The species that create great inshore angler interest at this time are either out of season (fluke sea bass) or greatly restricted (one blackfish a day), but bottom fishing action for porgies, triggerfish and that one tog has been great -- while chumming for bonito and chub mackerel provides fine surface action most days. John Haugen Memorial 20 Entry fee (per angler)1st Place - 5002nd Place - 3003rd Place - 200(Based on 50 Entries) 10 Weakfish Calcutta - 10 Bluefish Calcutta - 10 Fluke CalcuttaAll Species are Catch and Release with length and pictureSaturday - Sunday, September 16, 2017 thru September 17, 2017Tournament ends with a BBQ at Captains Marina at 3 00 on Sunday, Sept 17Captain's Meeting Friday, September 15, 2017 at 6 00 pm at Great Kills Bait Tackle4044 Hylan Blvd, Staten Island, NY 10308We will be hosting a 50 50 raffleProceeds of the raffle will go to benefit the Scholarship fundFor Information Call Walter Fisher (917) 375-7607 or Chris Beinert - (973) 634-7764
Sep 13 2017 9 12 EXCELLENT PORGY FISHING Hey everyone the porgy fishing has been excellent every trip with nice fish. When the water cools off late October and the fall bass run starts we are going to switch over to Striper fishing during the day and maybe also do some afternoon trips.
OUR AFTERNOON TRIPS SAIL DAILY FOR FLUKE AND SEA BASS FROM 4 30 P. M. 8 30 P. M. JOIN US AS WE BOTTOM FISH AND MAMMAL WATCH AND THEN CATCH THE MOST STUNNING SUNSET THAT WILL TAKE YOUR BREATH AWAY. The Miss Belmar Princess is the largest, fastest and cleanest fishing boat in Belmar.
Vinny D'Anton of Wall had a great Monday casting into Shark River as stripers started rolling on the change of tide and he was able to release a 26-incher on a popper before catching 13 more small bass on the Storm Searchbait jig. Chuck Many of Annandale took his son Tyler with his girl friend Keri Boyle plus her family out on a sightseeing and fishing trip Sunday to the Hudson River aboard Ty Man from Gateway Marina in Highlands as Kaye, Chris and Karen Boyle helped release two stripers up to 33 inches, and a 27-inch weakfish, small sea bass and porgies, and a legal fluke.