We will not be fishing from Monday, Sept 28, through Friday, October 2. WE WILL BE FISHING ON SATURDAY, OCT. 3 & SUNDAY, OCT 4. FOR BLACKFISH & PORGIES.. WE WILL HAVE GREEN CRABS AND CLAMS ABOARD AND WILL BE PUTTING IN SOME TIME FOR THE GUYS WHO WANT TO PLAY WITH SOME TOGS!!!! STARTING THURSDAY, OCT 8, WE WILL RESUME FISHING EVERY DAY AT 7:00 AM WITH THE RE-OPENING OF THE SEA BASS SEASON!!
We were hoping the wind forecast might improve for our Saturday Fluke marathon but it does not look like it will happen so we have cancelled it. It sure would have been nice to get it in for the final day with all of our A-Team fisher men and women signed up but that's the way it goes! I would like to thank all of you who made the 2020 fluke season so enjoyable in this stressful year and wish the best to those of you who put your gear away each year until the start of the f
A good group of mainly EB II regulars took advantage of the light wind forecast today. Started the day back where we fished yesterday but could only find short action. Decided to head off into deeper water and spent the rest of the day picking away on each drift with fish up to 9 pounds. A couple of the folks managed two keepers each, some had one each and some, unfortunately, were bitten by the short bug. Rich Reed, Stillwater, took the pool with a 9 pound 1 ounce BEAUTY!
It was nice to get back on the fluke grounds with a great group of EB II fluke fishers. The ocean was surprisingly flat after several days of strong ENE wind. We covered some ground and wound up finding some shorts and a few keepers in a couple of areas while a couple of other areas still had little life following the blow. Greg Herring, Plainfield, had a pair of nice keepers which included the 6 pound pool fish. IF YOU HAVE RESERVATIONS FOR EITHER FRIDAY OR SATURDAY AND