Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Atlantic Highlands Fishing Reports

Never had to work so hard to get it done in all my career!!

Worked offshore a couple area's today with a few fish in every spot, just not enough to stay in one place. Conditions were OK, the drift was good with not too much current however the Sea Bass seemed to have lock jaw and we only had a handful of them.

Worked inshore for the afternoon and basically the same thing there. Several guys had two nice keepers by days end including Alex, Richie, John and a couple others. Pool Fish went 5.8 pounds and most of the keepers were beauties.

Fishing the Ocean guys, not the bay. Bring a heavier rod that can handle the weight when needed. Bait has been doing well this season.

Weather looks great all week and we are BOOKED FOR THIS COMING SATURDAY.

Back at it tomorrow!

Capt. Ron

With the conditions we had today, it's a miracle we caught anything!

Started out with a swell from the East, a West wind blowing against the roll and a southerly current from Hell, all while drifting to the NORTH against the tide, Go figure!  Needed at least 10 ounces to hold bottom.

Everyone worked hard to get it done and by days end Mark Struck had his limit, June Benson landed a beauty at 7.4 pounds, Rob took the daily pool with a nice 4.12 pound Fluke along with several other nice keepers around the boat.  The Sea bass didn't cooperate today, we did catch a few but nothing like yesterday.

Weather looks great all week, we will be back at it tomorrow!

Capt. Ron

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