There were a lot of disappointed surfcasters along Monmouth and northern Ocean County beaches today as there was no repeat of Saturday's striper action in schools of peanut bunkers. Capt. Ron Santee found a few stripers from 16 to 23 pounds on his Fishermen, and ended up catching a few bass in the ocean at the end of the trip.
Plan was to Striper for him, then Kim to check out NYC. Got to the grounds and limited quickly under the birds with Kim catching her first Striper ever Made a beeline to downtown and took some pictures on the way.
Atlantic Highlands bottom fishing October 29 29 October 2016 Capt. Tom After a couple days of not fishing we made our 3 4 bottom fishing trip today. We are bottom fishing everyday leaving at 7 30 and returning between 2 30 and 3pm.
10 29 16 Long time Bounty Hunter supporter Keith Frederick was on board today. Rounding out Keith's crew were Rick, Jefferey, Krystof Keith T. Paul fished a little deeper today and had no problem finding the life.
October 29, 2016 10-29-16 Nice day to be fishing, we had action all around the rail, some had close to their limit , the short sea bass we also hungry today. Tomorrow looks like another nice fishing day, see you in the morning, we live at 7 30 am Posted by Captain Cal II at 5 46 PM Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest
Weigh-ins at Castaways Tackle in Point Pleasant included a 22 1 2-pounder plugged by Bob Seadome of Jamesburg a 16 3 4-pounder on metal for John Riden of Brick a 15-pounder plugged by Mark Belucco of Tuckerton an 11 1 2-pounder on metal by John Longo of Brick and a 10 3 4-pounder on metal by Paul Thacker of Point Pleasant on metal. At Seaside Park, Betty Nick's reported Tom Egolf fished north of Island Beach State Park Friday night to catch stripers up to 30 inches, but after breakfast he got into six bass up to 45 inches on pencil poppers when bass drove big bunkers inshore.