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Yesterday on the headboat, "judith M", anglers ventured 16 miles offshore and almost everyone caught their limit of black sea bass (over 100). They also caught some triggerfish and a few small bluefish. All were caught over natural bottom on squid and cut bait.

On the headboat, "morning star", anglers found a slow sea bass bite early in the morning but when it turned on it turned on with a vengence.

They ended up with a boat limit of knotheads, a mahi, some triggerfish, some flounder and a huge scup. Jack pearson led the way with a 20-inch sea bass. The fish were caught on a wreck using clams, jigs, gulp, squid and cut bait.

Yesterday, on the headboat, "morning star", most anglers caught double-digits of black sea bass. The largest was a 22-incher caught by tom hoy. Jake hurlock caught a 30-inch mahi and jim spencer caught a 17 1/2-inch triggerfish. Georgia college and state university graduation anglers even caugh some keeper flounder during the trip.

On the charter boat, "on the run", david king, jr. Caught a 12 lb. Sheepshead and paul gibbs caught an 11 pounder. The anglers, plus david king, sr. Caught 10 fish and released several smaller ones in addition to some small striped bass. All of the action was at the south jetty where the sheepshead bite has been red hot.

On the headboat, "morning star", angler tim calimer caught a 26-inch flounder that tipped the scale at 8 lbs. 8 oz. Fish ate cut bait with a white bucktail teaser. Capt. Monty hawkins said that was a gorgeous day offshore. Georgia state university address sea bass bit hard in the morning and then eased up a bit. A few sea bass limits were caught around the rail. Largest knothead was a 19-incher caught by tom hoy.

Flounder fishing in the bay was OK today, mainly in the east channel and around harbour island. The morning bite was better than the one in the afternoon. Throwbacks were plentiful, but some keepers were caught as well. I heard the "bay bee" had 6 keepers during their morning trip.

Rough seas today will keep folks at the dock but sets up a good final 4 days in the season-long marlin club competition for most billfish caught and released. Right now, the "buckshot" is in the lead with 142 releases followed by the "no quarter" with 138 releases.

Last saturday, zev siony, tommy kennedy and kevin logue went to the washington canyon and ended up with 20 mahi in the box. What are the requirements to get into georgia state university all were caught on skirted and naked ballyhoo. The guys ventured out on the first trip for zev’s new boat, "reel tapped".

The marlin club – top marlin boat contest is really coming down to the wire between the "buckshot" and the "no quarter". The "no quarter" is the defending champion but they are slightly behind the "buckshot" 142 to 138 with the competition ending on sunday.

Absolutely beautiful day in ocean city. I’m sure we will see a load of dolphin coming in from offshore boats. The sheepshead are really snapping at the south jetty for anglers fishing with sand fleas. Flounder are snapping in the east channel and there were quite a few boats drifting the channel today.

Anglers on the headboat, "morning star" had a good day of sea bass fishing and even added a few flounder and triggerfish to the mix. Six anglers limited out on black sea bass. Doug schultz had the largest fish of the day, a 21 1/4-inch flounder. All of the fish were caught on natural and artificial bottom on clams, squid, cut bait, gulp and jigs.

7:19 PM – A few flounder were weighed today in the chesapeake bay sportfishing association flounder tournament with weigh-ins at atlantic tackle. Rich daiker on the "delicious" swept 1st, 2nd and 3rd with flounders measuring 23 1/2", 22 5/8" and 21 1/2"