I was looking foreword to today after yesterday. I bounced around and we caught some keepers and a couple big ones and lost a few nice fish about half way up and had one limit but after yesterday I was disappointed.
The Golden Eagle from Belmar had a good yellowfin tuna catch on Monday, and quickly scheduled another16-hour trip tor Wednesday at 11 p. m. and there is room available. At Atlantic Highlands, Capt. Rob Semkewyc was looking forward to a repeat of the many keepers and larger fluke taken Monday on his Sea Hunter, but the bite wasn t nearly as good today.
Posted on September 7, 2020 Offshore Open ends tomorrow The 40th annual Manasquan River Marlin Tuna Club Offshore Open concludes Tuesday as entrants who haven t taken their one overnighter or two day trips try to knock off some impressive leaders. The Mimi VI from Point Pleasant has scheduled an open Hudson Canyon trip for Monday Sept. 14 at 7 a. m. and returning the following afternoon.
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there were 3 people with limits including my daughter who came out for the first time this year. Paul Schuckalo was out yesterday and had one keeper but redeemed himself today with a limit including a 4 lber.
Posted on September 6, 2020 River cownose rays a shocker An unsuccessful attempt to catch a school striper yesterday morning in Shark River ended up providing one of the most unusual catches of my life when the heavy fish that hit my Z Man 5-inch pearl blue glimmer DieZel MinnowZ jig turned out to be a cownose ray of at least 30 pounds. Then I switched to a small Pili Popper for small blues because I ve caught cownose on many different baits and lures from boats and the surf but have never heard of one hitting a popper.