Wednesday, October 01, 2014

Atlantic Highlands Fishing Reports

Great day on the water to finish out the 2010 Fluke season......
Caught the change of tide just right for over an hour. Most fish went in the coolers with only a handfull of shorts going back.
Several guys had 3 keepers, including Steve, John, kirk and a couple others.

Jack and Sara had high hook honors with 6, a couple sea bass and the pool fish at 5 1/4 pounds!
Once the current and drift got to 2 knots, the bite was over. Tried a couple other spots to only find a pick here and there....
We will be tied up with the exception of Saturday and Sunday afternoon this coming weekend for Blues. Regular Schedule will start the 18th (Saturday) of September fishing for Stripers. Last night Bluefishing was excellant, as it has been for the past couple weeks.
Gonna be painting the boat from top to bottom and doing some maintanace the next two weeks.

Thanks to all who fished with us from the start of the Spring right through the Summer. Were looking foward to a good fall fishery!!

Despite the horrible conditions and current today, we still came away with a few very nice Fluke and Sea Bass.

Chris G. had the day off and decided to come fishing...he's glad he did. Boated 4 fish including a 9 1/2 and a 5.95 pounder!

Oscar Stewart just missed tying "Hammer" Tom with a 7.11 pounder!! Couple other good fish mixed in but I still wouldn't call it GOOD Fishing by any means.
Been fishing snags and a few wrecks trying to produce whatever we can to finish out the season.
Don't panick on tomorrow, it's going to be a nice day!!! Hot, but not rough.
Chartered Friday if the weather permits, will have to keep an eye on things the next couple of days.
Capt. Ron

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