June 21, 2014 Saturday report Recently caught on the Capt. Cal We started the morning fishing along the beach with plenty of bites from the short flatties with a mix of keeper fluke. We moved around only to find the same conditions and then we fished in deeper water, only bringing over the rail the short fluke with some keepers.
High hook was two fluke today and the biggest fish was close to 7lbs. I fished several days this week with private charters with excellent results high hook on Wednesday was Art Wolf from Beach Haven with 4 fish over 3lbs each.
Fishing was tough and we ended up with 1 blue in the morning, and none on Saturday night. 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.
The past couple of days have been tough ones with the BLUES. Today the wind was blowing out of the Northeast about 20K's - much more than they predicted - and conditions were tough and they fish just did not cooperate.
Tank Matraxia of Lyndhurst joined an open trip Capt. Kevin Cole was running Friday afternoon on the Down Deep Bullet, and got off to a great start as he cast off the bow of the boat at Brown's in Keyport to catch a 21-inch fluke. Capt. John Kolias, of Reel Fun at Twin Lights Marinain Highlands, congrarultes his relief skipper, Capt. Marc Devino, after he teleased a 73-pound black drum that hit a live bunker he was fishing from his own boat Wednesday evening while seeking stripers.