Sunday, May 19, 2019

Atlantic Highlands Fishing Reports

Had a short window of opportunity this morning to get it done before the change of tide.

Had fish right away close to home on Shads & A couple guys fishing top water plugs. Plugs worked the best for those guys as they certainly knew how to use them!

Tony fishing in the Bow took the pool with a very nice 24 pound beauty. Once the tide changed, the wind came hard against the outgoing, the rain got harder and the bite basically died. Most were soaked and cold and had thrown in the towel so it was time to go.

Good fishing while it lasted. Tomorrow should be a much nicer day.....Come get some!!

Capt. Ron

With yesterday's total disaster from the Conditions, to the fog and rough ocean and not being able to fish where we had too.....Today it was game on!

Ran out in thick fog with a nice group of customers praying for a miracle....Ran through a mile of Bunker but didn't see any fish in it, kept going to where I read them yesterday and as we passed through the area, the Ocean was boiling with Bass!!!! Had a half hour drift just pulling fish up to 26 pounds!

We caught the change of tide bite just right. Slugged away the rest of the day, then the bite got hot once again in the afternoon. Everyone went home with dinner with many fish released to fight another day.

Back at it tomorrow!

Capt. Ron

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