Updated 09 14 14We just got in from our first tuna trip, we had excellent Mahi fishing, with fish up to 30 lbs, the average size was 6 to 10 lbs. of Easterly winds and could not make it to where we had planned to fish, a couple boats did have good tuna fishing in that area and we will be on those grounds on Tuesdays trip.
The wind was blowing hard out of the East today which kept us out of the ocean and in our own bay today. The winds are supposed to lay down a bit for tomorrow and change directions so conditions should be a bit better for tomorrow.
Atlantic Highlands fluke fishing September 13 13 September 2014 Capt. Tom We have been sailing everyday from the Atlantic Highlands marina making both morning and afternoon trips. We are sailing everyday making two trips everyday (8am to 12 30 and 1 30 to 6pm).
09 13 14 What was SUPPOSED to be a workable15-20 kts from the east was a constant east at 30 kts with gusts all day long making the area we have been working the past couple of days totally unfishable!!!Weather sounds better for tomorrow so hopefully we can get back to where we were fishing the past couple of days.
Sep 13 2014 9 13 AM PORGIES NEXT OPEN BOAT TRIPS WILL BE TOMORROW AT 4PM AND THEN WED AT 7AM FOR PORGIES 9 13 AM PORGIES- We were out with a lite crowd and with the strong east wind all day we all decided to anchor up and do some porgy fishing. We only fished a couple of drops today where we could hide from the wind and were able to pick away at porgies and some blowfish.