Legacy topped today’s catches n the White Marlin Invitational, but their 140-pound tuna fell short of Crisdel’s leading 194.7-pounder while other tuna entries were much smaller.
The only change in other weighed fish was the only wahoo of the contest on Hold Tight. I’ll have more about the WMIT results tomorrow.
Crisdel and many other boats moved to Cape May for Monday’s start of the MidAtlantic.
The Big Mohawk from Belmar reported a beautiful day with fine fluke fishing and several limits with fish ranging up to about 7 pounds.
The Jamaica from Brielle had another big catch of chub mackerel along with bluefish limits as that bite was best on bait, though there were some caught on poppers.
The forecast is for southeast winds at 5 knots and patchy fog before increasing to 10 knots in the afternoon.
Below is the Maryland state record blue marlin that won big money in last year’s MidAtlantic.