Fishing Report

Still plenty of small blues out there. With great weather and bait present in the surf, this weekend should be good enjoy a little surf action. The bigger fish will be here soon, but don’t sit at home waiting for the phone to ring. Diligence and perseverance is the keys to success in surf fishing, just ask any top notch surf angler. We still have a few boats in the water for the weekend for those who like to take one last shot at crabbing!… John Yac

Fishing Report

Don’t let this early rain discourage you one bit! It’s going to clear out early AM and with NW winds and incoming tide this morning surf fishing conditions should be ideal. Fresh mullet, fresh bunker and live eels are all in stock for your fishing needs. They are still taking keeper crabs out back off the dock along with snapper blues and small blowfish… John Yac

Fishing Report

Plenty of bait, a good amount of small blues, and the numbers of short bass increasing daily. The surf conditions are good with a light to moderate NE wind in the forecast for today. Not many surfcasters out there taking advantage of some early fall action. We are expecting our first delivery of LIVE EELS today which we will have in stock through the rest of the season. FRESH MULLET and GREEN CRABS are also in stock… John Yac

Fishing Report

Not the greatest fishing conditions by any means but small blues and bass are being taken daily. Cut baits and artificial lures are running about 50/50 on their fish catching ability. Bring rain gear with you today just to be on the safe side. The weekend right now is looking good weather wise and the arrival of bigger fish should happen any day. Quiet out back, there is no one really trying. We will still have a few boats in the water for the weekend… John Yac

 

 

 

 

 

Fishing Report

Rain gear today for sure! All kinds of bait including a good amount of mullet are within casting range of our beaches and inlets, bringing in small to medium size blues with short bass also mixed in. There is word of a couple of keeper bass taken the last few days but we can’t verify that report. Sandy Hook and Raritan Bay areas had some nice keeper bass action over the weekend. These fish were taken by boat and surf fisherman alike, on bait and artificial methods. Remember we have GREEN CRABS in stock with LIVE EELS coming in by the weekend… John Yac

Fishing Report

Fluke season ends midnight tonight! Last chance to put a few of those tasty fillets on your dinner table. The surf still has a lot of short fluke with a few really nice keepers mixed in, (we still have killies!). Small to medium size blues along with some hungry small bass are chasing schools of bait including mullet in close. With great weather in the forecast for today, why not hit the beach!… John Yac

Fishing Report

Another good surf fishing day on tap! With SE winds and plenty of small bait including mullet joining the mix, should bring some decent blue fish action today. Only two days left in the NJ fluke season and there is still some nice flatties moving in and out of the surf line for the taking. We still have live killies in stock. Live eels and green crabs will be in shortly, call for availability. Crabbers out back are still picking a few keeper crabs… John Yac

Fishing Report

Things were about the same yesterday, small blues, small fluke, small baits. Today with stronger easterly winds in the forecast, holding bottom will be in the 8 oz. plus range. Remember when you are casting 8 plus ounces, give those rods a break! More of a lob cast will due just fine, for 9 out of 10 times the fish are at your feet! Crabbing out back remains slow, but snapper blues and small blow fish are keeping the woodbee crabbers happy… John Yac

 

Fishing Report

Small blues out front yesterday for those few guy giving it a shot. Small pieces of bunker or mullet seem to be doing the trick yesterday fished on a hi-lo or float type of rig. Using small metals and small poppers will cover the artificial side… John Yac

Fishing Report

Five days left in the New Jersey fluke season, Saturday September 22 is the last day to put some of those tasty fillets on your table. Bluefish in the 2 lb. to 4 lb. range remains the number one target right now in the surf. The heavy wave action that we have been experiencing in the surf the past few days is due to the left over effects of Florence. These surf conditions have been keeping many surf anglers at home. Once the surf returns to normal the fishing should pick up… John Yac