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  1. Hey, Fishing this week was pretty good on seabass. With most people catching plenty to take home for dinner. Water temps have risen to around 65 degrees, and we even saw 70 degrees the last couple of days. We are still catching a few tautog, but the main focus is on seabass. We also had our first flounder of the year. We are sailing daily from 7:30am-2:00pm, reservations can be made at 410-289-7424. NEW this fall, we will be taking 12 hour wreck fishing trips. More information on fall trips to come.
  2. Water temps are started to rise, and the seabass fishing is improving as well. Here is a pic of a 6lb 2 ounce seabass caught aboard the Angler this weekend on squid at the Eastern Reef.
  3. The Angler on Talbot St will start sailing in late April for tog, seabass, and flounder. We did an 3 day offshore trip last year in fall...We may try and make it a regular thing taking customers in the fall this year...shoot me a pm if you would like some more info...
  4. Hey....Im just wondering if anyone knows where i can get some green crabs in around oc....i tried alltackle, harbor tackle...but they dont have any....thanks..
  5. looks nice bob...you know anyone that can do spray curtains for my cc??
  6. bob, would of loved to went...sorry i didnt get back with you...we got a last minute trip on the head boat, but man was is it nice out there for late october...
  7. A few of my buddies and I from Talbot St, decided to go out on a 3 day offshore trip on the Angler, since it appeared we were gonna have a stretch of good weather. We headed east to the Baltimore Canyon on Sunday afternoon, and got setup just before dark. We didnt have any action for most of the night, but then I was awaken around 3am by line peeling off the rod that i was sleeping next 2. I set the hook, fought it for about 10mins then the line went slack...thought i lost it...next thing i know a 150lb mako is leapin up and smacks the railing on the side of the boat right next to where my buddy matt was standing. Now this is a rail on a headboat so its probably a good 7-8 off the water. Then the shark races to the bow then jumps and slams the side of the bow rail..After about a 40 minute fight we finally get ready to hoist him in the boat when a 12ft blue sharks tries to take a chunk out of him... We did pick up one 50lb yellowfin before day break, then we trolled all day with no luck. The next night we got into some tunas at sunset. We ended up going 3 for 6 on 80+lb yellowfins, as well as a 100lb swordfish.... we had good weather, good fishing, and good company...cant wait to do it again top left-right Jason of Baltimore, Capt Darrell Nottingham of Angler, Nick of Baltimore, Matt Temple of Angler, David Nottingham bottom left-right Capt Steven Whitelock of the Happy Hooker, Capt Chris Mizurak of Angler, and Dean Lo of Angler.
  8. Sam, We caught some at 10miles, but then we ran about 20miles out and caught the majority of them....plenty of them out there, the bite has been awesome for about a month an a half
  9. Local boys from the talbot st pier, went out on a fun trip and caught their limit of flounder in 3 hours. The largest being just shy of 23 inches... left-right Steven Whitelock of the Happy Hooker, Dean Lo of the Angler, and Chris Mizurak of the Angler...
  10. Bob, Hopefully we will see a few more tunas on there...we are going on a 3 day trip next week, as long as the weather cooperates.
  11. Bob, We caught them bluefins in late june...One day we only had about 12 people and i knew where there was pretty good tuna bite, close to the beach... 10minutes we went 3 for 5 on bluefins up 2 60lbs. We could only keep two because of the limit, but fun stuff...beats seabassing....That bluefin bite lasted for about 3 days, and i havent seen them since....