Friday, December 15, 2017

Atlantic Highlands Fishing Reports

The morning started out with some bird life close to home, made a couple drifts but only caught Very Small fish....Left the area in search of, knowing it would be a while before the change of tide and for the bite to turn on. Worked some readings way up to the west, again only small fish.

Once we got that hard current, the fish switch was turned on! Readings from Hell on the fish finder as they were stacked up.....Jigs once again and eels were hot. Mixed fish but way more keepers than shorts and we did use a few bonus tags to top every one off.

Nice pool fish at 16 pounds......Alex and the boys in the bow certainly got it done with multiple hook ups through-out the bite. Seems the nastier the ocean, the better the bite as I used to say we were fishing in the Snot!!

Back at it tomorrow......WE ARE CHARTERED SATURDAY MORNING.

Capt. Ron

Started the morning off with the end of the tide, waiting for some outgoing & life to appear.......When the life didn't appear we went in search mode, covered many miles, read loads of bait, read fish but they wouldn't co-operate.

Late in the afternoon we went for the Butt kicking and braved the ocean! Too say it was nasty is an understatement but the fish were stacked and they wanted to eat. Every fish was caught on a jig, plain or with tail. Way too much current to fish the shads.

A very nice pool fish at 16 pounds took it today.  Back at it tomorrow, gotta go soak these old bones!!

CHARTERED SATURDAY MORNING THIS WEEK.

Capt. Ron

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