If there are any changes, I ll fill in during the morning when every boat with a day left will be trying to blast their way into big money. The Jamaica from Brielle had good variety fishing on Wednesday with some limits of bluefish and sea bass along with a pick of fluke, bonito, Spanish mackerel, dolphin and the first inshore little tunny I ve heard of.
Several dolphin were also weighed at both venues In the white marlin category, Pleasantville, New Jersey s Rickey Wheeler aboard his Wish You Were Here weighed a white marlin of 68 pounds for angler Brian Hurley and moved into second place in the category. Summit, New Jersey s Bob Hugin aboard his The Right Place with Captain Evan Millas at the wheel moved in to second place after weighing a 168-pound big eye tuna for Hugin who was also the angler.
Started out the Morning with a slow kick going 3-5, decided to change Up and play with mahi and come back to tuna in afternoon. Landed over 20 Mahi on light tackle and went back to the Tuna coming tight on 3 right away with a bunch of skipjacks.
Effie Mae moved into second behind Big Oil s 77-pounder that was the first fish weighed when the scales opened. It wasn t hard to beat yesterday s 6-pound dolphin, and a 33-pounder on Christine Marie seems to be leading a 32 on No Question.
And thank you to the lady whos daughter was sick on yesterdays trip but had a great time and gave us a great review except she wrote it for the wrong boat. I just ask if you cant make it give me a call so I can give your spots to someone else.
Posted on August 18, 2020 Tuesday s real start to The MidAtlantic Only two boats braved marginable conditions during Monday s first day of The MidAtlantic , and they didn t do much. Game On, a Delaware 47-foot Buddy Davis released two white marlin before returning to provide the first weigh-ins at Ocean City, Md. with dolphin of 4,5 and 7 pounds.