Lots of boat traffic today did not bother the fish with many quality keepers and quite a few between 6 and 7 pounds. I got pictures of the gallery fish and a few of the limits but netting and fileting were 1 priority today!!
Capt. Rob Semkewyc changed his Sea Hunter from that port to fluking after running a Friday livelining trip that produced five stripers up to 32 pounds. Capt. Dave De Gennaro didn't have any luck trolling up to Seaside on Friday afternoon with his Hi Flier from Barnegat, but backtracked to Oyster Creek Channel where his party went two for four on hits from 14-pound stripers that hit clams.
Jun 11 2016 Friday 6 10 Evening Fluke Friday 6 10 Evening Fluke- Last night we had a nice crowd onboard for the 5pm trip. I know of some people planing to come down tonight for the 4pm trip so just give me a call later on around 1-2 o'clock to see how the weather is.
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With the conditions the same as yesterday, we decided to fish down the beach again. Capt. Dan is starting to see more Bass each night now, last nights trip produced 14 fish between the keepers and Shorts in all that wind!
The Jamaica from Brielle reported catching some small blues outside the inlet this morning before moving to a school of bunkers that had stripers up to 40 pounds under it. That was in contrast to Thursday when only a few small blues were picked before a last effort at stripers produced a school of bass under bunkers that resulted in a catch of linesiders to 40 pounds on bunkers, Crocs, and the new Run-Off Casting Mo-Jo.