10 24 14 The weather the past couple of days has kept everyone tied to the docks with the ocean being sporty to say the least. WE let today's (Friday) NW wind settle the ocean and will resume sailing DAILY AT 7 00 AM TOMORROW looking to get right back into the good seabass and blackfish fishing we had prior to this weather.
SL10-24-14The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (ASMFC) will be making its decision on changes to striped bass regulations in Addendum IV when the Striped Bass Management Board meets Wednesday from 10 15 a. m. to 12 15 p. m. at the Mystic Hilton on 20 Coogan St. in Mystic, Connecticut. Capt. Bobby Bogan picked a few yellowfin tuna in the 60-to-70-pound class during Monday night's Hudson Canyon trip with his Gambler from Point Pleasant.
Fisherman's Wharf Fishing Report Fisherman's Wharf Fishing Report October 23rd, 2014 For the third time in just as many weeks we are once again experiencing high winds and rough seas with waves at the Delaware Lightship reporting station in the eight to ten foot category and winds in excess of thirty miles per hour. Even though the Sea Bass season is now open, there were a few weeks where we were unable to target these tasty fish due to regulations, and with water temperatures still much warmer than normal the Tautog fishing in my book left a lot to be desired when that season first opened.