Dawn and the South River Gang which included Captain Carl were aboard for a hot one today. It was just weird today, we landed about 60 shorts which was slower than the last few days and only managed a handful of keepers.
Though I still haven t been able to find any official results of Saturday s Raritan Bay Anglers Club Fluke Tournament on their website or facebook, I was able to get a couple of photos and names from Capt. Pete Santero. Ironically, that giant doormat would have just been a teaser in the Grandpa Savino Memorial Tournament coning up on Saturday as the 25,000 prize is for the largest fluke over 13 pounds.
Do you have any idea what kind of whale this might have been And what was so surprising was where this took place and at 9 30 on a Saturday morning with boat traffic and fishing lines all over the area. Do you have any idea what kind of whale this might have been And what was so surprising was where this took place and at 9 30 on a Saturday morning with boat traffic and fishing lines all over the area.
Atlantic Highlands fluke fishing July 15 15 July 2019 Capt. Tom Made both morning and afternoon trips again today. The short action was not as good as the morning trip but we ended up with more keepers.
Joe the Plumber fishing in the bow had the hot hand with 3 nice keepers and plenty of shorts for the action. Ended the day with 20 plus keepers and a bunch of shorts, couple ling and just a couple Sea Bass.
Once the wind backed the guys had got into some good jig fishing landing and releasing another 10 unders to 43 while losing a few others, before calling it a day for a nice ride home !CDATA a. cmp shareicontextlink text-decoration none line-height 20px height 20px color 3B5998 font-size 11px font-family arial, sans-serif padding 2px 4px 2px 20px border 1px solid CAD4E7 cursor pointer background url( static.
With all of this heat and humidity, both the Miss Belmar Princess and the Royal Miss Belmar have fully air conditioned cabins if you want to stay cool in this summer heat The Miss Belmar Princess is sailing daily for blues, stripers and sea bass from 7 30 a. m. 2 30 p. m. and every afternoon for fluke sea bass from 4 30 p. m. 8 30 p. m. The Royal Miss Belmar is sailing daily for fluke and sea bass from 7 30 a. m. 12 00 p. m.