Monday, November 24, 2014

Atlantic Highlands Fishing Reports

Didn't like the looks of the local front today. Not as much life as we've had and I didn't like the fact we would loose the tide 2 hours into the trip.....So we took one of the longest rides in Fishermen history!!!

Got to the area and found several patches of Birds working. Short Bass, Blues and a couple keepers but we had the action! Had we stayed local we would have caught Squat!  Pretty good Southerly roll which make it cranky but the sunshine and warmer temps certainly made the day.

Night trips are now finished. Capt Dan had the sharks circling the Boat like Custer at his last stand on Saturday so he has cancelled those trips until the Spring.
We will continue the day trips as long as we can produce.....Not sailing Thursday, Have a Great Holiday, Back at it on Friday.

Capt. ron

Had the last of the tide this morning, so there was a bit of a roll with the wind against. Still had plenty of life but they were very tough to catch! Couple shorts. Took a ride down the beach and found NOTHING!

Ended up finding the gannets crashing the water and beat on the Blues for 3 drifts. When that died we ran back to the North to finish out the day. Had a couple drifts with short bass once again.....Back at it tomorrow.

Capt. Dan's last night trip will be tonight. Weather has just been killing us this fall and the bite hasn't been so hot either!


Capt. Ron

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