After having good striper jigging yesterday under windy conditions, Capt. Rob Semkewyc was looking forward to a big catch today on his Sea Hunter from Atlantic Highlands in good weather. After running around all day, the catch consisted of one short striper, a herring, a sea robin, and a couple of dogfish.
Today the seas were dead, no life at all except for pods of bait with no hungry stripers around. We looked everywhere but they weren't feeding today We caught one short striper a herring a sea robin and a couple dogfish.
12-7-17 A little improvement from yesterday,caught some fish in each area we fished but still not as good as it should be,weather was great again and tomorrow looks good as well so we should do even better. see ya tomorrow.
Didn t find any decent life until very late in the day where we were able to pick at a few shorts and a keeper here and there. Friday Blackfish Report 11 24 Had a tough day out there today with a great crew.
Atlantic Highlands blackfishing December 7 07 December 2017 Capt. Tom We decided not to fish the past two days due to the weather but we were out today fishing for blackfish. Ben made sure those that only caught shorts went home with a blackfish for dinner.
We did get our asses kicked and it wasn't easy fishing, between the drift being fast and rolling around but we put a catch together with some nice size stripers. Here is some of today's catch, See you soon, Capt. Rob
CAA Action Alert from Paul Haertel The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (ASMFC) and the Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Council (MAFMC) will have a joint meeting in Annapolis, Maryland from December 11 th to December 14 th to discuss a number of fisheries issues, especially fluke on December 12th and sea bass on December 13. In addition to having a presence at the meeting the JCAA will send detailed comments on fluke and sea bass to the above web link.