Posted on September 29, 2019 Work your lure right to the beach Anglers new to surfcasting often ask me for tips on the sport, and one I always give them is to work the lure right into the wash. The Jamaica also a big dolphin catch on the canyon trip that returned Friday.
Posted on September 28, 2019 South wind was tough on fishing Though it was calm at dawn, the south wind started blowing not long after I joined Bob Correll on his 32 Sea Vee from Crystal Point in Point Pleasant for a run to the north. Jerry Lasko reported very good blackfishing in Point Pleasant Canal, with keeper tog being common.
Posted on September 27, 2019 Striperfest in Falmouth on Saturday Over 3,000 striper anglers will be converging on Cape Cod for Saturday s Striperfest as Striper Cup awards will be passed out and an outboard rig will be drawn for. com shop YETI Tundra 45 Cooler 300 24 can Hopper 300 24 can hopper 300 Yeti Bucket 40 Yeti Load Lid 30 Yeti Caddy Bucket 20 Utility Gear Belt 40 SHIMANO Ultegra 335 COSTA (5) Sunglasses 1500 TSUNAMI Salt X Reel 350 ST. CROIX VS96 Avid Surf rod 340 SPRO 100 1.
We re still working on local fish, and there don t seem to be many of them. Posted on September 26, 2019 We need some migrating stripers A big swell from offshore storms has been making surfcasting both difficult and unproductive, but Vinny D Anton was pleased to find the waves down and waters clean this morning as he made a casting tour of Monmouth County beaches.
Posted on September 25, 2019 Porgy fishing hot Capt. Paul Haertel spotted an error in my end of the fluke season blog when I noted that the N. Y. season ended on Sept. 21 along with N. J. I picked up that date from The Fisherman magazine s list of regs, but Haertel said the N. Y. season actually runs to Sept. 30.
Posted on September 23, 2019 Blue Runner scores in Hudson Canyon Capt. Hans Kaspersetz fished aboard the Blue Runner in Hudson Canyon over the weekend and reported they trolled a few yellowfin and albacore tuna and also hooked three swordfish.
Posted on September 22, 2019 Fluke anglers looking for something else to catch The fluke season is closed in N. Y. and N. J., so anglers who had been chasing the elusive (at least in keeper size) flatfish will have to seek another species. The inshore forecast for Sunday is west winds at 5-10 knots before increasing to 10-15 in the afternoon.
Posted on September 20, 2019 Last day for NJ NY fluke It s all over but the shouting for fluke anglers in both N. J. and N. Y. Saturday as that s the last day fluke may be retained, though surfcasters will be catching some while fishing for other species probably into November. The Big Mohawk from Belmar will be going out with a blast as there will be a 50 pool tomorrow for those wishing to participate.