Fishing Reports

Atlantic Highlands fluke fishing August 27

We have been making both morning and afternoon trips everyday from the Atlantic Highlands marina. On the morning trip today we fished in Sandy hook channel. The fishing was as good as you want with plenty of action with everyone catching fish. There were a lot of shorts caught but only a few keepers. On the afternoon trip the wind picked up out of the southeast and the conditions were no good. We were able to move onto the Flynns Knoll area where it was calmer with better drifting conditions. The short action was not as good as the morning but we were able to end the afternoon with more keepers than the morning. We have not seen the rough seas and strong rip current that the media hype has been talking about and if the ocean does get rough we always have the bay to fish in. There are some new pictures in the gallery from the past few days 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 fishng August 24

We have been making both morning and afternoon trips everyday from the Atlantic Highlands marina. On Friday 8/22 the morning trip was tough and on the afternoon trip we picked away at shorts with some keepers. While some people had no keepers we had a high hook of four. On Saturday 8/25 both trips were not good. Today was not great but it was an improvement over yesterday. We picked a mix of mostly shorts with a few keepers each trip. Tire John was the exception on the morning trip with his five fish limit. The pick was about the same on the afternoon trip with a high hook of two keepers. We are sailing everyday making two trips (8am to 12:30 and 1:30 to 6pm). The kids are going back to school soon so lets get that fishing trip in before they go back. Looking forward to seeing everyone.

Atlantic Highlands fluke fishing August 21

Made both morning and afternoon trips the past few days  from the Atlantic Highlands marina. As usual the drifting conditions play an important role in the fishing. Today the conditions were ok. On the morning trip we had a steady pick of  fish with mostly shorts but some keepers caught each drift. While some people had no keepers Jim from Piscataway was able to land 4 Keepers. Everyone caught fish. The afternoon trip was pretty much the same, nice action with a high hook of 3 for J D while some had all shorts. There are some new pictures in the gallery so take a look. We are sailing everyday making two trips ( 8am to 12:30 and !:30 to 6pm). Looking forward to seeing everyone. Don't forget school starts soon so lets get the kids out fishing before they go back.

Atlantic Highlands fluke fishing August 18

Made both morning and afternoon trips today from the Atlantic Highlands marina. We started catching fish on the first drift of the morning. Everything looked good till we lost the drift. When we lost the drift the catching dropped way off. On the afternoon trip the conditions were better and so was the fishing. We picked fish the whole trip. The shorts outnumbered the keepers but there were some nice fluke caught. 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 15

WE have been making both morning and afternoon trips everyday from the Atlantic Highlands marina. When the conditions were good the fishing showed signs of improving. On the trips where the conditions were not good the fishing was tough. On some trips the short action keeps everyone busy with a few keepers mixed in. We are sailing everyday making two trips (8am to 12:30 and 1:30 to 6pm). There are some new pictures in the gallery so take a look. Looking forward to seeing everyone.

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