Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Atlantic Highlands Fishing Reports

Too say it felt good to actually catch fish for a change is an understatement!

Had perfect drifting conditions for our first day of Fluke Fishing with an out going tide with the wind. Didn't take long to land the first few keepers along with pretty good short action. Robert Neilson and his Bride lead the way with 5 nice fish between them. Couple others had their 3 in the cooler by days end including Billy V, Jay, Bob & Iris.

Iris took the pool with a very nice 6.3 pound fish caught on the next to last drift. Searched a couple of area's being the first day, some had fish & some didn't so we didn't waste too much time in the lack of life area's. Great to see so many of the Fluke regulars out on the first trip, nice way to start the season......Thanks guys!

Back at it tomorrow....

Capt. Ron

After several days tied to the dock the weather finally took a turn for the better as did the fishing!

Caught the change of tide just right, slugged and picked away all morning on some very nice keepers with shorts mixed in.

June had the first beauty of the day followed by a monster Caught by Lynn Fair/ Mohnton, N.J. at 42 inches, 36 pounds to take the daily pool. Bait fished all day but there was a shot of fish at the end of the tide that showed on top, which was short lived though.

Weather looks great for tomorrow.....FLUKE FISHING STARTING THIS FRIDAY.We did catch a couple of those today also.

Capt. Ron

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