Atlantic Highlands bottom fishing October 24 24 October 2016 Capt. Tom After not fishing the past few days due to weather we made our 3 4 day bottom fishing today. It was only a pick and most of the seabass were shorts but everyone had a few keepers to take home for dinner.
October 24, 2016 10-24-16 Lot's of fishing activity, the sea bass were hungry we had some quality sea bass keepers come over the rail, the shorties were extra hungry today and kept you active, in the mix were porgies and trigger fish. black fish being taken home.
Fishing was pretty similiar to the previous days,it was drop and reel fishing on alot of the drops but you had to weed through alot of shorts to get keepers,Most everyone did and went home with some nice sea bass for dinner,had some nice porgies and some triggers and blowfish as well. it was fun,alot of life out there kept the rod bent all day.
Roy Williams Phila., PaDave Nelson TrentonRay Bryant So OrangeTucker James and Tom Paige Phila, PaCurtis Watson Bristol, Pa Just a few that had limits on Seabass to 4 pounds No limits on Porgies this weekend but that should break wide open this week This is the fishing everybody has been waiting for since last fall - LETS GET EM'Offshore Seabass this week 10 hour - 7 30 am Oct 25,26,27 Nov 3,7,10 and 143 4 Day - 7 30 am Oct 28, 31, Nov 1. 9 Super Offshore 12 Hour - Oct 30th Nov 4,6,11,13,20 BR 14 HOUR --- every Saturday 3 AM ---starts Oct 29th No reservations needed but recommended for 4 or more
Capt. Ron Santee said there were lots of shorts with the new 13-inch minimum length, but anglers were able to put a catch together on the Fishermen from Atlantic Highlands along with blowfish and porgies -- and the one blackfish presently allowed. The Jamaica from Brielle has openings on canyon trips leaving on Nov. 1 and 3 at 7 a. m. Call 732 528-5014 for reservations.