We caught 8-14 lb jumbo blues all day, with a couple of lulls every now and then. Sailing daily for blues from 7 30 a. m. 2 30 p. m. and every Friday Saturday night from 7 30 p. m. 2 30 a. m. With Miss Belmar's 3 engines and a total of 2,100 horsepower, she is the first boat to the fishing grounds every day and we guarantee it.
By far the largest surf bass of the fall that I've heard of was landed before daylight in Island Beach State Park by Frank Stone. There was a decent bite of yellowfins and albacore from false light to 9 a. m.
It was a good trip and they were great guys, but that is what you expect from FD. We will continue to fish for the bottom species, which are fun to catch and good eating, until the striped bass arrive, so come on down and join us on our day's adventure.
Today I had regular George Selph out on one of my rare Sunday excursions, and the fish started coming over the side within a minute of shutting off the engine. When we finally packed it in to get away from the ugly weekend boat traffic, well over 100 fish had been landed and six fine flatties were in the box ready for the cutting table.