That issue was number two among those to be considered in development of the Comprehensive Summer Flounder Amendment to the Summer Flounder, Scup and Black Sea Bass Management Plan by the Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Council (MAFMC) and the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (ASMFC). Capt. Joe Bogan, of Jamaica II at Brielle, is also awaiting reopening of the sea bass season on Oct. 18.
We have several dates in October and November that the charter needs people to fish with them. Friday October 17 tues October 21 weds October 22 weds October 29 Saturday November 8 needs 3 monday Nov 10 Tues Nov 11 Tues Nov 18 Wed Nov 19 Wed Nov 26 . . . hope to fish with you all so we can catch that trophy Bass Share charter is when the group does not have enough people to fill the boat, we find those who will join the group.
October 2, 2014 Thursday -- Bottom fishing every day We are Bottom Fishing everyday 7 30 am to 3 30 pm. Posted by Captain Cal II at 7 26 PM Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest
Betty Nick's Tackle reported one angler caught 50 blues in two hours on metal and a teaser at the end of the paved road in Island Beach State Park. I took a look at the Bay Head surf early, but with the low tide and the northeast blowing down the beach it didn't look like I'd even be able to cast metal into fishable waters.
The Mahi fishing was just amazing, we had all limits and so many fish came in on our last stop that we had to put crew tags on them. The size of the fish were on average 6 to 10 pounds but we had a good amount of 12 to 18 pounders.