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35th Annual OC Tuna Tournament
July 8th-10th, 2022

For over 30 years the Ocean City Tuna Tournament has become the world’s largest Tuna tournament with a record payout of over $900,000.00 in 2019. Boats of all sizes from ports throughout the East Coast travel to Ocean City, Maryland to fish this event.

The three-day event is full of anticipation, excitement, and fun for all. While spectators wait for the scales to open, they can enjoy cold cocktails and delicious food at our on-site restaurant, Micky Fins Bar & Grill. Local vendors selling everything from boats and tackle to jewelry are on display daily. After the scales have closed, the tournament provides dinner and entertainment for participants and sponsors.

The Ocean City Fishing Center, one of Ocean City’s prominent marinas, plays host to the tournament. Along with their sister marina, Sunset Marina, both offer top-notch accommodations such as swimming pools, tackle and gift shops, free parking, and award-winning restaurants. If competitive fishing, a good time, and lots of cash are your thing, then the Ocean City Tuna Tournament has it all. The Ocean City Tuna Tournament is also a unique event for anyone looking to promote their business. Sponsors receive free advertising in our annual publication, Fish On Magazine, passes to each night’s event and a Sponsor only VIP party held on the last day of the tournament during weigh-ins and so much more. If you are interested in being a sponsor, please email us at [email protected] to receive a Sponsorship Packet.

Tournament Summary

Number of Boats: 106  / 

Total Payout: $1,022,390.00

Added Entry LevelAdded Entry DescriptionNumber of Boats in Added EntryTotal Payout For Added Entry
AADDED LEVEL A - MID-SHORE ELECTRONICS - SINGLE LARGEST TUNA - DAILY
SPLIT BETWEEN EACH BOATS' FISHING DAY 1 AND FISHING DAY 2
88 $39,600.00
BADDED LEVEL B - TITAN YACHTS - HEAVIEST STRINGER - DAILY
SPLIT BETWEEN EACH BOATS' FISHING DAY 1 AND FISHING DAY 2
81 $36,450.00
CADDED LEVEL C - DUFFIE BOATWORKS - WINNER TAKE ALL
THIS AWARD IS SPLIT 50% TO THE SINGLE HEAVIEST TUNA AND 50% TO THE HEAVIEST STRINGER.
70 $31,500.00 (Split 50/50)
DADDED LEVEL D - SQUIDNATION - BOATS 35' AND UNDER - WINNER TAKE ALL
PAID TO THE BOAT 35' & UNDER. 50% AWARDED TO THE SINGLE LARGEST TUNA AND 50% TO THE HEAVIEST STRINGER
26 $16,380.00 (Split 50/50)
EADDED LEVEL E - COSTA SUNGLASSES - BOATS 36' - 51' - WINNER TAKE ALL
PAID TO THE BOAT 36' - 51'. 50% TO THE SINGLE LARGEST TUNA AND 50% TO THE HEAVIEST STRINGER
27 $29,160.00 (Split 50/50)
FADDED LEVEL F - INTRINSIC YACHT & SHIP - BOATS 52' & UP - WINNER TAKE ALL
PAID TO THE BOAT 52'. 50% TO THE SINGLE LARGEST TUNA AND 50% TO THE HEAVIEST STRINGER
37 $73,260.00 (Split 50/50)
GADDED LEVEL G - CARTER CAT - HEAVIEST STRINGER JACKPOT - WINNER TAKE ALL
AWARDED TO THE TEAM ENTERED IN THE CATEGORY WITH THE HEAVIEST STRINGER
54 $145,800.00
HADDED LEVEL H - HUK PERFORMANCE APPAREL - SINGLE LARGEST TUNA JACKPOT - WINNER TAKE ALL
AWARDED TO THE TEAM ENTERED IN THE CATEGORY WITH THE HEAVIEST SINGLE TUNA.
44 $198,000.00
IADDED LEVEL I - MICKY FINS BAR AND GRILL - 50/30/20 SPLIT
AWARD IS SPLIT 50% TO SINGLE HEAVIEST TUNA AND 50% TO HEAVIEST STRINGER, AND THEN SPLIT 50/30/20.
76 $34,200.00
JADDED LEVEL J - VIKING YACHT - 50/30/20 SPLIT
AWARD IS SPLIT 50% TO SINGLE HEAVIEST TUNA AND 50% TO HEAVIEST STRINGER, AND THEN SPLIT 50/30/20.
71 $63,900.00
KADDED LEVEL K - TWISTED TEA - 50/30/20 SPLIT
AWARD IS SPLIT 50% TO SINGLE HEAVIEST TUNA AND 50% TO HEAVIEST STRINGER, AND THEN SPLIT 50/30/20.
52 $117,000.00
LADDED LEVEL L - BAITMASTERS - SINGLE LARGEST DOLPHIN - WINNER TAKE ALL
100% IS AWARDED TO THE TEAM WITH THE SINGLE LARGEST DOLPHIN.
MINIMUM QUALIFYING WEIGHT IS 20 LBS.
91 $24,570.00
MADDED LEVEL M - HOOKED ON OC - SINGLE LARGEST WAHOO - WINNER TAKE ALL
(ROLLOVER FROM 2020 $4,140)
100% IS AWARDED TO THE TEAM WITH THE SINGLE LARGEST WAHOO.
MINIMUM QUALIFYING WEIGHT IS 20 LBS.
64 $21,420.00
NADDED LEVEL N - BLUEWATER YACHT SALES - SINGLE LARGEST BLUEFIN TUNA - WINNER TAKE ALL
(ROLLOVER FROM 2020 $9,450)
100% IS AWARDED TO THE TEAM WITH THE SINGLE LARGEST BLUEFIN TUNA.
49 $31,500.00
OADDED LEVEL 0 - AVON-DIXON INSURANCE - ON THE BOARD REWARD "A"66 $29,700.00
PADDED LEVEL P - CATO GAS & OIL - ON THE BOARD REWARD "B"51 $68,850.00
QADDED LEVEL Q - CABIN FEVER COMMUNICATIONS - CHARITY 50/50 SPLIT
50% IS AWARDED TO THE SINGLE LARGET TUNA AND 50% IS AWARDED TO THIS YEAR'S CHARITY
45 $8,100.00

