Fishing Report

Bait, bait and more bait!! Was the cry yesterday out front on our beaches. Fresh cut bunker and clams was definitely the way to go to get into some nice keeper bass yesterday. The bay remains a hit and miss on small bass and blues and still no crabs to speak of… John Yac

Fishing Report

Good day yesterday! Just about everyone who ventured out yesterday had a bend in their rod, both bait and plug casters alike. Bass and blues were taking SP minnows, poppers and buck tails on the artificial front and cut bunker and clams in the bait department. Hopefully today will be a repeat performance of yesterday’s action in the surf, will see… John Yac

Fishing Report

The south winds of yesterday, known for poor surf fishing turned out to be good luck to a couple of anglers willing to put in their time. Two nice keeper bass, 18 lbs. and 28 lbs. fell to cut bunker out front. The bite in the bay is about the same, bluefish and small bass on bait and lures are being taken now and then. Crabbing has yet to start out back, but our boats are in and ready to go! We got a bunch of Van Staal reels and hats in yesterday with with more to come… John Yac

Fishing Report

The surf and bay report is about the same as the past few days. Short to keeper size bass have been falling to bunker and clams alike, mix in some small to slammer size blues and you have the picture. Some nice keeper size fluke have also been taking bait and artificial lures alike in the surf, but the season for these flatties is closed till the 25th of this month, so they must be released unharmed. Still no crabs out back, just babies but that will change any day now. The rental boats are in and ready to go!… John Yac

Fishing Report

Some quality fish taken in the surf yesterday! Artificial lures were the number one fish catchers. SP minnows, mag darters, rubber paddle tail jigs, and add buck tails now to the list. >>> We now have crabbing boats in the water for rent. These boats hold 5 passengers max. and rent for $80.00 for 4 hours, $100.00 for 8 hours. All safety items and gasoline are included. Rental times start at 7AM and end at 5PM. <<< They are still catching bluefish off the dock out back on cut bunker!… John Yac

Fishing Report

Yesterday the fishing out front on bait was good till the wind picked up! Bluefish, bass and black drum were being taken on cut bunker and clams from Lavalette thru IBSP. We finely had some nice blues taken off the dock yesterday on cut bunker. With more favorable winds today the surf fishing should be good! No crabs yet out back!… John Yac

 

 

Fishing Report

Yesterday was a good day for sure out front! Bass up to 27 lbs. hit local scales along with bluefish and black drum. The bait guys fishing cut bunker and clams were having some steady action at times, while the plug casters throwing SPs and rubber paddle tail jigs were also seeing some action. We had a nice bluefish come up late yesterday afternoon out back off the dock on cut bunker. It sure looks like things are finally coming together. All we need now is for the crabbing to get started! … John Yac

Fishing Report

Yesterday’s catch in the surf was more like it! Bluefish, bass and black drum all fell to bait and lures alike. Every angler fishing wasn’t hooked up by any means, but the bite was definitely better than past few days that’s for sure. Seaside Park thru IBSP was the hot spots yesterday… John Yac

Fishing Report

The bass pick goes on! Short to keeper size bass are still being taken out front on SP minnows, clams and cut bunker. You can find these fish from Lavalette thru IBSP. So far the spring bluefish run in our area has been almost non existent. Cooler water temps for this time of the year both bay and ocean may be to blame. The bay is still holding plenty of adult size bunker and the crabbing hasn’t started yet off the dock… John Yac

Fishing Report

Bass and bluefish are taking clams and cut bunker out front. Not a ton of fish by any means but just enough to keep the beach guys interested. There is still plenty of bait in the bay but no fish on them to speak of. Crabbing has not started out back yet, but we should have boats in the water by next weekend to kick off the season… John Yac