Bruce Hippel of Villas, NJ., Paul Bodkin of Cape May, NJ.,Dave Sedlack of N. Cape May, NJ., Tony Cappello of Magnolia, NJ.,Sam Gager of Glouster City, NJ., All took Pools aboard the SEA STAR III this week. By next week's report, we will have concluded the 2014 Fluke season.
Sailing daily for blues from 7 30 a. m. 2 30 p. m. and every Friday Saturday night from 7 30 p. m. 2 30 a. m. 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. Back to Fishing Reports
9 14 14 Let's start backwards yesterday (Sunday) was the beginning of last week, due to the horrible weather earlier. I'm not going to discuss too much of last week, but what I could gather is, if you catch a snapper blue, sea robin, or any other bait fish, fillet it and put it on!
We had fish coming pretty quick today,4-5 keeper flukes on the first drift and we just kinda kept doing it each drift today with plenty of shorts mixed in. Just some guys caught the keepers today and some had the short fish plague,still overall I was happy with the action.
Yesterday on both morning charter and evening open boat trip we were able pick at some nice porgies and few blowfish. We had to bounce around from drop to drop with some of the spots having all nice keepers, some 50 50 mix and others only with small fish.