09/02/20 & 09/03/20

09/02/20 & 09/03/20

Two days offshore runs mixing both trolling and working the gear for some mahi. The trolling bite was unproductive but the mahi fishing was okay, not red hot though. Wednesday we could only manage a fourteen for the crew of two while Thursday was a bit better with close to twenty by days end.
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08/31/20

After sitting at dock due to yesterdays big wind  we're back on the water again with a crew from Annapolis looking to fill the freezer. Ran straight to the gear and proceeded to slam the mahi on light tackle. With a big jag of mahi in the box we turn our attention to tilefish. The drift is just right and the bite is outstanding. We reach the magic number just before noon and head for home with...
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08/27/20 thru 08/29/20

08/27/20 thru 08/29/20

A few days of nasty offshore and strong afternoon west winds force the crew to decide to cancel or hang within 20 miles and target smaller fish. All decide to have some fun while giving up the hopes of monster fish. The smallish mahi are thick on the inside gear and while most are released some of the larger ones, still small compared to their offshore brothers, are taken for the table. Days are...
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08/26/20

With some stiff overnight winds we push today's leave time back sixty minutes to give the ocean time to clam down a bit but at the 20 mile mark my plan doesn't seem to be working. The group of three tell me to keep going so onward we go. Arrived at the chunking hill to find three other boats, all 50' plus. First two drifts produce one bite each but both fish pull off. Next drift is better going...
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08/24/20

08/24/20

Looking to repeat our success from yesterday we push off for a day of trolling with a family of four. Joey throws out the spread in the same area as yesterday and everything looks good. Nearly three hours later its clear the fish don't wanna play today. Knowing of some very small mahi on the 25 mile gear I make the offer to run back inside and I'm told..GO!  The rest of the day is a ball and...
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08/23/20

Today begins with a 56 mile run north toward some tilefish grounds looking to fill the box. The bite was outstanding and we reach our limit by 9:15 am. Joey sets out a trolling spread and I point the boat west. About forty-five minutes later a white marlin pops up behind out tuna chain. Joey pulls the chain away while he drops back a flat line circle hook rig and the marlin takes the bait. After...
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08/21/20

Ran nearly sixty mile this morning trying to find some mahi. Arrived at the lobster gear only to find most blank. We did find one set that was holding a couple. About two mile west we happen to bump into a blue poly barrel that was holding some nice mahi. Some caught on the troll and some on light tackle. Our next encounter is on some kind of floating debris. Most of these gaffers come on the...
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08/20/20

Out for a day of tilefish action with Howard and the guys. Morning bite was outstanding with a steady stream of blueline tiles and the surprise of a few small golden too. By 11:00 we reach our limit but before we leave I notice some lobster gear on my radar less than 3 miles away so we paddle over for a look. The first two balls are blank but #3 is hold some fish. We pull out the spinners and...
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08/18/20

Heading east for a day of deep drop fishing mixed with some trolling. At the 55 mile mark its clear the wind isn't going to allow for any bottom action so Joey set out the trolling spread. The morning is slow with only two bites, both junk fish. Sometime around 11:00 Joey notices some birds working an area so I swing over and immediately three rods go down. One fish pulls off but two stay tight...
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08/14/20

Today found us leaving the dock super early trying to beat the wind forecast to hit around 1:00 pm. At the 45 mile mark, in fairly sporty seas, Joey throws out a catch-all trolling spread. First two hours pass with no action but we see some lobster gear in the distance and hopes improve. First pass and one of our flat lines get jumped. Sure we have a mahi, I'm shocked when Joey pulls a jumbo blue...
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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.
8/9 Hr. Mid Range Trolling Trip $1325.
8 Hr. Nearshore Trolling Trip $1100.
8/9 Hr. Long Range Bottom $1050.
8 Hr. Bottom Trip $950.

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