At Atlantic Highlands, the Sea Hunter should be back after those big stripers that were hooked Sunday, but the Fishermen is sticking with bottom fishing until the school bass arrive. With surfcasting a poor bet in bad weather plus a big swell, Vinny D Anton made several calls about Raritan Bay fishing and had only negative comments as even the small blues under wildly diving birds that used to be so abundant under birds in October have been missing.
Ne winds 20-25 today and into tomorrow It would not be fun. If you want to reserve for the rest of the week you can book online or call or text me 732 291-4468See you soon, Capt. Rob First fish on boat 30 lbs Same guy who caught first fish also landed this 45 lbs
Posted on October 25, 2020 Sea Hunter had a problem stripers too big After two days with only a few stripers on his Sea Hunter from Atlantic Highlands, Capt. Rob Semkewyc said the northeast wind turned the bass on but none of those they caught were small enough to keep. The Golden Eagle from Belmar reported a nasty day at sea today though they did catch some blues and sea bass.
No matter how hard the captains of the Beach Haven Charter Fishing Association wish for the start of the striped bass migration from the north, the warm water temperatures are delaying their arrival. They ended the day with a fish box packed with black sea bass, triggerfish, tautog, and some porgies.