White Marlin, Wahoo, and dolphin on the "EMMA LOUISE" in Ocean City, MD Sept 29 2012
On September 29th 2012 we ventured offshore in Ocean City, MD on the "EMMA LOUISE" to find one of the hottest wahoo bites of the year. We went 1 for 3 on whites, caught 2 wahoo, and bailed 6 dolphin from a weed line we found in the madness. We also lost a nice yellowfin at the boat.. Overall, it was one of the best days of the year !!
The Boyz On The Bonz Trailer
This is the trailer to the movie The Boyz On The Bonz who fished with Capt Mark Radcliff aboard The Fish Bonz O.C. Md.
June 16, 2010-
Epic day in the canyons on the Moore Bills. 28 Yellowfin, 24 to the dock, Full yellowfin cover ups with bonita in the mix! 10 min video with tons of Ocean City Offshore action. Ocean City, Maryland charter boat "Moore Bills" is a 2006, 60 foot B&B Boat Works Custon Carolina Sportfisher, powered with C15 Cats. She is FAST, 35 kts cruise, as well as DRY. Fitted with state of the art electronics and a yacht finish with all of the amenities needed for an unforgettable day on the water. Captain Rob Skillman has over 14 years of professional sport fishing experience and holds a U.S.C.G. license. The captain and crew members have won and placed in twelve of the larger east coast tournaments. The crew is very knowledgeable and extremely dedicated to the sport. It is their goal to see that each and every angler on the trip has an unforgettable experience aboard the Moore Bills. The cockpit is exceptionally large, with mezzanine seating. allowing up to 6 adults to fish comfortably. Because we are on the water everyday, computer and email access are limited. Call Captain Rob directly and he will make sure all of your booking needs and questions are taken care of. Call Captain Rob at (410) 251-4203
Pelagicide July 20, 2011
July 20, 2011 - Fishing on the "Pelagicide" with Brian Behe & DJ Kazmaier. DJ's first white marlin & yellowfin.
Moore Bills billfishing
Moore Bills Sport Fishing crew from Ocean City Maryland joins the "Billfish" in Mexico for some Billfish action.
Early Season Mahi
May 27,2011 Moore Bills was the first boat to land a Mahi. Fishing at the 1000 fathom line in Wilmington Canyon. So far this season Moore Bills has the Ocean City, MD 1st catch records for both Mahi and Bluefin.
Fishing in Islamorada Florida in a canal.. second one of the day...smaller than the first
Giant Bluefin Tuna
A short clip about a giant tuna on a rainy day... the crew are very tired. 540 lb. massive bluefin.
Nor' Ida Storm Hits Ocean City, MD
One of the worst storms to ever hit Ocean City, MD was captured on film by Craig Constantino. The storm lasted 3 days and wind gusts up to 75 miles were recorded.
Rhonda's Osprey - 101 lb. wahoo
Mason McMullen of Middletown, DE caught a 101 pound wahoo while fishing on the "Rhonda's Osprey" out of Sunset Marina on September 20, 2009. The anglers were fishing with Capt. Joe Drosey, Capt. Mark Hoos, Jr. and Mate Chris Ragni. The wahoo was caught on a trolled ballyhoo in 50 fathoms in the Baltimore Canyon.
September 19, 2009 - A Good Samaritan rescued eight people who were aboard a sinking 48-foot boat 55 miles east of Cape May Saturday.
The Coast Guard received a call at 11:17 a.m. from a crew member aboard the American Lady reporting the sport fishing boat Always Late was taking on water and the crew needed assistance.
The Coast Guard issued an urgent marine information broadcast to mariners and four boats responded to the broadcast.
Good Samaritans aboard the sport fishing boat Marli arrived on scene and rescued seven of the crew members aboard the boat. One crew member remained on the sinking boat in an attempt to salvage it.
A rescue helicopter crew from Coast Guard Air Station Atlantic City, N.J., arrived on scene and lowered a rescue swimmer with a pump to assist the crewman in controlling the flooding.
The rescue swimmer and the crewman were unable to control the flooding and had to abandon the boat. The Marli rescued the remaining crew member.
Video courtesy of the Coast Guard (http://cgvi.uscg.mil).
Natural 3-D Bottom: Mid-Atlantic Bight
"Natural 3-D Bottom: Mid-Atlantic Bight" • 72 ft. depth, 10 miles southeast of Ocean City Inlet, MD • 115 ft depth, 22 miles east of Ocean City Inlet, MD
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186 pound bluefin tuna
August 8, 2008. The Depth Charge, ran out from the Indian River Inlet and headed to the 19th Fathom lump hoping for a bluefin tuna. A huge storm blew up in the morning with thunder, lightning even a waterspout sighted. By about 3pm the seas had laid down beautifully and we made the call to head back to the Lump. Good call. Within 30 minutes we were hooked up. 7/0 circle hook with a large live spot. Total fight was 1 hour and 15 minutes.
Spring tuna trip Depth Charge
One of the first tuna trips on the Depth Charge. An overnighter to the wilmington canyon and a bit beyond tested the range and capabilities of the Depth Charge as well as the comfort factor. A good productive trip as well as a learning experience.
Striper Fishing on the Playmate
The Coastal Fisherman crew, along with Michelle Clemente and Craig Costantino, fished for striped bass on the "Playmate" with Capt. Willie Zimmerman. The trip was on April 24, 2009 out of Hoopers Island, MD.
Striper Fishing on the Marli
The Coastal Fisherman crew spent an afternoon striper fishing on the Marli with Capt. Mark Hoos and mate Mark Hoos, Jr. out of Solomons Island, MD.
Thorofare Harbor Seals
I have been hearing about these guys for the past couple of years and finally got a chance to see them in action. Every year a group of Harbor seals visit Ocean City Maryland and hunker down for a couple of weeks for a bite to eat and some well needed rest.
3 hour tour... Maybe 6!!
Great day on the water with Captain Willie Zimmerman. A little cloudy but the fish didn't mind!!
Ever want a killer charter out of Solomons Island, give big Will a ring and hook up a great day fishing on the Playmate. The playmate runs out of Solomons till late spring and than off to OCMD.
This trip took place on July 23, 2008, about 40 miles to the right of Ocean City, MD. The fish I caught is a blue fin tuna, and it tasted DELICIOUS.
Ocean City Fishing
July 25 2008 Battle with 235 pound Bluefin Tuna 60 miles off Ocean City MD
As they say, a bad day fishing is better than a good day at work!! If your ever up for hanging in the rain on the Chesapeake bay catching some whacked out catfish I have the spot for you!! Although the rock usually run on my buddies dock I had a great time busting his chops when the the only thing to keep the day going were these ferocious felines !
Ocean City Blues
Fishing off the Coast of Ocean City Maryland. Blue fish were running strong and a blast to catch. Believe it or not, Blues are great eating when prepared the right way and fresh out of the water.