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  • 2016-02-04 Norma K Point Pleasant Beach

    2016-02-04 Norma K Point Pleasant Beach

    Saturday and Sunday are looking much better. Nothing we can do about the weather!
  • 2016-02-04 Ristori Bay Head

    2016-02-04 Ristori Bay Head

    This week's Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (ASMFC) meeting of the Summer Flounder, Scup Black Sea Bass Management Board in Alexandria, Virginia produced unanimous approval of New Jersey as its own region with the option to utilize a 17-inch fluke minimum in Delaware Bay and for shore fishing at Island Beach State Park while the rest of the state maintains the same regulations as New York and Connecticut. New Jersey was forced last year into a region with those states after New York objected to having higher minimum sizes for fluke while often fishing in the same waters as New Jersey boaters.
  • 2016-02-03 Ocean Explorer Belmar

    2016-02-03 Ocean Explorer Belmar

    2-3-15 Looks like it is gonna warm up and be a nice day tomorrow(Wednesday)so we are gonna fish. Already have some guys that want to come down so we are gonna fish!!See ya tomorrow.
  • 2016-02-02 Jamaica II Brielle

    2016-02-02 Jamaica II Brielle

    Huge eels and dogfish were a problem due to the churned up water. Picked a few Cod and Ling Hector Costa Perth Amboy won one pool with a 14 pound Cod and Steven Crane Hazlet, NJ won the other with a 12 pound Cod. Some recent pictures on Facebook page Capt Ryan
  • 2016-02-02 Norma K Point Pleasant Beach

    2016-02-02 Norma K Point Pleasant Beach

    High hook did have there limit, a few 1s, 2s and 3s around the boat, and some just had short action or no luck at all. Thursday does not sound bad but we have some work to do on the boat and we figured that we would let it settle down a day!
  • 2016-02-02 Ristori Bay Head

    2016-02-02 Ristori Bay Head

    That didn't bother the congers and dogfish, but a few cod and ling were also boated. Adam La Rosa said last Saturday's Canyon Runner Seminar in Atlantic City was a big success.
  • 2016-02-01 Ocean Explorer Belmar

    2016-02-01 Ocean Explorer Belmar

    No keeper blackfish onboard so a ling took the money. Tough day all around with a strong current out of the southeast. Little life. Not even much in the way of trash fish. Next day out we are gonna have to head way back out to the southeast and look for better life,,that day looks likeWednesday or Thursday.
  • 2016-02-01 Miss Belmar Belmar

    2016-02-01 Miss Belmar Belmar

    Miss Belmar t-shirts are in both long and short sleeves in black, indigo blue, white, charcoal grey and light grey for adults. With Miss Belmar's 3 engines and a total of 2,100 horsepower, she is the first boat to the fishing grounds every day and we guarantee it.
  • 2016-02-01 Norma K Point Pleasant Beach

    2016-02-01 Norma K Point Pleasant Beach

  • 2016-02-01 Ristori Bay Head

    2016-02-01 Ristori Bay Head

    Although the program's three divisions remained the same (Adult, Junior, and Catch and Release), now there are new categories creating more opportunities for qualifying fish to earn the angler a series of personalized certificates Specialist Angler - catch five qualifying fish of the same species within one year Master Angler - catch five qualifying fish of five different species (saltwater and or freshwater) within one year Elite Angler - catch 10 or more qualifying fish of 10 different species (saltwater and or freshwater) within one year First Fish - catch your first fish of any species Three additional categories (the Slam Series) include Trout Slam - catch one each of rainbow, brook and brown trout Bass Slam - catch one each of small and largemouth bass Panfish Slam - catch one each of sunfish, crappie and yellow perch The McCardells with winning muskyClick to enlarge In 1983, the program began with 31 applicants. The following is a breakdown of applications received per species (all categories combined) Freshwater Largemouth Bass (7), Smallmouth Bass (7), Striped Bass Hybrid (7), Bullhead (2),Channel Catfish (1), Crappie (14), Muskellunge (1), Yellow Perch (11), Chain Pickerel (8), Northern Pike (3), Brown Trout (1), Rainbow Trout (4), Atlantic Landlocked Salmon (1), Sunfish (11), and Walleye (2).