Unfortunately, they won t be getting out tomorrow, and Sunday is questionable. Frank Huza of Aberdeen made the trip south to IBSP yesterday morning, and released a 26-inch striper while casting a Ava 27 with green tail plus a teaser.
Had Nick Honachefsky back for another TV shoot, this time we focused on stripers. Had mates Willy and Nick on as well and we got on the stripers early and put on a light tackle clinic all with the Savage Gear Eels.
We had all our slots (stripers between 24 and 28 inches) on the first drift and a few fish over 28 the rest of the day it was catch and release except for some bigger fish that we kept throughout the day we ended up with 14 stripers over 28 inches and a slot for everyone for dinner. Here are some pics See you soon, Capt. Rob This was the fish finder most of the day
At Atlantic Highlands, I didn t see the Fishermen s report from yesterday when they fished in cold, windy conditions for a super bite. There weren t as many 28-inch bass today, but they ended up with 14 of the bigger fish in the boat.
That may make the Between the Channels area that was loaded with stripers fishable, and the Sea Hunter from At antic Highlands will be giving it a try the next two days. Vinniy D Anton reports that the cold and continuing large swells kept most surfcasters home, but conditions should be better tomorrow after all the west wind we ve had to reduce the seas.