Posted on June 3, 2021 Some good fluke news Unusually cold spring water temperatures have been good for striped bass fishing, and certainly haven t hurt the sea bass bite, but there were no good fluke reports coming in until the Elaine B. II from Highlands got into lots of shorts and many limits Wednesday. The Star Fish with Captain Carl Sheppard and mates Jon and Max had a local family out for a day of active bottom fishing.
Stop by our Facebook page and check out a few photos from today!SAILING EVERY DAY FOR SEA BASS!4PM-10PM FOR SEA BASS AND LING!WE WILL CONTINUE DOING THIS EVERY SATURDAY AFTEROON!WE WILL START FLUKE FISHING ON JUNE 23RD!
See photo below, Capt. Ron Santee Jr. continues to enjoy good sea bass fishing on his Fishermen along with some ling up to 4 pounds along plus a few winter flounder. The Golden Eagle from Belmar reported continued hot sea bass action today plus ling and a few whiting but there was no mention of the tuna they saw the day before.
We hammered on the sea bass again,some real quality fish to,guys jigging again did some real damage but we also caught em on bait as well High hooks had double limits easily plus which was good because some people struggle to get a limit so they got helped out . Check out some pics,tomorrow is great day to come and fish Crowd will be very light because of some rain showers we are going to get So come down,rain or shine we are gonna nail some sea bass,we also had a few nice fluke,big ling and other exotics today .