Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Atlantic Highlands Fishing Reports

Thought for sure with good conditions the bite would be on today, especially after yesterday's bite.
Started on some jig fish catching a nice bass and a couple blues. Many of the readings were up high, fish moving fast and with a 3 knot drift, just about impossible to stay with the life.
Anchored up and started clamming. Had a good outgoing tide and a very slow one, one pick . Hung in there a couple hours thinking it would get better as the tide eased off, but NG.
Tried 3 differen't area's, South, out East and back to the North for the change of tide...NG.
Ended the day with a dozen nice bass and a couple blues.

Sorry we didn't get the shot Andy, maybe next week!

As posted in the past, Stripers love the snot and today was no exception!!
Sailed knowing we only had a short window to catch them with the outgoing tide and hard NW wind.
First fish on within 5 minutes then steady action for the next 3 hours. Many fish between 24 and 29 inches with the bigger ones going 31 to 32 inches.
Rocco Farina had the pool fish at 17 pounds along with his limit.
June, Hammer, Sal, Joe and the rest of the crew all limited out before it was time to go.
Nasty to say the least, but fishable, would never have gone out had conditions been INCOMING TIDE against that wind.
At the change, we headed for home before it really got too bad....Great crew, Great fishing.
New pics and video for today!!

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