For more information, call the office at 732-541-2169

Elaine B II new jersey party boat fishing open boat fluke flounder blackfish fishingElaine B II new jersey party boat fishing open boat fluke flounder blackfish Elaine B II new jersey party boat fishing open boat fluke flounder blackfish Elaine B II new jersey party boat fishing open boat fluke flounder blackfish

Elaine B II
Fishing Reports
Some reports have pictures available.
Click link
at end of report to see photos.

Check back often for Fishing Report Updates!

New diving pictures added 01/13/15 (Click here to see pictures.)

05/22/15 Well the 2015 fluke season is finally here. We kicked off the season with an early start and a nice bunch of EB II fluke regulars. We were the first boat on the grounds this morning and I have NO DOUBT that we had the first legal NJ party boat fluke which was caught by Wayne Pinder, Green Brook, NJ, quickly after we started fishing!! The guys had more short action than keepers for the day but it was not good enough to make us happy. The bay is warmer than the ocean and all of the action and keepers we had today were caught in the bay. Back at it in the morning! Mike Naipawer, Bloomingdale, NJ, took the pool with a nice 6 pound 10 ounce fish.
(Click here to see pictures.)

The NJ fluke season opens FRIDAY (tomorrow) and we know that many of our die-hard fluke regulars are ready!! We will continue our popular EB II tradition of sailing EARLY on the opening weekend of the fluke season!!! ON FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY & MONDAY (MAY 22, 23, 24 & 25) WE WILL BE SAILING AT 6:00 AM!!!! This allows us to get a bunch of extra drifts each day before any other boats get out which translates into more keepers in YOUR coolers and it also gets you in earlier to beat any potential shore traffic. On Tuesday, May 26, we will begin sailing at our normal 7:30 AM DAILY for the remainder of the fluke season.

The 2015 NY/NJ fluke regulations are identical to 2014 with a 5 fish limit at a minimum of 18 inches.

2014 was the best season for jumbo fluke that we have seen in all of our years in the business. More gallery fish--BY FAR-- than we have ever had in one year, TWICE AS MANY DOORMATS AS ANY OTHER AREA HEAD OR CHARTER BOAT as well as the two largest fluke ever taken on the EB II. Dennis's 13.2 lb and Ted's 14.9 lb MEGA-MATS will be be tough to beat but, hey, you never know!!! Hopefully 2015 will allow many of you to beat the personal-best fluke you caught last season!

05/14/15 The fishing has been very good this week with a handful of nice striped bass every day to go along with all of the big bluefish up to 14 pounds that our guys want to catch. The fishing that we have been having lately makes for great action and tired arms. We will continue to target the striped bass/blues every day until the opening of the 2015 fluke season next Friday, May 22!! Nice weather the next few days so come on down.
05/10/15 It was like two different worlds the past few days. Warm and sunny inland and chilly with thick fog on the bay and ocean. Bluefish ruled the catch everywhere we stopped the last few days with the jumbo yellow eyed demons providing most of the action with a few striped bass mixed in. Red Zisa, Totowa, NJ, took the Friday pool. Tom Hollywood Jr., Staten Island, NY, took the Saturday pool.
05/07/15 Fishing the last couple of days has been very good for the guys. We have seen a lot of nice bass along with enough jumbo bluefish since Monday to keep everyone happy! If you are looking for lots of spring action with great weather NOW is the time! More nice weather through the weekend so shake the cob webs off of the fishing tackle and take advantage of it.
05/02/15 The striped bass fishing has not been consistent thus far. We have had a couple of good days and a couple of others that have been slow. Pool fish have been in the mid to upper teens each day. Today, the morning started off slow with a lack of wind and current. When the current began to run the fish started to bite until it was time to come home. Mike Naipawer, Bloomingdale, NJ, took today's pool with a 19 pound fish. See you in the morning.
(Click here to see pictures.)
04/25/15 It was a very nice day weatherwise to start our 2015 season with some of our regulars. Had a mix of shorts and keepers this morning with the last of the outgoing tide. Once the current changed our bite slowed with wind against tide the rest of the day and the lines running up toward the bow. It was nice to see the rods bend and some meat go into the coolers for the guys. John Vanderstad, Pompton Lakes, NJ, broke the ice with the first fish of the season as well as taking the pool.
(Click here to see pictures.)


  We have posted several diving pictures from this past year. We have had lots of positive feedback the past three seasons and hope that you all find the current series just as interesting! I would once again like to thank our good friend Harry Roecker for allowing me to use more of his underwater photos!! Enjoy!