Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Atlantic Highlands Fishing Reports

Went in search mode once again today. After dying a slow death in the bay we found an area of fish we could work.
Tom the Vet put on a clinic fishing the bow landing a bunch of 16-17 inch fish and taking the pool with a beautiful 7.5 pound fluke.
Couple other fish in the 5-6 pound range along with the shorts. Scott and crew had some nice fish along with Fran's beauties while working those buck-tails.

Not a great bite by any means and we had to work hard to catch what we did but it was much better than were we left.

Huge Thank you to Bob Bott who presented us with 2 custom made Fluke rods that will go to the Winner and Second place in the Big Fluke pool this year! The Rods are beautiful jigging sticks.

Hot again the next two days but the Ocean breeze should help take the edge off!

Capt. Ron

Had the perfect drift to start the day in the AM. With a short window of opportunity before the Wind against tide change, I thought we would be in! We went to were they live, but it looks like they moved!

Fished several area's and found some life. Slugged away at shorts and some keepers. June Benson was neck and neck for the pool fish and ended up taking it by a couple of ounces at 7.2 pounds. Alan landed 3 nice fish working hard all day.

Brent Sr. and Jr. worked it hard in the bow to land a few keepers on Sr's Birthday.

When we had the conditions, the fish didn't bite. When conditions were terrible, we slugged away......I give up!!!


Capt. Ron

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