Tautog now join the other species we are allowed to target, Tautog 15 inches: 4 fish Jan. 1 – Feb. 28, 4 fish Apr. 1 – Apr. 30, 1 fish Jul. 17 – Nov. 15, 6 fish Nov. 16 – Dec. 31. They will be found close to structure such as jetties, piers, docks, pilings and of course wrecks and artificial reefs. Just drop down a small green crab or piece of clam next to the structure and be ready for a quite bite.
Fluke are starting to move toward the inlets as they make their way offshore. Fish near the inlets in deeper water with larger baits like the Gulp! 5” Swim Mullet with a heavier bucktail in the 2-3oz range. This will get you down into the depths were the bigger fluke hide. Get out and Fish!
The Kingfish and Spot have finally started biting off the beach. A small piece of Bloodworm or Fishbites Bag O’ Worms will do the trick on a Kingfish or Sabiki Rig. Also showing up in the surf, in good numbers are Summer Flounder as they have been moving out from the bay. Try for them using a Spro Bucktail with with a strip of Squid, Mackerel or better yet a Berkley Gulp! 4” Swim Mullet. Don’t cast to far, you will find them between the waves and the beach in shallow water.
I hope everybody had an July 4th weekend in Ocean City. During the kayaking season many folks are looking to find fast and easy way rent a kayak for their adventure.
Rent Kayaks in Ocean City Online
During this past weekend at Fin-Atics, we put up an online kayak rental form that make it snap to rent a kayak online. Now, whether you are seeking to rent a Hobie Mirage Drive Kayak, a Fishing Kayak, Single Kayak, Stand Up Paddle Board, you name, you can do it all online at a time convenient to you.
You can check out the different Online Ocean City Kayak Rental forms here.
Hope you have a great time in Ocean City.