As you ll see, it was almost circular and the oddest shaped that fluke pro has ever seen Fluking conditions were better today. Also at that port, Capt. Rob Semkewyc had a similar report on his Sea Hunter.
The Golden Eagle was back to inshore variety today, and reported good action with bluefish up to 6 pounds plus some sea bass and fluke. The Jamaica from Brielle did well with blues today along with lots of chub mackerel plus a few bonito, little tunny, sea bass and fluke.
Posted on August 25, 2020 Yellowfin bite is hard to believe It s been many years since NY NJ Bight anglers have seen yellowfin tuna fishing short of the canyons such as they re experiencing right now. The only negative is that it s still much further offshore than during the days when we were chunking them at such relatively nearby spots as Yellowfin Lump, but these fish seem to be more abundant and easier to hook.