Posted on October 10, 2019 Beach Brawl delayed The continuing northeaster has pretty much wiped out the opening of the N. J. sea bass season and now resulted in the delay of this weekend s Barrier Island Beach Brawl . Fishing will start at 5 a. m. Saturday and end at 4 p. m. Sunday with awards being presented at 5 p. m. Any questions can be directed to http www.
Posted on October 9, 2019 Last call for Beach Brawl at 9 p. m. The Barrier Island Beach Brawl shore fishing tournament has issued a last call for 9 p. m. to sign up for the weekend contest. Alan Deutsch of Hamilton took the pool with a 12-pound little tunny.
October 8th, 2019 Click here to learn more about stripers blues charters Stripers Blues Charters Due to rough seas, today s trip has been cancelled. The Royal Miss Belmar has a special whale watching trip every Sunday from 1 30 p. m. 4 30 p. m. The Miss Belmar Princess is the largest, fastest and cleanest fishing boat in Belmar.
Tuesday Click here to learn more about fishing report Fishing Report October 8, 2019 We got the day in today. As for today it was great to be back into the sea bass,we had fish coming on every drop and bagged up on bass, with the high hooks catching a limit easy, we also had some blackfish and some jumbo porgies as well great day out should have been there Pics .
Posted on October 8, 2019 Gale watch going up tomorrow Fishing is going to be a challenge this week as there are small craft warnings up through Friday, and a gale watch will be posted for tomorrow. Northeast winds at 20-25 knots with gusts to 35 are forecast for Wednesday along with showers and 7-10-foot seas.
October 7th, 2019 Click here to learn more about stripers blues charters Stripers Blues Charters Due to rough seas, both today s trip and tomorrow s trip, Tuesday, October 8th, 2019, have been cancelled. The Royal Miss Belmar has a special whale watching trip every Sunday from 1 30 p. m. 4 30 p. m. The Miss Belmar Princess is the largest, fastest and cleanest fishing boat in Belmar.
Posted on October 7, 2019 You still have to go south for big red drum Chuck Many, of Ty Man from Highlands went all the way to Hilton Head Island in South Carolina recently in order to catch and release trophy red drum. Yet, a hundred years ago he could have done he same thing much closer to home as the channel bass capitol of the world was the central New Jersey coast.