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Fishing Report: October 23, 2014

Are you fishing? If not you should be, because fishing is always more fun than working! The report not changing much from the weekend; the weather however is much cooler and the wind picked up. What does this mean for fishing…? Nothing bad, that’s for sure. The temperature drop may push the rest of the Flounder out, but we will wait and see. The Red Drum are still biting and being caught off the surf. Big Reds are dominating but there are some in the slots. Anglers are using cut bait and drum rigs and having the most luck early in the morning and in the afternoon before sunset. Plenty of bluefish and kingfish in the surf if anglers are locating good slough, targeted with bloodworms and cutbait. Also, great reports of Rockfish in the area. They are having good numbers over in the bay and on our side in the creeks and channels. Rockfish really bite well at night, but are caught in the day on rising and falling tides. Best baits are crab and swim baits. Stop by the store and let us set you up with the most popular rigs.

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Thanks Everyone for the Support and we wish you all Tight Lines!


Buddy Cherrix with a citation Red Drum 48.5 inches off the Assateague Surf.


Jess Whitemore with another nice red drum he caught after his run of 28 Skates.


Tim Berlett with a nice 30 inch red drum off the Assateague Surf.


Check out this nice Bluefish Rig… awesome!



Greg taking a break from saltwater fishing and showing off his fresh water fishing skills. Bass and Crappie make for some fishing.