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  • 2014-02-01 Dauntless Point Pleasant

    Some Nice Weather to Fish Saturday, February 01, 2014 Mother nature finally gave us some nice days to fish. The water is cold and the fishing has been slow but the fish have been nice size the ones we are taking home.
  • 2014-02-01 Big Mohawk Belmar

    WE HAD A BEAUTIFUL DAY TODAY, BUT THE FISHING WAS SLOW. WE HAD SOME BLACKS, SOME LING AND A FEW SMALL COD.
  • 2014-02-01 Adam Bomb Cape May

    We look forward to fishing with you!Keep checking back for a fishing report which we will have sooner than later with some help from Mother Nature.
  • 2014-01-31 Ocean Explorer Belmar

    1-31-14 Last day of January gave us nice conditions on the ocean. Kinda like yesterday day around the boat you would see some nice blackfish come up and mixed in here and there like the togs you would see ling and even some codfish,.
  • 2014-01-31 Big Mohawk Belmar

    WE HAD A FEW DIFFERENT DROPS IN A FEW DIFFERENT DEPTHS OF WATER. NOTHING REALLY BIG, BUT DIFFERENT SPOTS HAD SOME LIFE AROUND THE BOAT.
  • 2014-01-30 Ocean Explorer Belmar

    Few ling here and there,a nice pollock. Some guys just targeted the Blackfish and ended up with some nice ones as you can see below,and some guys just looked for some ling and got into those as well.
  • 2014-01-30 Big Mohawk Belmar

    THE TEMP SHOULD HIT AROUND 40 TOMORROW SO GET READY AND COME ON DOWN 7AM DEPARTURE. WE WILL HAVE WHITELEGGERS AVAILABLE
  • 2014-01-30 Norma K Point Pleasant

    The weather is looking good for the upcoming weekend WE WILL BE SAILING ON BOTH SATURDAY AND SUNDAY FOR BLACKFISH AND LING 7 30AM 2 30PM CRABS AND CLAMS ARE INCLUDEDFor more information, please give us a shout at 732 496 5383 Hope to see you there, Capt. Matt 0 Comments Posted on Jan 30 2014 by normak123
  • 2014-01-30 Ristori Bay Head

    Indeed, how could anyone consider management fair when a commercial fisherman towing a huge net can fill his quota from a public resource with 14-inch fluke while an angler usually drifting over open bottom with a single baited hook must release not only that size fluke but also many even larger in an often fruitless quest to catch a 17 1 2-inch keeper Is it fair that commercial interests get 60 percent of the summer flounder quota while the public is allowed only 40 percent in spite of an NOAA document that estimated the recreational catch at about 70 percent before management started When I was a youngster there were no recreational regulations on fluke at all, but with only small, inshore draggers, there were plenty of fluke for all. Yet stripers were fussy on metal when I fished Nov. 11 with Chuck Many of Annandale and Nellie Greer from Bethlehem, Pa. on Many s Tyman from Gateway Marina Highlands, but the 7-inch Tsunami Swim Eel was hot until big blues ate my supply.
  • 2014-01-29 Ocean Explorer Belmar

    1 29 14 Looks nice tomorrow Heading back out to the fishing grounds. . . Actually looks like we will be out everyday through the weekend with light winds throughout,,shall see if it holds up. .

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