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5/15/17 We had the past few days off with the wind but the weather for the rest of the week looks GREAT and we will get back to fishing daily starting tomorrow and will continue to fish for the striped bass and blues until the fluke season opens!! See you in the morning.

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  • 2017-05-24 Seahawk Sandy Hook

     Not sailing May 25th for fluke Hey everyone due to the weather tomorrow we are going to delay our opening day for fluke til Friday. Hope to see you Friday, Saturday Sunday.

  • 2017-05-22 Dorothy B Atlantic Highlands

    Sat and Sunday were not good for us with no keeper bass and very little action on shorts. Anglers did hook 6 short fluke, which went back not only as they were undersize, but the season is closed.

  • 2017-05-21 Ocean Explorer Belmar

    We just did it for this weekend,tomorrow and tuesday and wednesday we will be bottom fishing all day for ling and winter flounder,also some codfish. and Friday sea bass opens up so we will start fishing for sea bass all day!!!
  • 2017-05-21 Seahawk Sandy Hook

    May 21 2017 5 21 Fishing Report Hey everyone today we had out Garden State Landscaping from Monroe and had a pick of big blues up to 15lbs. Remember to get your bucktails gulp ready for this Thursday May 25th when FLUKE SEASON OPENS and we will be sailing OPEN BOAT Thursday, Friday Saturday Sunday at 7 30am to 2 30pm Also AFTERNOON FLUKE trips this week will be Thursday - Friday 5pm to 9pm Saturday - Sunday 4pm to 8 30pm See you soon.
  • 2017-05-18 Atlantic Star Atlantic Highlands

    Atlantic Highlands stripe bass and bluefish May 18 18 May 2017 Capt. Tom Another nice day and we made both morning and afternoon trips today. On the morning trip we had no bass but again everyone had fun catching bluefish. Of course we will start fluke fishing on opening day.

  • 2017-05-16 Ristori Bay Head

    The New Jersey Marine Fisheries Council will be meeting in Avalon tomorrow afternoon to select an option for the 2017 fluke season. Striper trolling was a lot better just before the storm, as the Canyon Runner from Point Pleasant made two trips Friday that produced limits from a total of 48 big bass up to a 49-pounder.

  • 2017-05-15 ElaineB Highlands

    We had the past few days off with the wind but the weather for the rest of the week looks GREAT and we will get back to fishing daily starting tomorrow. will continue to fish for the striped bass and blues until the fluke season opens!! 

  • 2017-05-13 ElaineB Highlands

    We had the same fishing as the rest of the fleet this past week with plenty of jumbo bluefish each day along with striped bass mixed in to spice the catch. We will continue to fish daily, when the weather allows, until the start of the fluke season.

  • 2017-01-27 Ristori Bay Head

    Despite the relatively short notice of a weekday morning rally at a time of year when many anglers (including me) are on vacation in warmer climes, Paul Haertel of the JCAA counted about 300 on hand to hear DEP Commissioner Bob Martin detail the potential economic disaster that a 19-inch fluke minimum and short season would ensure for Shore party and charter boats plus tackle shops. Martin assured the crowd that the DEP is doing everything possible to retain status quo regulations pending a new baseline stock assessment that many experts feel will show the summer flounder population is in much better shape than outdated estimates suggest.

  • 2017-01-26 Ristori Bay Head

    Fluke won't be coming inshore along the N. J. Shore for several months, but the effort to to save that season is winding into high gear during the 10 a. m. Friday public press conference by DEP Commissioner Bob Martin at Fisherman's Supply, 69 Channel Drive, Point Pleasant Beach. Yet, they will not be able to maintain that stand unless the ASMFC accepts status quo as an option when they meet next month in Kitty Hawk, N. C. Martin wrote a letter to the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commissioner this week in which he noted that the proposed regulations amount to a a defacto moratorium on summer flounder for the recreational fishing industry in New Jersey He further states that it threatens to jeopardize businesses such as bait and tackle shops and party and charter boats that cater to recreational anglers.

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