Atlantic Highlands fluke fishing June 4 04 June 2016 Capt. Tom Made both morning and afternoon trips again today. On the afternoon trip the drifting conditions were not as good but we still managed to catch more keepers then the past few days plus some shorts.
All the boat traffic on the STRIPED BASS knocked them down pretty well today so it was tough to catch many of them. Looks like a little rain tomorrow but aside from that it should be fine for fishing and that will probably keep the boat traffic down so see you in the morning.
A few of the guys with easy limits were Tom Hollywood, Sr., Staten Island, NY, Tom Formisano, Bellmawr, NJ, Dave Brink, Middletown, NJ, and Brad Weaver, Bound Brook, NJ. Tom Hollywood, Jr., Staten Island, NY, just missed the pool with a 7 pound 14 ounce fish of his own.
The Ling fishing was a pick with a few real jumbos coming up. COM FISHING HAS BEEN SUPER,ONLY A FEW WEEKS LEFT CALL NOW TO BOOK YOUR TRIP ALSO CALL ABOUT MUDHOLE WRECK TRIPS FOR LING,COD AND JUMBO FLOUNDER June 6th (MONDAY) SEA BASS FEW SPOTS REMAIN JUNE 20TH EXTENDED FLUKE TRIP FEW SPOTS OPEN
Capt. Rob Semkewyc had good bluefish jigging early and late on his Sea Hunter from Atlantic Highlands The hot Friday ocean striper bite wasn't repeated Saturday, though the fortunate few did catch big bass. Capt. Bud Mc Arthur also had no luck with stripers from his Splinter out of Brick, and sea bass fishing wasn't much better while fluke weren't encountered.