Monday, May 01, 2017

Atlantic Highlands Fishing Reports

Another season has passed, how fast they seem to go the older I get!

We had what I would call one of the best Fluke fishing seasons in 4 years. The first Month and a half saw many limits on some beautiful Fluke. Still not happy with an 18 inch size limit as we have proven that we are now taking 95% Females out of the quota. The powers that be think this is O.K.!  Porgy fishing was excellent this year also.

Huge Bluefish in Spring close to Home provided much needed action to start the season as the Striped bass fishing certainly was off. The Jig bite we so look forward to in the fall was also a huge disappointment this year. We did have a few days that were awesome but overall I wouldn't call it a banner year for Striped Bass.

Happy New Year to all, you guys and gals are always the Best! See you in the Spring.

PS: If you or anyone you know may be interested in some deck hand work over the Summer, we are always looking for Help.


Capt. Ron

The past several days have certainly not been up to par with the Bass fishing for us. I've covered way too many miles in search of a decent bite too only come home disappointed. The huge schools of Bunker have moved too far South for us to compete. Weather the next couple of days looks like crap but if something does change for the weekend and some fish do Magically appear, we will fish.

Check back toward the end of the week and I will update. Right now it's not looking good, so, Thank you all for fishing with me this season. We will be back at it around the Second week of April to do it all over again!

Happy and Healthy New Year!

Capt. Ron

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