Atlantic Highlands fluke fishing July 10 and 11 11 July 2016 Capt. Tom Made both morning and afternoon trips the past two days. On the afternoon trip the drifting conditions improved and the fishing was much better.
July 11, 2016 Posted by Captain Cal II at 6 00 PM Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest 7-11-16 Fishing in the morning started with a slow pick at the keepers, as we started to move around fishing got better, also the drift improved, and we had a better pick ay the keepers, with some sea bass in the mix , also the were a lot of short fluke that kept you busy, some of the group had four keepers some others had less, some had short fluke only. See you in the morning, we leave at 7 30 am Posted by Captain Cal II at 5 59 PM Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest
The power drifting saved us in the keeper department as we had several very nice fish once again. Several guys had 3 and 4 fish each including Tom in the Stern, Tom in the bow, Joe B, Mark, Mike also had two great fish at 6.
Moved on when the current died completely and had more nice fish, including the 8 pound 8 ounce pool winner, on a couple of drifts. Tim Holiday, Tamango, Fl., took the pool with a very nice 8 pound 8 ounce fish!
07 10 2016 Paul had the Mike Lewis Clan on board today for their annual fishing charter. When Mike crew put 50 Ling on ice plus a Legal boat limit of Seabass we called it a day and were back at the dock by 1PM.
July 10, 2016 7-10-16 Today was a slower day of fishing, We had some nice keepers come aboard but not enough to go around the rail, it could have been better, we moved around and tried different depths, some areas were more active with keepers . We will be fishing for the fluke we did not catch today, see you in the morning, we leave at 7 30 am.