Sunday, April 30, 2017

Atlantic Highlands Fishing Reports

Caught the change of tide perfect this morning and rode it out, first drift lasted 3 hours with non-stop action, shorts, keepers, some nice limits and a bunch of Happy Customers for the day.

Pool fish went 5 pounds with most of the keepers right around the 18-21 inch mark. Some nice Sea Bass in the Am also. Most needed 10 oz. to hold as the current did run pretty hard.....Bring some heavier lead and a medium to heavy action rod PLEASE!!

Open boat everyday this week except Saturday AM.

Capt. Ron

Holy crap, two days in a row of some decent action for a change!
Got the hell out of the steamy bay and headed for the ocean today. Nice breeze, good drift and the fish were hungry. Plenty of shorts and the action kept everyone busy most of the day. Some very nice Sea Bass once again on some of the drops also.

Tom Krako had the hot hand landing 4 nice keepers before loosing his "Magic Rig" that Robbie tied up for him. The fact that Lou had to mention he had 4 and needed one more for the gold, put the kiebash to that!! Lou is now on the S**# List with Tom.

Gregg Stokes, PA, took the pool with a very nice 5 pound Fluke. After Bucktailing his butt off all day, he was finally rewarded with his first pool in over 5 years!!!
Great to see some of the family's that have fished with us over the years coming back to fish with us again, love to see those Fishermen "t" Shirts coming through the parking lot, you guys are the best!!

Great weather for the weekend for a change, come on down, day or evening! Nothing better than "Fishing the Jersey Shore".

Capt. Ron

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