We ended up catching blues, bonito, albies and mackerel on small jigs and bucktails. With Miss Belmar's 3 engines and a total of 2,100 horsepower, she is the first boat to the fishing grounds every day and we guarantee it.
Mickey Sweeney of Howell stopped at Castaways Tackle in Point Pleasant where he reported the surf at Avon had been calm and clean when he caught short fluke and a sea robin Tuesday on Gulp, but wasn't very fishable today. His son Kevin, from N. C. also caught seven short fluke on a white Gulp 4-inch Swimming Mullet while daughters Kaitlyn (10) and Gillian (8) kept the snappers busy along with Sorrenta Riley (8) from Pa.
Michele Porada, Sparta, NJ, took the pool on the last drift of the day with a nice fish showing her dad John she has not forgotten the fishing tips he taught her years ago!!We would like to thank everyone who participated or lent a hand toward making today one to remember for all of you who fished with us, along with myself--especially THE FLUKEMAN, Loraine, Michele and Mrs. S for the culinary treats enjoyed by ALL!!!!!