Capt. Rob Semkewyc of the Sea Hunter from Atlantic Highlands called to report such a hot bite that the boat limit of keepers was filled by 10 a. m. with many bass released. The Jamaica from Brielle made their first giant sea bass trip of the fall on the weekend, and had a boat limit of sea bass plus porgies and bluefish.
We played catch and release for the rest of the day hoping to get enough bonus fish for everyone. The fish were hungry all day and we left them biting Here are some pics, a small portion of today's catch, See you soon, Capt. Rob.
Had regulars Jeremy back with son Xavier and new customer Santiago with son Andrew, started out under the birds and Casted shads for our under limits to 40 inches and released over 20 fish. Went on the hunt for over fish, but no luck released another Dozen or so fish to 40 inches.
November 12th, 2017 Stripers Blues Charters This morning, we came out of the inlet and there were nothing but hundreds of boats trying to fish for stripers. Both boats ended up with around a couple dozen of fish a piece by the end of the day.
Up and down fishing today with lots of good size Porgy s and decent size Sea Bass coming up. We will start fishing for Blackfish on Thursday so there is only a couple of days left for us for Sea Bass and Porgy s!
The Sea Hunter from Atlantic Highlands reported marking plenty of bass, but the bite was way off from Saturday when the very cold weather reduced the fleet though it didn't really interfere with fishing for party boat anglers. The Angler from Atlantic Highlands had one drop fishing for porgies on Saturday, along with some tog on crabs and sea bass on both clams and crabs.