Posted on December 3, 2021 Windy nasty just like the bass like it That was Capt. Ron Santee s assessment of the striper fishing today on his Fishermen from Atlantic Highlands, There was life over a wide area, and bass from 28 to 35 inches bit all day. Mike Monte saw some cormorants diving in the Sea Girt surf this morning and cast a Tsunami Sand Eel in that area to release two stripers in the 25-inch class and lose two others in that obvious sign of sand eels being present.
The Golden Eagle from Belmar got into lots of bass and good readings this morning, but they didn t bite well. Capt. Ron Santee got into small bass right away with his Fishermen from Atlantic Highlands, but then did a lot of searching for bass that weren t hitting before returning to his starting place and bailing out with a hot bite that included bass breaking next to the boat.
Changing daylight hours, water temperatures, feeding times, and spawning will cause fish to be active at different times Winter Shorter days and cooler temperatures reduce fishing hours. For some of the most popular fish for anglers in NYC, the best times include Striped Bass Bass have good low light vision and prefer cooler waters, so you will find them most active just after sunrise and just before sunset.
Posted on November 29, 2021 Stripers still the best bet The Golden Eagle from Belmar reported a slower day of striper fishing though not for any lack of bass. Shad lures worked best, and there were even some fluke released, The Sea Hunter from Atlantic Highlands reported another fine day of striper fishing, but Tuesday will be the Last day to fish with Capt. Rob Semkewyc.
Posted on November 28, 2021 Sunday weather looks great The northwest gale worked out well for Jersey Shore surfcasters, but boaters will be a lot happier with Sunday s forecast of southwest winds at a mere 5-10 knots before shifting to northwest in the afternoon. The Jamaica from Brielle may have room on its last canyon trip at 10 p. m. Sunday.