Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Atlantic Highlands Fishing Reports

Didn't know what to expect after the past two days of weather, especially finding a roll on in the AM.

Slugged away in some area's and caught squat in others.  Couple guys did well given the conditions including  Dan who has his personal best day of Fluke fishing with his 3 plus keepers, some shorts and another beauty of a Pool fish at 6.9 Pounds. Joe also had three nice fish and several guys had two each. Naturally a couple guys had none.

Tough fishing for sure but we still managed some nice fish by the days end. Weather looks good for the rest of the week.


Capt. Ron

Had a much better bite today in the AM as compared to yesterday. Shorts with a keeper mixed in and plenty of Sharks, skates & Sea Robbins. Had the Madison Boy Scouts with Steve Rhodes & crew aboard today. The weather called for the worse but we ended up with the best. The young men had a blast and spent a great day on the water.

Long time Regular aboard, Scott Ure/North Arlington landed his second largest fluke of his career fishing with me at 9.4 pounds, 29 inches! Several years ago Scott landed a $$$$ winning seasonal pool at 11.2 lbs.  Bill V fishing also in the bow had to take a back seat and second place with a 5 pound fish...sorry Bill. Couple guys had two in the cooler but it's certainly not easy fishing.... Gotta work it hard.

Capt. Ron

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