(see photo below) Capt. Rob Semkewyc said he was encouraged today as bass bit on every stop though almost all were shorts. The Fishermen from that port had good readings Wednesday, but a wind against current condition all day that resulted in only a couple of keepers and shorts plus a few bass lost.
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He s been marking bass, but they won t hit while at the same time he sees trollers hooking up. Scott Keadbetter of Haddon Heights found that to be the case yesterday when he ran his Aquasport out of Atlantic Highlands at 10 a. m. and hooked bass to 20 pounds steadily while trolling at Chapel Hill.