Sunday, September 23, 2018

Atlantic Highlands Fishing Reports

Conditions in the AM had us going to Plan B way too soon.  Had a Hard Southerly current with a good West wind and it wasn't pretty to start the day. We got the Hell outta there fast before customers started getting sick.

Fished the Rocky bottom the rest of the day, much calmer and less current. Slugged away all day of Sea Bass, Short Fluke and a few very nice Fluke including the pool fish at 6.2 pounds.

Several guys had two each with some keeper Sea Bass.....Couple families who take their yearly fishing trip were also out today catching Fluke & Sea Bass. Not a bad day considering the way it started, no one got sick, the Ocean was nice and we had a beautiful breeze.

Weather looks good for tomorrow.....CHARTERED THIS FRIDAY MORNING.

Capt. Ron

Much better day today all around with the weather & the bite!

Chef Dan started the day off with the first fish in the boat at 6.8 pounds, Capt. Ron Sr. landed one at 6.2, my son Ron Jr. had one at 5 pounds, Big Tom had one at 4 plus including his 3 plus some nice Sea Bass.

Good action on the Sea bass & short fluke with several guys landing two nice keeper Fluke including Jake, Dave and Bill. Mike finally went home with a nice mix of fish after toughing it out the past couple of weeks!

Weather finally looks good the next few days but remember...We are Chartered and Booked for this coming Friday.  Back at it tomorrow!

Capt. Ron


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