Sunday, February 25, 2018

Atlantic Highlands Fishing Reports

Gail warning with NW wind to 35 knots against an incoming tide most of the day is beyond "Fishing in the Snot" so we won't be shaping up Friday morning. WE ARE CHARTERED SATURDAY MORNING ALSO.

Never got the bite today, even after we were into 2 1/2 hours of the tide. Kept searching for an extra hour hoping it would happen and only landed 8 keepers for the day after many miles of travel. Guess they needed a Time out after the awesome bite the past week. We will be back at it on Sunday.

Plenty of good fishing ahead and we will be carrying eels also from here on.

Thanks for checking in!

Capt. Ron

The Bass Gods have been smiling on us so far this fall.....Another awesome day of Striped Bass fishing. Pool fish at 43 inches, 32 pounds caught by Rob fishing in the bow. Just about all keeper size fish when the bite turns on. By the end of the day we were tossing 29-30 inch fish back to fight another day!

Jigs once again were the Hot ticket..... Guys, you have to listen to the crew and the what I'm telling you on the PA......When we say Hit the bottom and TURN THE means Reel!!  All the years I have been doing this and I still have to look over the side and see customers bouncing the jigs like they are Fluke fishing!! Yes, it's a lot of work but if you want the reward you gotta do what you are instructed to do.

Another false accusation is "We do Not" wait till the end of the day to catch them....just happens that right now the bite has been on the out going tide, which took most of the morning to happen today. If we were that good and could time the bite, don't you think I'd get it done early and go the Hell home! LOL

Back at it tomorrow. Don't let the weather asses scare you, this is Fall fishing at it's finest. We are the original "FISHING IN THE SNOT" Party Boat!!!


Capt. Ron

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