Posted on November 13, 2020 No lack of stripers There were no reports yesterday except from Chuck Many who got out before the rain and released large stripers from his Ty Man out of Highlands It was a different story today as the Sea Hunter from Atlantic Highlands got out to fill a boat limit of slot stripers quickly while falling just a couple short of 28-inch plus bass along with a bunch of blues. Blackfish season opens Nov, 16 with five tog at a 15-inch minimum.
They got on some active fish early and capitalized while they could and had an action packed hour or two with fish all over on the surface. All fish were caught on casting lutes with the hottest lure being the Salt Pursuit metal lip.
The following report from Capt. Rob Semkewyc of the Sea Hunter from Atlantic Highlands sums it up as follows SEA HUNTER VETERANS DAY BOAT LIMIT Those of you who thought about coming today and did not because of the forecast your gonna kick yourself in the . Today was Excellent lots of Stripers .
Posted on November 11, 2020 Berger makes a fine fly rod striper release Capt. Gene Berger was a pioneering fly rod charter skipper fishing out of Brielle when I moved my center console from Montauk to Point Pleasant. At Atlantic Highlands, Capt. Rob Semkewyc reported a good day of striper fishing on his Sea Hunter plus the first big blues in a long time.
Dave Lilly has been struggling to catch one or two bass on bunker spoons despite all the bass he sees and records, but this morning he went further back in the bay and released seven that were in the upper teens to the lower twenties in weight. Allen Riley fished the Sandy Hook surf from 5-8 Friday morning under perfect conditions with no sign of fish or bait.