We will start our everyday schedule on April 1st for Blackfish!Stop by our Facebook page or Instagram page to check out a few photos from today!STARTING APRIL 1ST WE WILL BE SAILING FOR BLACKFISH EVERYDAY EXCEPT ON MONDAY S!ALL DAY BLACKFISH ON MONDAY S!
As previously noted in this blog, there have been lots of harbor seals which are northern residents enjoying winter vacations in Shrewsbury River and Sandy Hook for many years and some hang around as waters warm in the spring. Whales that were also a rarity have also become so common in NY NJ Bight that they can often be observed from shore in the summer, and the big red drum that were the major inshore game along the central N. J. coast a century ago have remained far to the south even after NOAA Fisheries warned Jersey anglers that they should learn how to fish for the impending return of those warm water fish.
Posted on March 26, 2021 Worms out stripers in Dave Lilly doesn t have to start fishing to determine if the Raritan Bay striped bass run is underway. April is the sure thing month, but the first large bass were already hitting bunkers at this time last year after a mild winter.
Posted on March 25, 2021 Stripers turning on in Raritan Bay Though the big girls still haven t arrived in Raritan Bay, legal bass and shorts seem to be turning on. Capt. John Contello of Just Sayin at Keyport had a keeper plus short action last night, and Chuck Many broke through with his Ty Man from Highlands today as illustrated by Dave Glassberg s striper.