WGMD Fishing Report 10-10-18

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Wednesday came through as advertised.  Decent in the morning then a hard southeast blow in the afternoon.

Amanda at Lewes Harbour Marina said Joe Walker and his crew of Tony Vansant, John Peel, and Charles Stumph headed to the Hot Dog in the early morning and chunked up big bluefin tuna.  Tony had the largest weighing 97.8 pounds while the rest of the crew battled bluefins of 53 and 49 pounds.  The Katydid had a mixed bag of trout, sea bass, blowfish, tog and sheepshead for the Wednesday Group.

At Hook ‘em and Cook ‘em Diana said the morning head boat came back with flounder, sea bass and triggers.  The Indian Giver was just unloading a good catch of dolphin from their offshore trip.

At Old Inlet Bait and Tackle, Clark said the night shift working the jetties with eels have brought in keeper rockfish.  Small blues continue to invade the Inlet on incoming water and will take bucktails or metal.  Drifting sand fleas or green crab can result in sheepshead, triggers and small tog.

This is Eric Burnley with your WGMD fishing report


 

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WGMD News Anchor, web master, public affairs, production. I've worked in local radio since 1981 after graduating from college with a degree in Radio/TV. I spent 16 years spinning tunes at OC 104 in Ocean City and moved to the news room at Eagle 97.7 in Milford before joining the staff at WGMD in 1999.