Do you have any idea what kind of whale this might have been And what was so surprising was where this took place and at 9 30 on a Saturday morning with boat traffic and fishing lines all over the area. Do you have any idea what kind of whale this might have been And what was so surprising was where this took place and at 9 30 on a Saturday morning with boat traffic and fishing lines all over the area.
Before calling it a day we decided to jig for a bit and made a good call with the guys releasing another 2 unders and boxing an over taping out at 48 1 2 . CDATA a. cmp shareicontextlink text-decoration none line-height 20px height 20px color 3B5998 font-size 11px font-family arial, sans-serif padding 2px 4px 2px 20px border 1px solid CAD4E7 cursor pointer background url( static.
FISHERMEN End of the Weekend Report Finally had one hell of a busy week, weather was great and the fishing was good. Everyone on my Charters let me decide what is best for the day, a very smart decision as we ended up catching loads of Sea Bass, some ling, winter flounder Fluke.
Sunday Fishing Report July 14, 2019 Very nice day today with an allstar cast Fluke were chewing. Loads of fish coming up,shorts yes bit mixed in nice shots of keepers Check some pics out Tomorrow looks great Come on down
There was not much of a drift yesterday but we managed to pick most of the day with a few keepers mixed in. Today the conditions were better and so was the action and a few more keepers then yesterday.
Atlantic Highlands fluke fishing July 13 13 July 2019 Capt. Tom It was a nice day and we made both morning and afternoon trips. On the afternoon trip he short action was better then the morning and we had some more keepers.
The Miss Belmar Princess is sailing daily for blues, stripers and sea bass from 7 30 a. m. 2 30 p. m. and every afternoon for fluke sea bass from 4 30 p. m. 8 30 p. m. The Royal Miss Belmar is sailing daily for fluke and sea bass from 7 30 a. m. 12 00 p. m.
Posted on July 13, 2019 Party boats set bluefin tuna trips The bluefin tuna bite on the mid-range grounds off New Jersey s northern Shore has been productive for private and charter boats, but party boats are also getting into the act since NMFS has made it possible for them to keep a few tuna. The Queen Mary from Point Pleasant had a trip last week during which they were hooking tuna up to 100 pounds on jigs by 8 30 a. m.