Atlantic Highlands porgy fishing September 9 09 September 2017 Capt. Tom It was another day of good porgy fishing on both trips today. We are half day fishing for porgies everyday making two trips (8am to 12 30 and 1 30 to 6pm).
They moved offshore to catch dolphin before anchoring at night for tuna that didn't show -- though there were two stripped reels at 5 a. m. Finishing up with dolphin produced lots of action with fish up to 15 pounds. There wasn't much doing in Point Pleasant Canal for casters this morning, but I saw one blue of about 8 pounds caught, while I lost a similar blue on a 6-inch Tsunami Shad.
September 9th, 2017 Fluke Sea Bass Charters Due to the weather, this afternoons trip has been cancelled. OUR AFTERNOON TRIPS SAIL DAILY FOR FLUKE AND SEA BASS FROM 4 30 P. M. 8 30 P. M. JOIN US AS WE BOTTOM FISH AND MAMMAL WATCH AND THEN CATCH THE MOST STUNNING SUNSET THAT WILL TAKE YOUR BREATH AWAY.
Today, we fished northeast of shark river inlet and we drifted and jigged blues. We had excellent readings paved along the bottom on the hills and rocks. Fishing died out midday but overall, it was another excellent day of blue fishing! Ava 27's, both plain and tailed, worked best.
August gave us great fishing inshore with lots of fish coming over the rail and keeper fluke along with black sea bass, bluefish, squid and mackerel on every trip. For the next few weeks Captain John says he will be fishing for porgies, bluefish, and bonito inshore while looking for sharks, tuna and mahi offshore.