Beautiful weather and drifting conditions today in the same area gave the guys and gals GOOD fishing with lots of short action and nice keepers to go around. Bucktails, spros, gulps, natural baits etc., all produced their share of keepers today.
Roy Williams limit Fluke and Seabass to 7 pounds Bruce Casagrande limit of Fluke and Seabass with Fluke up to 7 lbs Carla Winestead Washington NJ limit Fluke and Seabass Frank Pogue limit Fluke and Seabass to 6 1 2 pounds three trips this week. Half Day Fluke and Seabass everyday except Monday 8 am and 2 pm All Day Fluke and Seabass Marathons every Monday 7 30 am Extended Fluke Marathons 6am departure Sept 5,12,19 and 25 Capt Ryan Jamaica II
It started slow our first couple couple of drifts but got better as the morning went on with some keepers and shorts coming up. We had much better life this afternoon with shorts and some keepers coming up!
The first blue marlin to make the 400-pound minimum in the MidAtlantic at Cape May and Ocean City, Md. was weighed by Anthony De Marco of South Brunswick from his Fantasea at 432 pounds. There were 135 boats out of the 157-boat field fishing in fine weather Wednesday as white marlin were abundant.
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August 24, 2016 8-24-16 Today we had some decent action around the rail with both keepers and short fluke keeping you busy, and also quality sea bass to put in your cooler. Some had 3-4 keepers others had 1-2 to put in their coolers, some had short fluke only.
With fine offshore weather, 88 of the 157 boats entered fished on Tuesday. New Jersey boats were represented on the leaderboard as Brian Crudeli's Reel Addiction from Pemberton took second in white marlin at 65 pounds Adam Youschak's Reelin Feelin had a 76-pound yellowfin for third in tuna and Stan Hitchner's Pez Machine from Banegat Light could be one of the big winners with its first place 230-pound bigeye tuna that's currently worth 419,503.