Chesapeake Bay Saltwater license you are good to go! Anglers will be able to purchase the license online or come to Oyster Bay Tackle to purchase one. Please bring cash to buy your fishing license in our store. If you go online, Logon if you have ever had a MD fishing or hunting license in the past or Enroll if you never had. Fill in all the information and click on "Purchase License" The license you want to choose is "Bay and Coastal Sport" You can either choose a year-round or 7-day. If you know you are coming to Ocean City,and you want to get it done ahead of time you can also call a toll free number (1-855-855-3906) or print and mail in an application.
Boat Licenses: $50 and everyone on your boat can go fishing without a license. You will get a personal license along with your boat license, so you can go shore fishing as well. Mail the application to their main office: Maryland Dept. of Natural resources Annapolis Service Center P.O. Box 1869 1804 West Street, Suite 300 Annapolis, MD 21401
If you are going to be fishing on a private boat with someone who has a Boat License, you don't have to buy a license, but you do have to register online. This is free and is done on the same site that you would buy a license. Logon if you have ever had a MD fishing or hunting license or Enroll if you never had. Fill in all the information and click on "Obtain Registration" to print your free registration. Print out your number and keep an id with you when you go fishing. You can also call 1-855-855-3906 during daytime hours. Be sure to write down the number they give you. That will be your temporary license. (You also need to get a free registration if you fish one of the free fishing areas in Ocean City.)
Another interesting note about the license is that if you buy a VA license, it is good in MD, and vice versa. If you are fishing in MD with a VA licence you do need to register with MD online. Again, this is free. This is so each state can "try" to figure out "how many" fish are being caught in their own individual states. (VA Free Registry)
If you want to go fishing in Ocean City without a license, your choices will be the "Oceanic Pier," the "Ocean Pier" or to go fishing on a party or charter boat. You can now go fishing in one of the "free zones." 2nd through 4th Street Bulkhead or Northside Park. (You need the free MD registry to fish in these two areas.) Go to: here to register online. This is free and can also be done over the phone during daytime hours of 7-7 at 1-855-855-3906. Also, you can stop by Oyster Bay Tackle and we will be happy to assist you in getting registered or purchasing a license.
Senior citizens 65 and older. Cost is $5 if you have a MD driver's license and are a resident of MD, but if you are a non-resident there is no break. No break for boat licenses either. $50 resident or non-resident.
Contact Info If you have any questions regarding Maryland's sport fishing license requirements, you may contact Fisheries Service via e mail: [email protected] or by calling (410-656-9526).
Following is the fee schedule for 2016
- Senior License (year round) - $5.00
- Resident License (year round) - $15.00
- Resident License (7-day) - $6.00
- Non-resident (year round) - $22.50
- Non-resident (7-day) - Boat License $50.00
For more information, log onto www.dnr.state.md.us
If you have any fish reports please e-mail Bob Foster at: Oyster Bay Tackle. E-mail me your name and where you are from so we can put you in our weekly fish reports!
Good Fishing from the crew at Oyster Bay Tackle...