Leaderboard: Up To The Minute Results!

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By Scott Lenox

2021 Ocean City Tuna Tournament Day 2 Standings

Posted on July 10th, 2021

Day two of the 34th Annual Ocean City Tuna Tournament is in the books and it was a busy one because there was no day one.  What was left of Tropical Storm Elsa had things roughed up out there yesterday so zero boats fished.  That left two fishing days for all 106 boats to fish both Saturday and Sunday.  It was a busy day at the scales and there were some very nice fish weighed….none bigger than the first fish to hit the dock!  Here’s who’s leading what after one day of fishing.  Thanks to Jake W. and the Ocean City Fishing Center for the pics!

Junior Angler

3rd Place     Following Sons.    39 Lbs

2nd Place.    Hammer Down.    41 Lbs

1st Place.    Boss Hogg.    59 Lbs

Lady Angler

1st Place.    Myra HT.    42 Lbs

Heaviest Stringer

3rd Place.    MARLI.      275 Lbs

2nd Place.    Reel Fun.    292 Lbs

1st Place

Single Heaviest Fish

3rd Place      MARLI.    104 Lbs

2nd Place     Reel Fun.    139 Lbs

1st Place.    Hydrosphere.    233 Lbs

Away from the tournament Captain Chase Eberle of Chasin’ Tides Charters was chasing tunas today and he caught them and some tilefish as well.

Captain Kane Bounds had to work a little harder after the stiff southwest wind, but he still put his guys on some awesome flounder fishing with some nice triggerfish and sea bass in the mix.

Anglers on the Angler with Captain Chris Mizurak had a great day with loads of nice flounder and sea bass coming over the rail.

The Judith M out of Bahia Marina had a great 1/2 day trip this morning with loads of nice fish including sea bass, flounder and triggerfish.

Captain Monty Hawkins of the Morning Star had some great fishing today in the calm seas.

A well behaved tropical system; Elsa made her fuss and racket then got the heck on up the beach.
Her hasty departure made for some pretty water off there today. Tiny bit of swell, some temperature drop; otherwise as fair a day as you might ask.
Young Owen and his Mom, Julie made their first tag-team venture seaward. They did a fine job launching 20 reef blocks by the rail &, later, catching two at a time. Owen landed a double on the spoon that would make most of my jigging clients jealous.
First limit went the the fellow fishing between Jigmaster Tom & Ray. Let’s see here.. Ted! Yes, Ted had the first limit.
Again.
And again..
And Again!
Ted’s boxed out first almost every trip this year.
His driving partner, Ray, has to relive the victory over and over on the way home!
James Hardy from Frederick had the big one though. A huge female; there have to be males at that reef even larger or she’d be transitioning to male.
Yes, I’m serious.
Sea bass change from female to male when a reef’s spawning population demands.
I have a paper in my head that’s going to get written soon.
I predicted the population surge we’re enjoying now in 2015/16/& 17.
Now spawning production is on the wane. Yes, we’ll enjoy as recent production grows through size limit where fishing pressure allows. But when there are few smalls backfilling our removals? I’ve been there twice before.
No fun.
I now predict the long cycle of sea bass production will strike rock bottom as wind power is getting built.
Easy ideas are fishermen’s strong suite. When sea bass are scarce and huge construction ships common? I can guarantee where the blame for sea bass’ absence will fall.
The truth will be so much more complex. It dates to 2002….
Be a hard one to write. Needs done though. I’m forever hopeful management will grasp spawning production’s very simple truth: We control spawning stock biomass by size limit.
Oyyyyy… It would be easier to convince NOAA our corals are important fish habitat.
Been working on that since 2000 or so.
Any day now!
Cheers!
Monty

