Monday was not quite as bad as advertised, but few if any boats fished the ocean or bay.
Taylor Deemer released the first white marlin of the year on Sunday. He was fishing in the Baltimore Canyon with Tyler Tribbitt and his dad Ken from their boat Rock On.
Another first was reported from the pier at Cape Henlopen State Park where Lighthouse View Tackle told us the first spot were caught. A few flounder were also landed.
Back to Sunday reports from Amanda at Lewes Harbour Marina. Frank Tucker and Otto Evans had four flounder to 18 inches, two 15-inch trout and a bluefish at Site 6. Amy Popovich fished the Canal with minnows for a 16.5-inch flounder. Josh Leppert used a bloodworm to fool a 17-inch flounder out of Roosevelt Inlet. Steve Castelli also fished Roosevelt Inlet and caught an 18.5-inch flounder on a minnow. The Joe Wagner family worked the Canal for a catch of flounder and trout. Chuck Hazel caught a 4.8-pound flounder from the Broadkill River on a shiner.
This is Eric Burnley with your WGMD fishing Report