The great variety of fishing in the bay continues with blowfish, kingfish, blues, weakfish and black drum all hitting clam baits fishied on hi-low rigs with 1-2 oz of weight… Crabbing remains on the slow side with boats averaging anywhere from 6-24 keepers per boat… The surf is also a variety of bluefish on mullet, fluke on gulp mullets and kingfish on clams…John
Another slow day for crabbing off the dock but the rental boats seemed to pick up a few.
Blowfish, kingfish and snappers were caught off the dock all day keeping families busy.
Kingfish and blues off the surf were also brought in.
Yesterday’s weather sure put a damper on things. The usual fish were there for the taking but the weather didn’t cooperate. Today may be a rain gear day for those looking for a summer mix of blues, king fish, and fluke. John Yac
As we come to the close of summer the local beaches a still producing it’s usual mixed bag of great table fare. Small blues seem to be dominating the action with a nice mix of king fish fluke and croakers. Fresh cut bait is always the ticket with small metal and gulp leading the artificial category. John Yac
Crabbing again was slow today on the dock but the blowfish kept people busy all day again. a couple nice kingfish were also caught on the dock as well as weakfish.
More nice keeper fluke were brought in from the surf on bucktail and teaser as well as gulp.
Crabbing today was slow again but the blowfish were being caught all day on clams. Snappers and spot were also keeping people busy. A couple nice kingfish were taken from the dock as well as weakfish
Crabbing remains slower with boats catching anywhere from 8-18 crabs.. Blowfish in the bay is excellent with many anglers catching them from our Dock and bigger, better catches being made @ the BB and BI buoys. In addition there are tons of croakers, some weakfish, kingfish and snappers blues keeping anglers happy… .. Fluking off SSH- Ortley area has been of fire with limit catches the norm…
Crabbing is still a little slow but the blowfish and snappers are keeping everyone busy on the dock who is fishing for them.
More keeper fluke are coming off the surf.
Blowfishing is the name of the game the last few days over here at the dock. The little puffers are chewing their heads off attacking small bits of clams. Spots and pinfish are also taking the baits. There was also a black drum around 5lbs taken from the dock this morning. Fluke fishing has been great off the beaches and the casino pier area. Bucktails tipped with Gulp! baits have seem to be doing the best. The brown sharks are still being caught at night on fresh bunker chunks as well. Scott
Crabbing on the dock was a little slow but the blowfish showed up in numbers.Whoever fished for them stayed busy for most of the day.
There were some nice keeper fluke brought in from the surf up to 23 inches.