Randy Swain, Randy Swain Jr., Loudon Swain, Rick kramer and Roland Hubbard had a great day of flounder fishing some offshore structure today.

Rich Daiker put his dad on this nice 34″ keeper rockfish at the route 50 bridge today on a live spot.

Captain Marc Spagnola of Dusk to Dawn Bowfishing found the clean water today and his shooters found their mark with cow nosed and southern rays.

Shawn Flaherty was fishing with Big Bird Cropper when he landed this 30” keeper rockfish.

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33rd Annual Tuna Tournament in the Books

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The crew on the Big Stick took first place in the heaviest stringer category of last weekend’s Ocean City Tuna Tournament and earned $305,880 in prize money.
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The crew on the Hydrosphere took first in the single heaviest tuna category with a 233-pounder and earned $93, 787 in prize money.
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OCEAN CITY- The 33rd annual Ocean City Tuna Tournament last weekend was a big success with over 100 boats participating and over $1 million in prize money awarded to the winners in several categories.

The Ocean City Tuna Tournament is one of the highlights of the summer offshore fishing season each summer, perhaps second only to the White Marlin Open next month. Thousands of spectators crammed into the host Ocean City Fishing Center last weekend for the three-day event, which was left uncertain with Tropical Storm Elsa blowing through late Thursday night.

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The tropical storm passed and the tournament went off as planned, essentially reduced to a Saturday and Sunday event. Nonetheless, there was no shortage of action for the two days of fishing with plenty of big tuna brought to the scales at the fishing center. The event drew 106 boats with over $1 million in prize money doled out to the winners.

In the single heaviest tuna category, the crew on the Hydrosphere took first with a 233-pounder worth $93,787. The Tara Jessica was second with a 199-pounder worth $30,802, while the Instigator was third with a 170-pounder worth $59,865.

In the heaviest stringer category, the Big Stick took first with a total of 638 pounds and earned a tournament-high $305,880 in prize money. The Big Stick continued its early season winning ways after finishing first in the previous weekend’s Canyon Kickoff tournament. The Bar South crew took second in the heaviest stringer category with 562 pounds and earned $64,395 in prize money, while the Hydrosphere crew was third in the heaviest stringer category.

In the heaviest dolphin category, the Christine Marie took first with a 20-pounder worth $27,070. Robert Warden took first and second in the junior angler category, while Jackson Morgan took third. Kristin Quinn was the top lady angler, while J.L. Cropper was second and Danielle Robertson and Janine Samuel tied for third.

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12th Annual OCMC Franky Pettolina Memorial Day Tournament

May 29 - May 30 2021 Ocean City Marlin Club 410-213-1613 Website

42nd Annual Marlin Club Small Boat Tournament

June 26 - June 27 2021 Ocean City Marlin Club 410-213-1613 Website

13th Annual “Heels & Reels”

July 29 - July 31 2021 OC Marlin Club 410-213-1613 Website

48th Annual White Marlin Open

August 2-6, 2021 Harbour Island Marina & Sunset Marina 410-289-9229 Website

28th Annual Capt. Steve Harman Poor Girl’s Open

August 12-14, 2021 Bahia Marina 410-289-7473 Website
59th Annual Labor Day White Marlin Tournament

63rd Annual Labor Day White Marlin Tournament

September 3 - September 5 2021 OC Marlin Club 410-213-1613 Website

19th Annual Sept. 11th Memorial Spot Tournament

September 11, 2021 Ocean City Fishing Center 410-213-1121 Website

Second Annual Rena Bishop Broadbill Bash

October 15-17, 2021 Sunset Marina 410-213-9600 Website
Sours: https://ocsunsetmarina.com/tournaments/

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