Friday, October 31, 2014

Atlantic Highlands Fishing Reports

Things are finally starting to shape up with the Bass fishing!

Some nicer fish have been caught on Bunkers and eels with just a showing of smaller fish on the jigs. Couple area's are now starting to produce. Water temp's are still 58-60 degrees but that should change after the cold front over the weekend.

Loads of bait up and down the beach and out to the east.

Capt. Dan has been slugging away on the night trips, fishing has been good when the conditions are right, catching them on eels. Couple fish last week went 20-24 pounds with a couple limits and lots of short action.

Sailing Every day 7:30am and Monday-Saturday nights 6:30pm till 11:30pm.


Capt. Ron

The past two nights of Striper fishing have been the best of the season so far with last night (Saturday) having the best of the action!  Capt. Dan reported a good bite right through the tide on fish from 15 inches to 23 pounds!

Fish look like local fish that are here all summer and are finally starting to eat.

Lenny and a couple others had their limit and then some, all on eels.

Hopefully the water temps will drop this week to get things going for us on the day trips. With the weather predicted for this week I would call Capt. Dan direct if you plan on coming down, just to check on the wind and conditions. Better than taking the ride and getting shut out if it blows.

Capt. Dans number is: (908) 930-2335


Thanks for checking in,

Capt. Ron

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