FISHERMEN Mondays Report Made our way into the Ocean once again, had a little East wind blowing but it wasn't too bad. Current started to run hard up the beach across the wind, breeze picked up and it got rolley as hell.
Early last week you could see 40-feet visibility and there were Spanish mackerel, Bonita, ribbon fish, and a Cobia came by the boat. Later in the week it blew out of the southwest and the water got cloudy and green again.
The Miss Belmar Princess is sailing daily for blues, bonito and mackerel from 7 30 a. m. 2 30 p. m. and every afternoon from 4 30 p. m. 8 30 p. m. for fluke, sea bass and ling. The Royal Miss Belmar is sailing daily from 7 30 a. m. 12 00 p. m. for fluke, sea bass and ling.
We had a pretty good NE wind today that made some areas a little rough not horrible but a annoying roll so we stayed away from those places. which is good for you as the crowds will be small but not so much for me.
Capt. Rob Semkewyc also did well with keepers that day, but today it was back to shorts as one angler caught 27 without a keeper on the Sea Hunter. Bob Correll reported from Bay Head that the cocktail blues failed to hit metal in t he surf for the second day in a row.
Atlantic Highlands fluke fishing August 4 04 August 2019 Capt. Tom Made bot morning and afternoon trips again today. We are half day fishing for fluke everyday making two trips (8am to 12 30 and 1 30 to 6pm).
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