Posted by Captain Cal II at 6 26 PM Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Wednesday No fishing today, all the boats stayed in port. Posted by Captain Cal II at 12 52 PM Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Tuesday Summer like day on the water.
The last few years the striper started to show up in early November and we are offering a special early season price of 900 for 8 hours or 150 per person based on 6 anglers from November 1-8. 00 per person for open boat trips.
The surf was pretty ugly today, but Joe Melillo of Castaways Tackle in Point Pleasant said there are small stripers in Manasquan River and blackfish in the canal. Bob Matthews, at Fisherman's Den in Belmar Marina, had heard of the big stripers caught Friday by Bob Lake on a bunker school off Manasquan Inlet, but noted that bass were both small and few in the surf.
report list width 560px top 145px background FFFFFF padding 15px font-size 12px Reports October 14, 2014October 14, 2014Tog Starting To Bite Plus Bass At Night We are starting to see some good numbers of Blackfish on the morning trips with plenty of Oorgys and Seabass mixed in. At night some fall Striped Bass are starting to eat.
All the reports of patience, the bait is here, when the water get's colder, the NW winds all that stuff. Well, it's certainly no different this season as the water temps are still 63 degrees, the air temp is Florida like, the bait is here and the fish are not!!
After Fridays trip catching a few Stripers I was hoping it was going to get better with each passing day. There were birds up in the morning but we couldn't get a Striper out of them but we did catch some Blues.
Sailing daily for stripers and blues from 7 30 a. m. - 2 30 p. m. and every Friday Saturday night from 7 30 p. m. 2 30 a. m. For more information, feel free to give us a call anytime at (732) 681-6866 or (732) 681-0030. Sailing daily for stripers and blues from 7 30 a. m. - 2 30 p. m. and every Friday Saturday night from 7 30 p. m. 2 30 a. m. For more information, feel free to give us a call anytime at (732) 681-6866 or (732) 681-0030.
Nellie Greer of Bethlehem, Pa. and I watched Many release a striper in thr 20-pound class on a live bunker around bunker schools off the Rockaways -- and also lose a thresher on its first jump. After Many moved back to the Ambrose area, I used peanut bunkers to release bass of 28 and 29 1 2 inches.