Vetere can be contacted at 917 693-8908 Party boats have been having a hard time getting hits from the many stripers they ve been marking, but there were good reports of feeding schooliies in the bay before the winds got too strong. The west winds have been fine for surfcasters who have been picking away at mostly short stripers on clams while hoping to get into blasts of newly-arrived jumbo blues on poppers or any other lures cast to them.
Posted on April 30, 2021 Good news for tuna anglers NOAA Fisheries is adjusting Atlantic bluefin tuna daily retention limits for recreationalfishermen. What is changing Limit per Vessel per Day Trip Adjusted Retention Limit per Vessel per Day TripPrivate vessels with a HighlyMigratory Species (HMSAngling category permit 2 school bluefin tuna (27 to
The worst part is my buddy Joe from the charter boat Little Hawk called me at 7 10 this morning, and said Come on The Stripers are all over the top eating Jigs and Shads That's just par for the course the way this season has started. Sunday looks good so get ready hopefully its the start for the jig and bait bite, I'm tired of hearing these great reports the one thing they don't mention is they are trolling.
The shame of it was that so few anglers showed up at Atlantic Highlands this morning that boats couldn t get out when the charter boat Little Hawk from that port reported bass on top and hitting lures at 7 40 a. m. in Raritan Bay. His son, Capt. Nick, was casting topwater lures in Barnegat Bay this morning along with a friend and catching school stripers that were mostly from 18 to 24 inches, but included some from 24 to 28 inches.