We finished up our striper trips on May 19, and began drum trips for about ten days and have no begun our daily sea bass trips. We will be sea bass fishing until the season closes on June 19th, and then we will begin our daily 8 hour fluke trips.
We bounced around again today picking some nice sea bass on each spot,Actually had some really nice readings on some spots but the fish were very cold and they were sluggish to jump on the baits. So while we did not catch as many keepers as I would like to see it was good to see the fish keep moving in,we also had some nice winter flounders,a codfish and some other exotics.
Atlantic Highlands fluke fishing May 29 29 May 2016 Capt. Tom We have been making all of our morning and afternoon trips the past few days. Sometimes we have more action on the morning trip and sometimes the afternoon trip is better.
05 29 2016 Capt. Paul had the Dana Newcomb charter on board today. Along with Dana were Steve, Doug, Zachary, Kaye Aimee, This was the groups first ever attempt to catch a Striper and after yesterday's great fishing expectations were high.
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Tom Hollywood, Sr., Staten Island, NY, had a RED HOT hand early this morning and had his legal limit up to 5 pounds 11 ounces by 9 10 AM!!!Our lady anglers have represented well the past couple of days with Cynthia Soriano, Mahwah, NJ, taking the pool with a 6 pound 1 ounce fish that just beat out a 5 pound 14 ounce fish caught by Larry White, Riverdale, NJ.