Marilyn Jean IV NY Fishing ReportsFishing Reports New York NY, Striped Bass, Sea Bass, Fluke, Porgies, Blackfish, Ling , Cod !report list width 560px top 145px background FFFFFF padding 15px font-size 12px Reports May 28, 2016May 28, 2016Fishing ReportsWe have been starting off the day inshore fishing for Porgy's, then moving a little deeper where catches of Ling and Cod have been good.
Bluefish continued to cooperate in the bay, and both the Fishermen and Sea Hunter from Atlantic Highlands reported plenty of big blues for all despite the fact that most were hooked on rental rods by people not used to fighting such large fish. Scott Leadbeater from Haddon Heights fished his center console out of Atlantic Highlands in the back of the bay Friday afternoon, but it was all blues -- and the south wind that came up made for a rough trip back.
Today is our first day out this season fishing for Fluke and I happy to say that fishing is good. it ended up being a very nice day out on the ocean today, and we had a pretty good opening day of fluke.
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5-27-16 We started out pretty nice this morning,but the southerly came up in the afternoon and it blew up a little on the way home,fishing today I thought was a bit slower than we saw the past few days,the guys jigging caught most of the fish,lots of thowbacks with some keepers mixed in but the water and fish were very cold and I noticed the bait fishermen had it a little slower than the past few days. Had some fluke including a nice 22 fish mixed in along with some ling and a few winter flounder to.
Atlantic Highlands fluke fishing May 27 27 May 2016 Capt. Tom Made both morning and afternoon trips again today. On the afternoon trip we did not have the short action like yesterday or this morning and did not catch as many keepers.