Fishing Reports

Atlantic Highlands fluke fishing June 4

Made both morning and afternoon trips again today. On the morning trip the drifting conditions were good. We made long drifts and picked at shorts and keepers. By the end of the morning we ended up with our best catch of keepers so far this season. The high point of the trip was the 11 pound fluke caught by Ben Santo from Aberdeen N.J. This is the second fluke over 10 pounds caught on the ATLANTIC STAR this year (plus the 9 3/4  on June 1). On the afternoon trip the drifting conditions were not as good but we still managed to catch more keepers then the past few days plus some shorts. Take a look at the gallery and see Ben's 11 pounder plus some other keepers from today. The weatherman says it is supposed to rain (he might be wrong ) so we will be fishing. We are fishing everyday making two trips (8am to 12:30 and 1:30 to 6pm) so come have some fun. Looking forward to seeing everyone.

Atlantic Highlands fluke fishing June 3

We have been making both morning and afternoon trips the past few days. Everyday has been different. Sometimes the morning trip is better and sometimes its the afternoon trip. Yesterday the morning trip was better and today we caught more fluke on the afternoon trip. We are still fishing ion the Sandy Hook bay area. There are some new pictures in the gallery from the past few days so take a look. We ere fishing everyday making two trips (8am to 12:30 and 1:30 to 6pm) Looking forward to seeing everyone.

Atlantic Highlands fluke fishing June 1

Made both morning and afternoon trips again today. The fishing today on both trips was pretty much the same. Depending on the drifting conditions we catch shorts with some keepers mixed in. On the morning trip today we had our second biggest fluke of the season. Daisy Park from Little Ferry N.J. caught a 9 3/4 pound doormat. You can see her picture and others from today in the gallery. We are still finding most of the action in Sandy Hook bay. We are fluke fishing everyday making two trips (8am to 12:30 and 1:30 to 6pm). Come get your picture in the gallery. Looking forward to seeing everyone.

Atlantic Highlands fluke fishing May 31

Made both morning and afternoon trips again today. On the morning trip we started out catching a mix of shorts and keepers with good drifting conditions. When we lost the drift the action slowed down. On the afternoon trip the drift was better and so was the action. We picked at a mostly shorts with some keepers mixed in. We never know which trip will be better. Most of the action has been in the Sandy Hook bay area. There are some new pictures in the gallery from today so take look. We are fishing everyday making two trips (8am to 12:30 and 1:30 to 6pm). The weather looks good so come make a trip and have some catching fluke. Looking forward to seeing everyone.

Atlantic Highlands fluke fishing May 30

Well the weatherman really made a big mistake with his forecast for today. All you heard for today was downpour and monsoon rain. As it turned out we had some drizzle on the morning trip and sunshine on the afternoon trip. Today the afternoon trip was much better then the morning trip. We had better drifting conditions in the afternoon and everyone had fun catching fish. Most of the fish were shorts but we ended up with one of better number of keepers. You can see pictures of some of todays fluke in the gallery. Sandy Hook bay was the better area today. We are fishing everyday making two trips (8am to 12:30 and 1:30 to 6pm). We never know which trip is going to be better so just plan one and come join us for some fun fishing. Looking forward to seeing everyone.

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