Posted on March 23, 2020 A perfectly miserable day As noted yesterday, it didn t look good for today and that is exactly what happened. There is another temporary drop to 5-10 knots in the afternoon, but rain arrives again after midnight and Wednesday doesn t look good.
Sunday Click here to learn more about fishing report Fishing Report March 22, 2020 Very windy down here at the shore today,gusty Northeast breeze Ocean is lumpy,glad we are not out there. . Keep you posted here .
Posted on March 22, 2020March 22, 2020 Uncertainty about fishing The striped bass fishery is underway, but there s a lot of uncertainty about whether we ll be able to fish. I ll try to get more detailed info tomorrow.
Posted on March 21, 2020 Raritan Bay stripers ready for the weekend The spring striped bass run in Raritan Bay is right on time, along with lots of bunkers that should keep them there. New Jersey state parks and Wildlife Management Areas are open for fishing, but the offices are closed and rest rooms not available.
Between now and then we will update our website, FaceBook page and answering machine as new information becomes available. That, combined with the fact that we are scheduled to go for our bi-annual drydock and USCG Inspection starting March 30th, means the next time we will be able to sail will be sometime in Mid-April.
Friday Click here to learn more about fishing report Fishing Report March 20, 2020 Wr are canceled for Saturday North winds 15 to 25 mph Seas 4 to 7 feet . gonna stay at home Hopefully Sunday,let you know tomorrow.
The new N. J. striper regulation will allow just one bass from 28 to 38 inches, which means that the really big bass must be released. Posted on March 19, 2020March 19, 2020 Be ready to figure out the weight of your trophy striper As of April 1, N. J. anglers will no longer be able to keep their striper of a lifetime, but they can still determine a commonly-accepted estimate of their trophy s weight with nothing more than a retractable tape in their pocket.