The end of the tide into the change has been the best fishing the past couple of days, once the current got ripping, the bite slowed down. Unlike last week where the harder the current, the better the bite.
Took a ride and same story, plenty of readings with some bluefish biting the eels. CDATA a. cmp shareicontextlink text-decoration none line-height 20px height 20px color 3B5998 font-size 11px font-family arial, sans-serif padding 2px 4px 2px 20px border 1px solid CAD4E7 cursor pointer background url( static.
Atlantic Highlands porgy fishing October 19 19 October 2017 Capt. Tom We have been making both morning and afternoon trips the past few days and enjoying nice weather and good porgy fishing. The forecast is looking good so came make a trip and enjoy the weather and the good porgy fishing.
I joined Capt. Joe Massa on his My Three Sons from Morgan Marina for a Saturday morning trip to the Hudson that produced a 33 1 2-pound striper for me right away before we added about 10 releases of bass over 28 inches plus a few big bluefish after going though two dozen eels The Sea Hunter from Atlantic Highlands had a good catch of bass and blues in the Hudson that day, but fishing there on Sunday produced only a few, and George Cullen boated the only striper on Wednesday. Chuck Many of Annandale ran his Ty Man from Gateway Marina in Highlands up there Wednesday with Nellie Greer of Bethlehem, Pa., Alex Katyan from Clinton Twp., and me as we ended up totaling 15 striper releases, including 11 keepers up to about 20 pounds on eels and sandworms, plus 15 weakfish up to 27 1 2 inches on sandworms, six blues, four porgies, a few little sea bass, and a hickory shad caught casting under birds in Raritan Bay.
4 spots sat 10 21 Blackfish seabass Details Created on Thursday, 19 October 2017 20 32 Written by Capt. Ron We have 4 spots left this Saturday 10 21 for blackfish porgies 125 person. Blackfish dates are also available as well.
10 18 UPDATE STRIPED BASS STARTS SAT 10 21 SAILING 7 30AM-2 30PM We don't get out everyday, more often than not, due to lack of angler participation. With such good catches of porgies, freezers are full and anglers are asking for a change, so as of SATURDAY 10 21, WE WILL BE STRIPED BASS FISHING 7 30AM-2 30PM.
Today we ran our 6 am open boat Tog trip and we fished one drop all day, with a few wiggles around the piece. We will be sailing open boat and charters out of Brooklyn till we return back to NJ on nov 15 th.