Monday, March 18, 2019

Atlantic Highlands Fishing Reports

Took the ride this morning to where we left them biting on Wednesday. Naturally, the fish have tails and swam somewhere else! Looked around inshore and off, found the bait but no life. Headed back out to the NE in search mode waiting for the change of tide.

Finally found life & the bite on the incoming tide. Plenty of smaller fish today with some nice keepers mixed in. Not the big babies we had on Wednesday but nice keepers along with some bonus tag fish. Water was dirty from all the wind & runoff the past couple of days.  The bait is still here so I'm hoping tomorrow we won't have to do as much running around trying to find them.

Henry fishing in the bow landed a nice 15 pound fish for the pool along with several shorts. Lenny ended the day with 2 nice keepers along with Rick and a few other customers.

Weather looks good for the next several days, come on down!

Capt. Ron

First time in a long time I could say "Fishing in the Snot" with an excellent all day bite!

Lot's of Wind, current & a rough sea but those babies were hungry. Heavy Jigs & Jigs with tails worked the best as the Sand eels are here.

Only had 3 bonus fish as all were over 30 and up to 44 inch fish. Vic Babbin landed the pool fish with a 44 inch, 32 pound beauty. Morris, fishing in the bow had several beauties including his 40 inch monster. Had a Young man and his dad stay at the rail all day working hard & getting it done with several nice fish also. Everyone went home with the meat!

Sadly, after today's bite it looks like we are going to lose tomorrow & Friday with more crappy weather coming in. Saturday & Sunday are looking good, so we will be back at it then.....Come on down and give it Hell with us!!!

Capt. Ron

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