August 6, 2016 8-6-16 What a difference a day makes, from the first drift we had keeper fluke coming over the rail, we continued to have a steady pick. Kirk from Cherry Hill N. J. had four keepers and Terry from Middleton N. J. three keepers,they had a split pool with fluke weighing 5 lbs 10 oz.
You won't see John De Bona's name in the results, as we experienced poor fishing at several spots from Ambrose to Jamaica Bay We fished with David Schnall of Montville on his 28-foot Regulator from Gateway Marina in Highlands, along with Rich Dunn of Brick and Austin Perelli from Brooklyn. Very few fluke were coming into the Gateway Marina weigh-in, but the one at Jersey City had a late spurt with good fluke catches coming in from nearby areas in Hudson River -- which also produced an early doormat.
8-5-16 Nice day to start but not as good of a chew like we had yesterday,high hook did have 4 nice keepers but overall not as many keepers as yesterday to go around. but either way it was a nice day out.
Atlantic Highlands fluke fishing August 5 05 August 2016 Capt. Tom Made both morning and afternoon trips again today. On the morning trip we tried different areas and could not find good drifting conditions.
Ten year old Andrew Lipinski, Washington, NJ, showed all of the veterans how it is done by taking the pool!We would like to thank EVERYONE, including Tony THE FLUKEMAN and Loraine, Ernie, Mel and Ken, Michelle and John, Joe and Cathy, Jack, Pete, and Dr John who supplied FIVE STAR culinary treats to the entire gang for our annual August 6 gala (held on the 5th this year because of the weekend) as well as to everyone else--you know who you are- who made this year's bash second to none!!