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Good morning from Sea Hawk Sportfishing
Sea Hawk Sports Center
Sea Hawk Sports Center
Thunderstorms and water that warms are the setting for June Eastern Shore action. The temperature is changing and so are our fishing opportunities. With these new found options our techniques need to adapt, to ensure bent rods and citation sized smiles.

Cobia are kicking off in a big way. While the season doesn’t open till 6/15 , the catch and release fishing has been off the hook… or maybe on the hook is a better description. Anglers have been soaking bunker chunks on fishfInder rigs with 8/0 hooks to entice the battlers in brown suits. Most bites have come in 15-25 foot depths from just below the Pocomoke sound down to the more recognizable spots near the CBBT.

The sweet water of the Chesapeake is still supplying superb pullage as flats fishermen target the big three ( rock , reds, and specs). All species have been prevalent in the picturesque pristine waters of the Tangier and Pocomoke sounds. However, the concentration of slot reds really has me excited with regards to what the year possibly could offer for those of us who have a fondness for the flats. While bait fishermen have been casting chunks of crab, light tackle lure anglers have found paddle tails (with and without popping corks) as well as suspending mirrolures and x-raps have gotten the boat good and fishy.

Elsewhere on deeper structure of the southern Eastern Shore, Sheepshead are starting to show up on the lower Chesapeake as well as the seaside. Tog jigs baited with a precious piece of peeler have provided pull for folks in search of a prize with funny look’n teeth. Oyster rocks have heard the bellowing brawling black drum as crab baited lines await a bite and battle.

The new flounder size limit of 17.5 inches has been anticlimactic for anglers targeting filets for the freezer. The best action has centered around high water as flatfish find themselves on the flats. A mixture of silversides and squid have summed fish to the net but in most cases returned to the salty sanctuary to secure future generations.

The deep shades of azul have hidden some of our most sought after palegic species. However, bottom fishing for tiles has taken the edge of for those who desire the deep. Seabass fillets continue to fill frying pans as knotheads cross the gunwale. The nearshore flounder and spade/ trigger bite should start soon on the many structures just off Chincoteague and Wachapreague.

Don’t forget we at Sea Hawk Sports center are hosting the second annual “Michael C Taylor Flounder Frenzy “ on June 14th & 15th. This is a memorial tournament for the family of Mike who was a friend of mine. All proceeds go directly to the National Down Syndrome Society, a charitable group that was dear to Mike’s heart. So if you are looking for something to do that will provide a bunch of fun that supports something positive, while remembering someone we miss, stop by or give us a call. Let’s catch some flounder and show all that see that we know how blessed we are to live in this wonderful place that we call home.
Sea Hawk Sports Center
Sea Hawk Sports Center
Fresh bunker have arrived !!!!
Sea Hawk Sports Center
Sea Hawk Sports Center
Sea Hawk Father’s Day Flounder Tournament! Come join for fun, and make a difference for something we care about , while remembering someone we miss!
Sea Hawk Sports Center
Sea Hawk Sports Center
Had the pleasure to take members of Mid-shore Anglers club #seahawksportscenter2024 #thetugisthedrug

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