Fishing Reports

Atlantic Highlands fluke fishing September 7

We have been making both morning and afternoon trips everyday from the Atlantic Highlands marina. Today the current and the wind made for some pretty tough drifting conditions. We did not fish in the deep water but heavy weights were needed. There was a lot of action with the shorts and some nice size keepers were caught. Ben had the big fish of the morning with a 7 lber and Rob was a close second with a 6 plus lber. We also had a handful of keepers in the 4 to 5 lb range. On the afternoon trip the fishing was a bit better. It was still a fast drift but with less wind. We had more keepers with Kent Mosely and Bobby Brazickie having the two biggest  of the afternoon (Bobby also had 3 keepers). You can see these new pictures and the others in the gallery. We are sailing everyday making two trips (8am to 12:30 and 1:30 to 6pm).  Looking forward to seeing everyone.

Atlantic Highlands fluke fishing September 4

We have been making both morning and afternoon trips everyday from the Atlantic Highlands marina. The past few days we have seen plenty of action with everybody catching fish. There are a lot of throw backs but there are some nice size keepers caught. At times the drift can be fast so heavy weights are needed. As I said before it is a good idea to bring  a light and heavy rod  to be ready for the drifting conditions. Both morning and afternoon trips have been pretty much the same. Today Ted Sarn from Huddleston Va. caught our biggest fluke of the season at 11 lbs. Ted used to fish with me on the Happy before moving away. You can see his picture in the gallery with some of the of other nice size fluke. We are sailing everyday making two trips (8am to 12:30 and 1:30 to 6pm). Looking forward to seeing everyone.

Ted Sarn's 11pound fluke

Ted Sarn from Huddleston Va. caught the biggest fluke of the season on the Atlantic Star today. He is one of the customers who used to fish with me on the Happy before moving away ( check out the hat). See his picture in the gallery.

Atlantic Highlands fluke fishing September 2

We have made both morning and afternoon trips from the Atlantic Highlands marina everyday. Yesterday ( Monday September 1) we saw plenty of action. As usual the shorts outnumbered the keepers but we were able to have a good amount of keepers on both trips. The big fish of the day was a 8.1 lb beauty caught by Andrew Wronski from Linden on the afternoon trip. Today the morning was better than the afternoon. Both trips had good action but the morning had more keepers. Overall the past few days have been some of the better days of the season. Hopefully the fishing will to continue.  Sometimes the drift can be pretty fast so you might need some heavy weights. There are some new pictures in the gallery so take a look. We are sailing everyday making two trips (8am to 12:30 and 1:30 to 6pm). Looking forward to seeing everyone.

Atlantic Highlands fluke fishing August 31

WE have been sailing everyday making both trips from the Atlantic Highlands marina. The past two days we have been fishing in some stronger currents. Sometimes in the channel or some times out of the channels. There has been plenty of action and we have seen more keepers. Both trips have been about the same depending on the drifting conditions. Some people have been using the spro's  while some are catching on bait. The gulp and spearing or killie  has been the best bait combo if you don't want to work the spro. We had no limits today but Terry and tire John were able to catch keepers apiece on the afternoon trip . Not everyone is catching keepers but some others were able to catch from one to three keepers. It's a good idea to bring a light and heavy rod to be ready for the different drifting conditions. WE have plenty of room to put the extra rods. There are some new pictures in the gallery so take a look. We are sailing everyday making two trips (8am to 12:30 and 1:30 to 6 pm). Looking forward to seeing everyone.

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