If the wind forecast is correct for tomorrow then there will be NO ocean fishing. We do however have calmer areas we can fish that will still give you a good chance of catching dinner. We already have some reservations so if enough guys show up in the morning then we will be fishing! See you in the morning. SAILING 7:30 AM WEEKDAYS & 6:00 AM WEEKENDS.
Surprise, surprise we started the day off once again with no wind and no drift. The guys and gal did what they had to with the gulps/spros to pick away at the fluke and sea bass until we finally got some movement. Once we did the crew was able to bang away at the fluke until it was time to come home. Catches ranged up to limits. Nelson Mendoza and his daughter Emily, Kinellon, had a very nice day together and ended up with five nice fluke between them. Mike Scher, Long B
This morning gave us wind against the tide once again with very little drift. The guys and gals worked the spros/gulps hard and had action with some nice fish to put in the coolers. Once the tide finally changed the drift got way too fast and we had to leave the area. Finished the day closer to home with nice short action and a few more nicer fish to take home. Tom Hollywood Sr., Staten Island, NY took another pool with a 4+ lb fish. Kim has had a hot hand this season and
Went back to where we fished yesterday and had zero drift with zero wind for much of the day. The guys and gals worked it and still managed to put some nice fish on ice. When the drift finally came the folks, especially the ladies, were able to put more keepers in the coolers until it was time to come home. Some nice seabass were also caught today. Arnold Wendroff, Bayonne, took the pool with a nice fish caught on the last drift. SAILING 7:30 AM WEEKDAYS & 6:00 AM WEEKEND