REST OF JULY S SCHEDULE FOR OPEN BOAT LADY M CHARTERS SAILING FROM SANDY HOOK BAY MARINA HIGHLANDS N. J LADYMCHARTERS GMAIL. COM CAPT. STEVE 1-917-822-6770 7-10 EXTENDED OCEAN FLUKE TRIP 6 AM TO 4 PM SPOTS OPEN 7-11 MUDHOLE WRECK TRIP 5 AM TO 5 PM 4 SPOTS OPEN 7-16 OCEAN FLUKE 2 SPOTS OPEN 7-17 18TH OCEAN FLUKE SPOTS AVAILABLE 7-23RD OCEAN FLUKE 6 A. M SPOTS AVAILABLE 7-25 OCEAN FLUKE 6 A. M SPOTS AVAILABLE 7-29TH OCEAN FLUKE 6 AM 3 SPOTS OPEN 7-30 31ST OCEAN FLUKE 6 A. M ALL BAIT AND TACKLE INCLUDED IN THE FARE SIX PASSENGERS MAX
Capt. Stan Zagleski said fluking started slowly this morning on his Elaine B. II from Bahrs in Highlands due to wind against tide,- but big fluke were featured when wind and tide got together. He heard it was better at Sea Girt Reef, but I talked to a boater at Castaway's Tackle in Point Pleasant this morning who was there that day and only saw one short fluke brought up in a big fleet.
We fished in the Reach channel and had good action all morning with a lot of shorts and the most keepers for a trip so far this year. On the afternoon trip the action was just as good with shorts and a good number of keepers.
Capt. Ryan Bogan reports Saturday afternoon fluking on Jamaica II from Brielle produced some limits of fluke and sea bass, with many fluke in the 3-to-5-pound class. Almost everyone on Elaine B. II from Bahrs n Highlands had a keeper, and catches ranged up to four, which is what John Vanderstad of Pompton Lakes had -- including the 5 1 8-pound pool winner.