September 24, 2014 Wednesday report Windy day today, faster drift, harder to hold bottom, fishing action could have been better, we had shorts and keeper fluke, not everybody had fish. Join us Saturday for the last day of fluke fishing for the season.
We started catching as we were anchoring up and we continued to catch 8-14 lb blues all day long, all around the boat, on both bait and jigs. 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.
The first day of fall was an appropriate time to begin serious fishing for striped bass -- and it worked out fine for Chuck Many of Annandale on his Ty Man from Gateway Marina in Highlands. The only variety was one blue of about 4 pounds, a small sea bass during a brief attempt at worming, and a dogfish just before we quit.
report list width 560px top 145px background FFFFFF padding 15px font-size 12px Reports September 23, 2014September 23, 2014Good Porgy and Seabass Fishing continues The weekend started off slow, rough weather made for a tough day on Saturday by Sunday things started to calm down and fishing was much better. Looks like good weather for tomorrow see you in the mornin'.
With the fluke bite about done, we decided to do a mixed bag trip and boy was it a good time!We had non stop action the whole trip and ended up with a beautiful cooler of mixed fish including 19 big trigger fish, a few big croakers, a few nice porgies, a few blowfish, and a bunch of 1lb bluefish.