07 13 16 We have not been impressed with the fishing in the channel the past couple of days so we checked out some different areas today. The fish turned on well the last couple hours of the day in an area we fished two days ago and we ended up with a catch of fish for the guys.
We have only had a couple of slower trips due to no drift. Thanks Capt. Mike NEXT OPEN BOAT TRIPS THIS WEEK Evening Trips- Wed, Thurs Fri at 5pm to 9pm also Sunday at 4pm to 8 30pm Day Trips- Friday 7 15 Saturday 7 16 at 7 30am to 2 30pmShare Capt. Mike
July 13, 2016 Posted by Captain Cal II at 7 18 PM Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest 7-13-16 The morning started off with keeper fluke coming over the rail, we had decent fishing action all day , along with the sea bass and short fluke keeping you busy. Overall it was a decent day of fishing we leave at 7 30 am, join us for a fun day Posted by Captain Cal II at 6 51 PM Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest
Capt. Ron Santee of the Fishermen from Atlantic Highlands said it took a long time for the current to get started today, and noted that bait in the channel is moving out -- Time to start looking for new areas. Capt. Stan Zagleski did fish areas away from the Reach today, and did well with his Elaine B. II from Bahrs in Highlands.
With the weather conditions took a different heading to avoid a beating, got to the spot And found some good friends, with the early bird doing the most damage,Nice job D!Worked it over and finally got our over with young Nate doing a great job on the rod landing his first tuna with it being 51 inches.
We are open next week and suggest doing a special 12 hour inshore tuna trip departing around 10 30 to 11 00 am and getting back to the dock around 9 00 pm. These are special trips we are offering next week along with normal one that depart around 3 00 am to reach the tuna grounds by 4 30-5 00 am.