Some offshore boats were warming up for the Ocean City light tackle club billfish tournament being held starting tomorrow at Oregon Inlet this year. In years past this tournament has been held where ever good billfishing was expected. This has been as far away as Mexico. Today the total for billfish caught and released by Oregon Inlet Fishing Center's charter boats was over 100. Two grand Slams were recorded. One boat caught and released 10 white marlin another 11. Some of the offshore boats went after tuna and wahoo. Three boats caught 6 wahoos each along with blackfin tunas. Yellowfin tunas were scattered one weighed 50 pounds. One of the wahoos weighed 46 pounds. Inshore boats caught tailor bluefish and spanish mackerel. The pictured young lady's name is Emma Pahls. She and her companions who fished inshore came from Mannassas, Virginia. Open boats had very good speckled trout fishing. There were some flounders caught one boat had two good size flounders but most were a little under the size limit and were released. A 35 pound cobia was caught. It fought like a much larger fish. It took 20 minutes to land.