The weather forecast for November 28, in Ocean City, Maryland is:
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Ocean City Maryland Fishing Piers
- Homer Gudelsky Park
Located on Old Bridge Road in West Ocean City
- Inlet Park, Downtown Ocean City at OC Inlet
- Chicago Avenue Boardwalk, bayside (near 3rd Street)
- Ninth St. Pier, bayside
- Ocean City Inlet
Located at the Southern most end of Ocean City. Use lures for bluefish, trout and stripers – sand fleas for tautog – squid, mullet or shiners for flounder and bluefish
- Oceanic Pier
Pay pier which is located at the Southern most end of Philadelphia Ave. near the inlet. Use shiners, squid or live minnows for flounder, bluefish and trout – bloodworms or nightcrawlers for spot and other small fish. Lures work well at night. Crabbing is best late summer through fall using traps.
- Rt. 50 Bridge
Located 1 block south of 1st Street. Excellent flounder fishing with frozen shiners. Worms are used for spot and other small fish. Blues hit lures or squid. Night fishing is generally good working lures beneath the lights. Good crabbing location with traps.
- 2nd thru 4th Street Bulkhead
Free public area located on the bayside. Use shiners and squid for flounder, bluefish and sea bass – bloodworms for Norfolk spot – sand fleas or sectioned hard crab for tautog.
- 9th Street Pier
Free public pier located on 9th Street and the bay. Use shiners or live minnows for flounder – squid strips for seabass and bluefish – worms for Norfolk spot.
- Convention Hall
Free public bulkhead and pier behind Convention Hall at 40th Street. Good crabbing and fair fishing on the high tide. Use live minnows for flounder – bloodworms for spot and croaker.
- Isle of Wight – 62nd St.
Cross Rt. 90 Bridge at 62nd Street going west. At the flashing light in the center of the bridge (across from the Old Medical Center) turn left. Public area – good crabbing and light fishing. Use worms for spot and sand perch.
- Northside Park – 125th Street Pier
Public fishing and crabbing pier just north of the Recreational Center at 125th Street. Good crabbing and light fishing. Best on high tide. Use bloodworms for spot and sand perch.
- The Beach
During the summer season anglers allowed to surf fish before 10am and after 5:30pm (or when the lifeguards go off duty). Off-season, anglers allowed all day. Use mullet for bluefish – squid for sharks and trout – bloodworms for spot and whiting – lures for stripers.
- Indian River Inlet
Part of the Delaware State Park, located approximately 15 miles north of Ocean City on Route 1. Use sand fleas for tautog – bucktails for blues.
- Fenwick Island Bathhouse
Part of the Delaware State Park, located on the ocean just 1/4 mile north of Fenwick Island. Surf fishing allowed all day.
- 3 R’s
Part of Delaware State Park, located on the ocean just south of Indian River Bridge. Surf fishing allowed all day.