Kinda rough out there yesterday, suprising ground swell from something offshore, but we did manage to catch some nice Codfish, big Ling and some left over Porgies and Seabass. Overall most all went home with some nice meat considering the weather. Wes Shourt Manahawkin NJ won the pool with a beautiful 30 pound Cod, one of 3 he caughtChester Reisner Phila, Pa also had 3 Cod 6 Ling 6 Porgies and a few Seabass https www. facebook. com Jamaica-II-63043619202 ref ts Winter Schedule Weds and Sun 12 Hour Cod Mudhole 5 am-5pmSaturday 14 Hour Codfishing 3 am - 5 pm All trips open boat - no reservations needed Capt Ryan
Needless to say, there were no boat reports Sunday with gale warnings posted and early rain. Betty Nick's in Seaside Park did have a report that was probably from Saturday of a 30-inch striper on an SP Minnow by Lou De Fontney -- plus reports of short bass.
The first drop we saw nice keepers coming up with a good amount of just short fish as well. The second drop we got anchored up and the hounds of hell were all over us, they did back off and then the Tog came out to play. Joey C was high hook today with 10 keepers(orl) and Andrew had 5(orl) and everyone had at least a limit.
The Shore's tuna fishing elite and his many other friends gathered today at O'Brien Funeral Home in Wall for final goodbyes to the greatest giant tuna skipper of the era, Capt. Bob Pisano. Melillo mentioned that water temperatures had moved up in the northeast winds to over 50 degrees.
January 8, 2016 1-8-16 We had a pick-pick day of fishing , The togs were finicky today, you had to work at it to bring the togs over the rail, The white legger crabs gave you the most action. Some nice quality togs in the 6-7 lb size came over the rail, the short togs were active today Posted by Captain Cal II at 4 30 PM Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest