July 02 2019

July 02 2019

Arrived at the bluefin grounds only to find much stiffer west winds than the forecast was calling for. Our first bite takes about an hour but with a little ways to go the hook pulls. About an hour later we get a second chance but the same outcome, the hook pulls AGAIN half way in. Praying the we get another shot we set the spread and the hunt for bite number three  starts. After nearly two hours...
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July 01 2019

July 01 2019

Today’s trip begins with some nasty seas and stiff north winds. Asked the folks if they like to turn around…nope, we’re good, lets go catch a big bluefin, was their response. First hour was without a bite but sometime around 8:00 we have a bluefin trying to eat our bar. Finally he explodes on it and after a great fight we have a 80 lb. “over” in the box. Worked the area for a while...
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June 30 2019

June 30 2019

Out with a father and son duo who wanted to try for a big bite before spending some time just bending a rod later in the day. Looked at a couple nearby bluefin hills but only managed to foul hook a cow nose ray in the wing. Put away the big tackle and set out the smaller spoons. The action on bluefish, atlantic bonito and king mackerel was outstanding.
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June 29 2019

June 29 2019

Spent today with a super fun crew of big time hunters from PA looking for a couple tuna bites. Morning was slow with only a white marlin and a mako encounter. Finally got a double of yellowfin around noon. Worked the area and got jumped by yet another marlin who really wanted our spreader bar. Ended the day with another single yellowfin bite. Back in the slip with three yellowfin in the box. Not...
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June 28 2019

June 28 2019

Another day of deep drop action with the guys from DE. Got a rude slap-in-the-face when we tried sending down 36 oz. only to find it wasn’t enough…not even close. Worked several spots all day with finicky fish while battling some of the craziest current I’ve ever seen to nick out 27 tiles when the bell rang just 3 shy of our limit.
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June 27 2019

Out for a day of tuna fishing but hearing about some very hungry bluefish instead. Our first 30 minutes of trolling finds us covered-up by 15 lb.+ chopper bluefish destroying our stuff. As the other boats pull out I ask the guys if they’d consider going after tilefish instead since these blues are going to make our day miserable and costly. The guys love the idea! Made the 25 mile run to find...
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June 26 2019

June 26 2019

Ran south with a father and son duo looking for some triggerfish. Bite was spotty but the triggers that were biting were jumbos. The guys also had a ball throwing spoons to some 2-3 lb. bluefish for the smoker. Back in the slip with a limit of bluefish and a boat imposed limit (7 per man) of triggerfish.
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June 25 2019

June 25 2019

Today finds us working the same hill as yesterday looking for a couple bluefin bites in some very sporty conditions.  Our first bite comes after about 15 minutes but isn’t pulling quite like a bluefin. Turns out the flase albacore, aka: turkey, have moved in. The rest of the morning all we could manage were turkey bite. Regardless of what we did or where we went, more turkey bites. Finally...
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June 24 2019

Made a run to our bluefin grounds today based on some info I got last evening from a fellow captain. Our first bite takes about an hour and we put a “under” in the box. The next fish comes shortly thereafter and we put another “under” in the box. Spent the next two hours looking around before a nice 45″ under explodes on a spreaderbar.  With the boat in neutral our wwb takes off and...
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June 23 2019

June 23 2019

Yesterday it seemed we cleared the inlet with every boat in the state of MD. Today I’m fairly certain it was every boat on the east coast. Ran 50 miles and set out our spread. Hours pass and nothing…..except lots of boats zigzagging everywhere. With a tilefish hole nearby we decide to drop. Couple drifts, a couple fish. Guys decide to leave the tiles and keep looking for something big. We...
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Trips

Spend a day with Capt. Dan and the crew and discover why Fin Chaser Sportfishing Charters is so popular! Ocean City, MD has some of the best fishing on the east coast! Fin Chaser Sportfishing Charters offers offshore trolling, chunking, deep drop fishing, nearshore wreck action, fly fishing, and more most within a two hour run from the inlet! Filling coolers for years.

Prices

12 Hr. Offshore Trip (13 Hr. Friday & Saturday) $1525. ($1625.)
12 Hr. Deep Drop Trip $1525.
13 Hr. Troll/Deep Drop Combo $1675.
10 Hr. Shark Trip $1325.
10 Hr. Mid Range Trolling Trip $1300.
8 Hr. Nearshore Trolling Trip $1050.
8/9 Hr. Long Range Bottom $1050.
8 Hr. Bottom Trip $950.

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