by Capt Ted White 8 November 2015 The last three days we were striper fishing, doing great to very well on all 3 trips. Friday, Carl White and the retired PECO gang's annual trip started off a little slow, but at the end of the day we found a hungry school of bass from 38 to 42 .
Dome really nice Cod fish were caught this past week - Jesse Crudup Watertown Md. had a 31 pounder - Jim Harbough Irvington, NJ caught a 28 pounder and Ryan Stillman Phila, Pa had a 26 pounder. Saturdays marathon produced over 60 nice Codfish , although the Seabass fishing was not as good as last week. Quite a few dinner plate size Porgies hitting the deck also. Other catches this week Wes Shourt caught 15 Seabass, 22 Porgies and 4 CodRoy Wilson Bristol, Pa had 15 Seabass 24 Porgies and 3 Cod to 22 pounds. 3 4 Day trips have ended this season as fish are getting out too far for these trips. 10 Hour Seabass - 7 30 am Nov 12,13,17,19,20 and 2412 Hour Seabass - 5 00am Nov 11,15,18,22,and 2514 Hour Seabass Cod Marathon - every Saturday at 3 00 am and Sunday Nov 29th 18 Hour Offshore Seabass Cod 12 30 am Nov 27 and 28 Dec 3,10,12 17,19,20 Capt Ryan
11-7-15 Nice day out there today,fishing was not as good as yesterday,Had to jump around to catch some fish. The dogs were being a pain today,,still we caught some nice ones,,at moments good fishing around the boat but it would not last. .High hooks had 6-8 keepers sea bass,few ling here and there to,also a few codfish and porgies. Overall not good,not bad either. Tomorrow we are fishing!!Looks good with nw winds.
The morning started out active, the first couple of stops had a lot of activity with some nice sea bass come over the rail, as we moved around some stops were slow, other stops had more short sea bass some were a 1 4 inch short . Other areas had loads of life, we even had porgy's and some winter flounder to put in your cooler.