It s been many years since there was a real giant bluefin tuna fall run in the Mud Hole, but Capt. Arthur Stokes is expecting something will be happening after spotting them out there on Sunday. Stokes was a friend of the late Dean of N. J. Giant tuna Fishing, Capt. Bob Pisano.
More then likely we will be starting the fall run with bait (live eels) We ill be fishing some fast current at times so make sure you bring a rod that can handle a heavy sinker 8-14 oz. You can also use them if the current is not strong for the bait fishing and you don't need a heavy sinker.
Posted on October 2, 2020 Small blues still a best bet for inshore boaters The Golden Eagle from Belmar had another good catch of 1-4-pound bluefish today along with some bonito and little tunny. Capt. Dave Riback may switch Tuesday s bonito little tunny trip unless he hears some good info about the species sought.
Posted on October 1, 2020 Lots of small blues in ocean There was no lack of bluefish today for N. J. party boats as the Golden Eagle from Belmar reported a boat limit was jigged. Bob is most impressed by the yellowfin tuna run at the Triple Wrecks where the Golden Eagle boated 54 during this week s trip.