Water temperature was 72 degrees with a N. W. wind. This morning fishing was slow because of a slow drift, we pulled aboard several short fluke, towards the afternoon the drift picked up and so did the fishing. fluke, plus he had several other keepers. As the drift picked up again, towards the late afternoon, the fishing action got better, we stayed out longer to give the group more fishing time. See you in the morning, we leave at 7 30 am Don't forget our Tuesday Fluke Fishing Marathon from 7 00 am to 4 00 pm Posted by Captain Cal II at 3 55 PM Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest
Parker Petes fluke and seabass trips 25 June 2015 Capt. Pete Ok guys n gals it's time now . Get your bucktails together n let's go. God it felt good to bounce those bucktails . Awesome trip guys thanks . Stay tuned for our on the water Bucktail seminars sponsored by Bucktail boys
Atlantic Highlands fluke fishing June 24 24 June 2015 Capt. Tom Made both morning and afternoon trips today and it was one of the nicest days so far. The afternoon trip was better with keepers with Tom McCall having his limit and Kevin Kelly with a 6lb pool fish.