August 18, 2014 Monday report The morning started out with a nice N. W. wind, but we had a south tide, that slowed the drift to . See you in the morning , tomorrow is our Fluke Marathon we leave at 7 00 am and return at 4 00 pm, join us for a fun day.
Today Capt. Cliff ran a charter for Frankie and the boys for a Bluefin trip that turned into catching yellowfin,dolphin,false albies and skipjacks. LADYMCHARTERES few spots still open for friday s marathon mudhole trip 5am to 5 pm OPEN DAILY UNLESS CHARTERED OPEN BOAT CHARTERS AVAILABLE FOR BLUEFIN YELLOWFIN TRIPS
There may not be many anglers still seeking them, and they do take a lot of dedication to find and tempt, but striped bass continue to flourish in the warm summer waters of NY NJ Bight. Bob Matthews reports from Fisherman's Den in Belmar Marina that ocean fluking remained good over the weekend, and some dolphin up to 15 pounds were found not too far offshore.
Hey folks, we started out the day today with good action and some keepers then the tide changed and we had wind against again for the rest of the morning. Captain Jimmy covered ground for us again today and we found a drift towards thevend of the day.
report list width 560px top 145px background FFFFFF padding 15px font-size 12px Reports August 18, 2014August 18, 2014Seabass Fishing on the 7am Trips We have still been concentrating on Seabass on the morning trips. We have had a steady pick of Seabass on most of the last few trips other days have been a grind but non one has gotten skunked.
Atlantic Highlands fluke fishing August 18 18 August 2014 Capt. Tom Made both morning and afternoon trips today from the Atlantic Highlands marina. On the afternoon trip the conditions were better and so was the fishing.
Last we have Downtown Jordon Brown of Manahawkin, NJ, who won with a nice 4-lb fluke, and a special winner was Macy Ryan (10 years old), who took everyone's money on a fluke trip Sat evening with the BHM TC, it was a 4. I would like to thank Patty from Anexinet, it again was a outstanding trip, fishing was good but the catching was slow, the weather couldn't get any better and everyone had a blast, hope to see you again next year, thanks, Patty.
8 18 Fluke Report Tuesday, 19 August 2014 17 00 Written by Capt. Jack Hey Gang, Today we hosted a kids charter with the Sephardic group from Oakhurst NJ. The kids had a blast picking away at shorts with a few keepers in the mix.
Around midday we netted his 13 POUND 2 OUNCE fish which was his biggest ever and the SECOND LARGEST fluke ever caught aboard the EBII!!Good conditions next few days so lets who will be next to catch their personal best fluke.