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  • 2015-03-19 Adam Bomb Cape May

    We will be watching the weather forecasts and attempting to fish any weather windows that open for cod, and then on April 1 we will begin targeting tog. The other options that allow for more fishing time reduce the bag limit to 10 fish which is a no win situation because once you give them up, you don't get them back.
  • 2015-03-17 Lady M Highlands

    This year we plan on doing some special trips for Cod pollack as well as Sea bass Fluke marathons. These trips will be posted up under the open boat forum.
  • 2015-03-15 Dauntless Point Pleasant

    Catches of 2 to 6 keepers a person have been common. Dave Bendar was out on Sunday with four keeper Cod and a nice Ling.
  • 2015-03-11 Adam Bomb Cape May

    We were allotted a paltry 2. 3 million pound quota last year, and whoever concocts the numbers as to what we caught somehow construed that the New England states(with bag limits ranging from only 3 fish per man to 8 fish per man) caught 1. 9 million pounds. while the rest of the mid Atlantic caught 1. 4 million pounds! The other options that allow for more fishing time reduce the bag limit to 10 fish which is a no win situation because once you give them up, you don't get them back.
  • 2015-03-08 Canyon Runner Point Pleasant

    Seminar Season is over for us and the crew has begun what we consider the beginning of our 2015 Season - B I with a good start as Capt. Deane Lambros just boated an 85 Giant I B - and better than that we had a Military Vet out with us!But before we get into the fishing and hopefully filling this page with a bunch of great shots of giants on the deck - I want to thanks each and every one who attended, spoke and worked our 2015 Seminars. First and foremost the attendees - between AC and NY we saw 850 offshore fisherman and enjoyed spending time with each and everyone of you. B B U I SIZE 4 Now Time to Go Fishing SIZE I U B Pictured below is the sun setting on the Winter yard season for us as the 60 Ritchie Howell is soon on it's way home - Spring is around the corner and so too 250 days of fishing - we hope!As mentioned above, today, Sunday - Capt. Deane Lambros started day 1 of hopefully 250 days with a giant on the deck.
  • 2015-03-07 Carolyn Ann III Barnegat Light

    3 7 15 Everyone who went to Florida and came home to this last snow storm, well gee sorry about that!I have to admit, it was one of the most beautiful snow events I ve seen in a while.
  • 2015-03-07 Norma K Point Pleasant

    We will not be sailing again till around the end of March. Thank you we hope to see you soon!
  • 2015-03-06 Mar Jean Brooklyn

    report list width 560px top 145px background FFFFFF padding 15px font-size 12px Reports March 06, 2015March 06, 2015Weather looks better Thankfully it looks like the weather will be making a turn around and we can get back to work on the boat this week, but looks like we are gonna have to wait until late March before we get sailing again We look forward to seeing everyone then. JanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecember201520142013Comments List all reports
  • 2015-03-01 Russian Roulette Point Pleasant

    We had one of better days today tried few different areas and covered lots of ground since we haven t beem out in couple of weeks, most of them were no good, but one spot we hit was loaded. Our Cod charter from Point Pleasant NJ even had 5 or 6 double headers of cod and some pollock, couple hours of none stop bites and it stuffed our fish box everyone on board caught at least a dozen fish and went home with big bag of fillets. Only one out of 6 guys was jigging and i think he was high hook with fish up to 15lbs

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