Posted on May 29, 2020 Hot canyon tunaÂ trolling The Canyon Runner from Point Pleasant has been off to a great start on their spring tuna trolling in Lindenkohl Canyon, as noted in the following message â€œ109 Tuna in First Three Canyon TripsCapt. Deane Lambros & Capt. Mike Zajac followed up their first trip of 39 tuna by going back out Monday to Tuesday with the Wallance Vicknar charter and found the bluefins right where they had left them. They went two out of three on bigeyes and had seven yellowfins. Out of 15 bluefins they kept a 60-incher and three around 30 pounds while releasing the rest. The big trip so far this week was with another Canyon Runner Coaching and Fishing Report Member who was looking for a tutorial charter. Mike Bonnano and his crew didnâ€™t have much time for lessons on gear, tackle, electronics etc. â€“ as soon as they got on site â€“ around the Toms Canyon â€“ they had 4-5-6 fish on at a time. The Golden Eagle from Belmar reported a decent sea bass trip today as some limits were taken before it got very windy. There is some room on afternoon weekend trips. That 25 knot southwest wind should drop to 10-15 by morning along with possible showers. The Jamaica from Brielle reported a boat limit of sea bass yesterday along with some ling, a few whiting and couple of bluefish. That have reservations open for 7:30 a.m. Monday. Fluke reports are still hard to come by from the Raritan Bay fleet. Capt. Stan Zagleski Jr. of Elaine B. II from Bahrs in Highlands notes that itâ€™s been slow, with almost all the fluke being caught in very shallow waters that are the warmest.