Monday, March 18, 2019

Atlantic Highlands Fishing Reports

Seems the Porgies have moved out with the last weather we had. Took another beating today with some nasty conditions but we did manage to slug away on the Tog & Sea bass.

Everyone went home with dinner.

With the strong South winds predicted for tomorrow we will not sail.

Starting Thursday we will be Striped Bass Fishing!! Jig's, Shads, top water plugs & eels if needed. Water temps are right where they should be and the life is starting to show more each day.

7:30 AM Daily.

Capt. Ron

Perfect day on the water with very good fishing for Porgy, Sea Bass & Tog. Everyone had a bucket of mixed fish for dinner.

Started the morning off with a Huge Thresher shark jumping completely out of the water twice maybe 20 yards off the bow.....came back on the anchor and had a couple Huge Striped bass rolling on top off the stern.  Actually had one take Bill Venezia's Porgy 3 times but we couldn't land her, fish had to be 35 pounds!

Kurt had top honors today with a Bucket of Sea Bass & Porgies then landing 4 nice keeper tog including the Pool fish at 5 pounds.

Not sailing Saturday but it looks like the weather will be out of here quick and switching to the West by tomorrow night so we will shape up to fish on Sunday.  Keeping an eye on the bass fishing as the fish are now off Captree and getting closer every day. Hopefully by next Friday it will be time!!!

Check back for updates throughout the week.....  Special thanks to Rob (the landscaper) for that awesome birthday present today. A very nice 12 year old, single malt! Enjoying 4 fingers on the Rocks as I type. Your the best Rob.

Capt. Ron 

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