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  • 2020-09-02 Seahunter Atlantic Highlands

    The seas were angry today my friends. The good news was the seas were starting to get nicer a days end Tomorrows another day.
  • 2020-09-02 Ristori Bay Head

    Posted on September 2, 2020 Offshore Open off to a good start The 40th annual Manasquan River Marlin Tuna Club s Offshore Open doesn t have the huge pay-offs of the White Marlin Open and the MidAtlantic, but the competition is just as intense. I ve gone back to river casting which isn t much better as I managed only a 20-inch striper and a blue of about 5 pounds this morning on a Z Man pearl paddletail.
  • 2020-09-01 Andreas Toy Point Pleasant Beach

    Had John out with buddies Mike, Aaron and Joe to fish the MMRTC tournament against some of the best fishing crews on the east coast. Great time fishing with this crew!
  • 2020-09-01 Ristori Bay Head

    Posted on September 1, 2020 Doormat stripers bail out Ty Man trip Sorry for the late report, but uncooperative fish forced Chuck Many to pull out all his tricks today and once again prove that striper fishing can be good in the N. Y. Harbor area when the conditions are right. Then Many returned to a previously unproductive spot late in the day to put us into three stripers up to a 31-pounder on live bunkers when wind and current were in the same direction after only one bass had been released all day.
  • 2020-08-31 Seahunter Atlantic Highlands

    I will get pics up tomorrow. I will make the decision about Wednesday tomorrow late afternoon.
  • 2020-08-30 Ristori Bay Head

    Posted on August 30, 2020 Fluking isn t easy these days, but it can still be good While I was growing up on Long Island in the 1950s, even beginners could catch a fluke dinner most days by just drifting a killie in protected bays and rivers. There were lots of meaty 15-and-16-inchers in our catch, but the biggest fluke was just 18 inches not even a N. Y. keeper today.
  • 2020-08-29 Ristori Bay Head

    Posted on August 29, 2020 Albacore are an offshore species Every year at this time I have to do a blog trying to straighten out the confusion created by skippers advertising inshore trips for albacore . The common name for the little tunny of false albacore probably came from anglers who had never seen an albacore which was not thought to be available to us before canyon fishing started.
  • 2020-08-28 Seahunter Atlantic Highlands

    Not as good as yesterday, we had action with shorts but more keepers would have been nice, The drift was a little fast with the wind today that always makes it a little harder when you need the heavy sinkers . I think they all work, its just a matter of presentation, you have to bounce your sinker just little bounces on the bottom, you will definitely catch more fish and increase your odds of getting keepers.
  • 2020-08-28 Ristori Bay Head

    A fast drift today resulted in fishing not being as good as yesterday with only one limit taken. The non-stop action included blues, sea bass, Spanish and king mackerel, bonito and little tunny.
  • 2020-08-27 Seahunter Atlantic Highlands

    A much better day today. we had good conditions most of the day today.

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