Another great day on the water - beautiful weather along with plenty of action, tooted most fish didn't make the 18 inch keeper mark. Folks had a great trip, thanks to Bob and Corrie for another great trip.
Tuesday Fishing Report August 6, 2019 Very small crowd today,pretty quiet bit fishing wast bad with another nice fish about 7lbs winning the pool Ritchey took home the money with quality fish High hook had a limit and we had some sea bass mixed in to. Tomorrow looks nice!
Sunday fluke Had Andy Beatrice Ben Derek Steve and Brad. ended the day with 16 keepers up to 7 lbs Brad had a double limit to 7lbs Young Ben having 4 keepers and Beatrice had her limit and lost a couple heartbreakers as well.
Remember try and keep the rigs simple like Charlie who had his limit, Charlie also had two keepers his last trip out. I'm not saying you will catch keepers, especially this year but you will catch more fish and increase your chances if you keep it simple, use Gulp and don't just hold the pole and drag the sinker, you should work the bait.
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FISHERMEN Mondays Report Made our way into the Ocean once again, had a little East wind blowing but it wasn't too bad. Current started to run hard up the beach across the wind, breeze picked up and it got rolley as hell.
Early last week you could see 40-feet visibility and there were Spanish mackerel, Bonita, ribbon fish, and a Cobia came by the boat. Later in the week it blew out of the southwest and the water got cloudy and green again.
The Miss Belmar Princess is sailing daily for blues, bonito and mackerel from 7 30 a. m. 2 30 p. m. and every afternoon from 4 30 p. m. 8 30 p. m. for fluke, sea bass and ling. The Royal Miss Belmar is sailing daily from 7 30 a. m. 12 00 p. m. for fluke, sea bass and ling.