Didn't get our limit today but everyone still had a good time and hopefully Monday is a little better for us 6 12 - Monday early boat limit Today we had out Jeff Mari Ginni and bob. 6 17 - Saturday early boat limit Today we had out Carl and his crew for our final seabass trip of this very short season.
6-21-17 We had a very nice day and very good fluke fishing,nice spread of fish around the boat and the guys who were dialed in with the jigs and teasers limited out easily. good day out,doing it again tomorrow!!
Atlantic Highlands fluke fishing June 20 20 June 2017 Capt. Tom Made both morning and afternoon trips again today. We are half day fishing for fluke everyday making two trips (8am to 12 30 and 1 30 to 6pm).
The Miss Belmar Princess is the largest, fastest and cleanest fishing boat in Belmar. With Miss Belmar s 3 engines and a total of 2,100 horsepower, she is the first boat to the fishing grounds every day and we guarantee it.
That big swell and dirty water after days of strong south winds plus last evening's downpour had a negative effect on both turnout and the fishing. Though there were no stripers in Shark River, the water was clear despite the downpour last evening, and a big blue hit his Chug Bug.
Jun 20 2017 6 19 FLUKE REPORT OPEN BOAT TRIPS THIS WEEK MORNING TRIPS- Wed, Thurs Fri at 2 30am to 2 30pm AFTERNOON TRIPS- Wed, Thurs Fri at 5pm to 9pm also Sat Sun 4pm to 8 30pm 6 19 FLUKE REPORT- Hey everyone we have been out on every trip since the weekend and the fishing was about the same. Thanks Capt. Mike ALSO REMEMBER THE TICKETS ARE ON SAIL NOW FOR OUR FISHING FIREWORKS TRIP ON JULY 3RD LEAVING AT 5PM THE MACYS FIREWORKS IN NEW YORK HARBOR JULY 4TH.
We will find out Thursday afternoon on our next Striper trip. If we catch Thursday we will do a few more afternoon Striper trips, If not It will concentrate on the Fluke twice daily for the rest of the summer and go back to the Stripers in the fall.
6-20-17 Beautiful day out there,was a big ground swell left over from the storms but still a nice day. We ended up finding some life in about 40-60 ft. of water today,a handful of keeper flukes,some nice sea bass and some short life so it was a good start considering the swell we had.