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  • 2016-02-13 Adam Bomb Cape May

    2016-02-13 Adam Bomb Cape May

    With all that considered and an arctic blast coming in this weekend, we're going to haul the boat for winter layup and maintenance in order to be ready to go for the April 1st tog opener! Please give us a call or email soon to get your 2016 dates reserved for all of the great trips that we offer!
  • 2016-02-11 Norma K Point Pleasant Beach

    2016-02-11 Norma K Point Pleasant Beach

    Gale force winds and some pretty cold weather is heading this way. So like I said in the previous report, we will JUST BE SAILING WEEKENDS (Not this weekend due to weather).
  • 2016-02-11 Ristori Bay Head

    2016-02-11 Ristori Bay Head

    Despite very cold temperatures and strong winds, it will be warm in the Middletown VFW, on Veteran's Lane off Rt. 36 East, where the annual Hi-Mar Striper Club's Fishing Flea Market and Seminars will run from 8 a. m. to 3 p. m. Saturday. Over the past 18 years this event has raised nearly 250,000 making it one of IGFA's most successful fund raising events on their annual calendar. A cocktail hour precedes a deluxe hot and cold buffet dinner followed by the Fishing Tackle Bonanza Auction where thousands of dollars worth of fishing tackle including rods, reels, line and lures donated by major tackle manufacturers and local tackle shops, plus jewelry, marine artwork and other fishing related items and accessories will be given away.
  • 2016-02-10 Ristori Bay Head

    2016-02-10 Ristori Bay Head

    Paul Jameson from Philadelphia bagged three cod, two pollock and five ling. Striper pro Chuck Many will be doing one of the seminars, and I'll be there with some tackle that my wife insists on getting out of the garage.
  • 2016-02-09 Adam Bomb Cape May

    2016-02-09 Adam Bomb Cape May

    The water was cold with 39 degrees as far out as 10 miles and 42-44 degrees from 15-30 miles. The best bite seems to be the further you get from the Delaware Bay as the water flowing out of the bay is quite cold from all the snow runoff.
  • 2016-02-09 Jamaica II Brielle

    2016-02-09 Jamaica II Brielle

  • 2016-02-07 Norma K Point Pleasant Beach

    2016-02-07 Norma K Point Pleasant Beach

    High hook had there limit, some 1s, 2s and 3s scattered around the boat and a few had tough day overall. Stop by our Facebook page to check out a few photos of todays action!
  • 2016-02-07 Reel Class Point Pleasant

    2016-02-07 Reel Class Point Pleasant

    In regards to seabass and fluke, we still have no idea what the SEASONS will be but the length of the fluke season will be similar to last year with PROBABLY the same regulations (18 5 fish). For next fall, I'm 99. 9 sure we will be carrying BONUS tags for those overpopulated nuisance slot sized fish in the 24-27. 9999 range ) We will be in the same slip at Clark's, however the docks will have a new, refreshed look as we are getting BRAND NEW docks out on the west dock.
  • 2016-02-07 Ristori Bay Head

    2016-02-07 Ristori Bay Head

    Sunday was another beautiful day for ocean fishing, but there was no change in the mackerel situation as the Golden Eagle from Belmar jigged loads of herring with only scattered mackerel among them. The Big Mohawk from Belmar fished offshore for blackfish on Saturday.
  • 2016-02-06 Ristori Bay Head

    2016-02-06 Ristori Bay Head

    It was a nice mid-winter day for offshore fishing, and there were plenty of herring to be jigged when the Golden Eagle sailed out to the 17 Fathoms area. The Golden Eagle will be sailing again at 7 30 a. m. from Belmar on Sunday -- and the forecast is great once again with temperatures up to 46 degrees and 5-to-10-mph NW winds before it may get windier later in the afternoon before a NE blow on Monday.