Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Atlantic Highlands Fishing Reports

The past several days have certainly not been up to par with the Bass fishing for us. I've covered way too many miles in search of a decent bite too only come home disappointed. The huge schools of Bunker have moved too far South for us to compete. Weather the next couple of days looks like crap but if something does change for the weekend and some fish do Magically appear, we will fish.

Check back toward the end of the week and I will update. Right now it's not looking good, so, Thank you all for fishing with me this season. We will be back at it around the Second week of April to do it all over again!

Happy and Healthy New Year!

Capt. Ron

It's that time of year once again....The North Westerly's are blowin and the Bass are biting. Several area's of Bird life this morning working on loads of bait with bass rolling all through it.

Not easy to catch though as those suckers were moving fast. Some drifts we'd catch one or two, some drifts none. This went on all day. Couple Big Blues in the mix also. Everyone aboard went home with 2 for dinner. Pleasure to be out after being tied to the dock since Sunday with all that wind!!

Water temp was 46.5 degrees in the Ocean.    Not sailing Thursday and Friday's weather looks great with a light N-NW breeze and outgoing for most of the morning!  Storm Shads, Tsunami's & Jigs working best right now.

Happy Thanksgiving to all!!

Capt. Ron

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