September 15, 2014

Monday report

Want to start this report to remind you that Tuesday is our " Fluke Marathon" fishing from 7:00am to 4:00 pm .. No reservations required.. The morning started out slower, the first couple of stops, did not provide much action ,some shorts and some keepers. We moved south ,  fished some wrecks  had better activity with the keeper fluke.  We had some jumbo sea bass keeping you busy, we had to throw them back. We went wreck hopping, some  wrecks produced quality fluke others were dry. .
Charlie Schwalje of Marco Island  Fl. took the pool $$$ with a 6 lb. 4 oz.  fluke plus he had  his limit. Roy from Burlington N.J. had a quality 5 lb. 14 oz. fluke plus  three other keepers. Some of  the group had any where from 1 to 3 keepers, some went home with empty coolers. Late afternoon the fish bite got active , were stood out  one hour longer to give the group more fishing time..
SEE YOU IN THE MORNING..
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September 14, 2014

Sunday report

  It was a "decent day" of fishing today, regarding the ocean conditions  we had yesterday. The  weather was comfortable, the morning started out with a faster drift, as the morning went on, the drift became a  good .7 kts. We had action right from the start, at first with some larger  short fluke
almost  eighteen inches and some nice keepers, as the drift slowed down the keeper fluke coming over the rail picked up. We had to throw back some jumbo knucklehead sea bass.
Roy from Burlington N.J. took home the $$$ pool with a 6 lb. 2 oz. fluke. Bobby Blackfish had four keepers up to 4 lbs. 10 oz. Charlie from Freehold N.J. also had four fluke up to 4 lbs. Some of the group had anywhere from one to three keepers. and some had shorts and sea bass throwbacks..
Tomorrow is looking like another nice fishing day. Join us in the morning, we leave at 7:30 am..
Tuesday is our Fluke Marathon Fishing from 7:00 am to 4:00pm. No reservation required..
You can drive your car behind our boat, we will help you unload your gear, then you can go and park your car. Free Parking..
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September 13, 2014

Saturday report

The weather kept us port today with the rest of the fleet.
See you tomorrow morning we leave at 7:30 am.
Don't forget the Tuesday Fluke Marathon from 7:00am to 4:00pm. No reservations required.
We supply the bait and have rod  rentals.. Join us and stock up on your fluke fillets, the season is  getting short...

September 12, 2014

Friday report

 It was  great weather and a good day to be on the water .Overall,  it was a decent day of fishing and
"everyone went home with fish".. The morning started out with a faster drift, but that did not stop the short fluke from jumping on your hook.   As  the drift slowed down to .8 kts the keeper fluke got active with some nice quality keepers coming over the rail. Charlie from Freehold N.J. put five keepers in his cooler plus he won the pool $$$ with a nice 5 lb. 8 oz. pounder. Mike Klein did not do too bad either  with a 4 1/2 pounder plus other keepers. Tom O'brien took home a bag of fluke fillets. We had other bigger fluke  up  to 5 lbs 4 oz. come over the rail.. The big fluke are still out there waiting to be put in  your freezer. THE SEASON IS GETTING SHORTER, Join us tomorrow morning, we leave at 7:30 am.
Don't forget out Fluke Marathon every Tuesday,  7:00am to 4:00pm. No reservations required.
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September 11, 2014

Thursday report

Not much of a report today, we went fishing, weather was good, drift was a little fast, good action  with the short fluke (some were almost 18 inches),  no action with the keeper fluke. .We should have a better day tomorrow. See you in the morning.

September 10, 2014

Wednesday

We will be fishing tomorrow, see you in the morning
Checked the ocean around 6:00pm and the ocean was flat.

September 9, 2014

Tuesday-- No fishing Wednesday

 No Fishing Tomorrow -- Wednesday , looks like a "rock & roll"  day on the ocean.
See you on Thursday.
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