Posted on July 13, 2021 Fluke tournament results Last weekend s fluke tournaments in northern N. J. produced lots of quality fish but none big enough to run away from the crowd. 95 pounds who turned out to be the weekend s big winner as he was also in the Sandy Hook Bay Anglers contest where his fish weighed 7.
Not surprisingly, sea bass fishing was also tougher under those circumstances, though some were able to add the two allowed as a by-catch during the summer in N. J. waters. hick any took a break for somq freshwater fishing, but also got back on stripers one evening earl in the week on Tyman from Highlands.
Posted on July 9, 2021 See you at my garage sale As noted in yesterday s blog, I m running a garage sale in the morning at my home 1552 Osprey Ct , Manasquan Park, NJ 08736 The hours are from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. , and there is a wide selection of tackle and accessories for most types of fishing ranging from ultra lght to giant tuna rods selling for just 20. com I ll also have my surfcasting book for sale, and some old and new fishing magazines can be picked up at no charge.
Posted on July 8, 2021 Ristori fishing tackle garage sale on Saturday Kathy and I are downsizing homes, and I have to sell off a lot of fishing tackle and accessories to prepare for less space. I just did some casting this morning and scratched out a small bass on a purple Band of Anglers Dart Spin.
Paul Haertel of the JCAA ran out to the canyons yesterday where his crew quikly trolled yellowfins up to a 41-pounder and released a large white marlin.,Bob Correll and Zac Eisenbrey joined Mike Heaney of Bay Head on his 40-foot Cabo ,October Sky in Lindenkohl Canyon for a hot yellowfin tolling bite at dawn yesterday.
Posted on July 6, 2021 Epic bigeye bite The Canyon Runner from Point Pleasant reported the bigeye trolling bite of a lifetime as follows Capt. Mark DeCabia whad the trip of a lifetime maybe the best ever big-eye trip on record for a sport fishing boat with 37 big-eyes on the Rebel with Owner Mike Tucci in one overnighter. When Capt. Mark was in the middle of his epic bite Member John Levitt on the Gotta Go (who did 30 canyon trips last year and has already done 12 canyon trips this year) found out through the service and was ready to drop everything and did drop everything grabbed his crew and ran offshore.
Posted on July 5, 2021 Bluefish bouce back After a tough trip Saturday in rain and rough seas, northern N. J. Shore bluefishing bounced back to the limit action boaters have become used to. The Golden Eagle from Belmar reported a hot jigging bite until the tide changed today around 10 30, by which time they had a boat limit and were releasing while also adding some fluke and sea bass.
I haven t received today s report before heading to a holiday party, but suspect it will be a lot better. Though the Monmouth County surf was rough this morning, and lure fishermen weren t getting hits, it was fishable with sand fleas.
The Canyon Runner from Point Pleasant has a discounted spot on its July 6-7 canyon overnighter. Call 732 330-5674 to grab it at 1600 Capt. Dave DeGennaro has his Hi Flier from Barnegat for charter or individual anglers on Sunday and Monday.