But found what we wanted, didn't have half the spread and we had
Our first tuna on the deck a 32 inch bluefin, had another double a
Few minutes later and all went quiet. Decided to head back inshore
Before we got caught by afternoon winds.
The best report today came from the Golden Eagle out of Belmar which reported a super day of fishing for bonito, little tunny and chub mackerel -- along with a 20-to-25-pound yellowfin tuna boated and another lost. Hopefully, those mullet will move out into the ocean after Sunday's east winds to get the fall surf striper run started early.
Put the spread out while we looked around Got covered up with skippies and albies, but had the right readings with them. Started jigging and chunking and Greg hooks up to a nice 35# yft immediately on a jig. Kyle was next and landed his first tuna ever right around 50#.
Yellowfin tuna fishing has turned on again in the canyons. The Canyon Runner from Point Pleasant had the Vince Huffnagel party out this week as 27 big yellowfins were boated in just three hours. At Belmar, the Golden Eagle reported lots of action with chub mackerel plus sea bass, ling, fluke and blues.
Warm summer weather has arrived in Beach Haven, and the fishing action for the captains of the Beach Haven Charter Fishing Association is responding positively. The water temperatures in both the bay and ocean have climbed back to near normal levels, and the summer flounder are responding in a big way. The offshore waters are becoming active with catches of tuna, mahi-mahi, sharks, and billfish becoming more common.
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