November 5

Stripers are here!!

Guys have been drifting eels up in the river, while others are in the areas below Barnegat Light down thru the white tower snagging and dropping the bunker for some nice catches. Others are using umbrella rigs, spoons, etc…..

There are a few tournaments coming up in the next several weeks, so let’s get out and catch the big one and support your local clubs for a good cause

The Redmen’s tourney is November 10 – 13

MICA tourney is November 17 – 20

Thurs – 10/20

Two reports of albacore all over outside but nothing underneath

Tog caught in front of the Coast Guard Station once the tide stopped.

No reports on the Striper up in the river or elsewhere.

As a reminder, we are in our fall/winter schedule of Fri – Mon from 7 to 4, weather permitting thru Nov/Dec Call ahead. All rentals are out of the water for the season. Thanks

Sunday – Oct 16

Those fishermen who have headed out by the Parkway bridge have been catching Striper. However, the catches seem to be in the 10-1 keeper ratio

Perch are also very good in that area along with in the cuts.

Stripers have been trolled up and down the banks and also heard of a nice 27 pound Striper taken in front of the Red tower on a Stretch 25.

Tog has been excellent using clam in front of the Coast Guard Station.

Sept 27

The weather gods didn’t deliver for our last weekend of Flounder season. Although the guys who did manage to get out had good catches with a couple of limits being taken.

Bay fishing is producing Blowfish, Snapper Blues and some really nice Weakfish. Chumming and moving around will bring these fish to the boat. Crabbing remains good for those who put their time in.

There are some Stripers being caught up in the Mullica, under the parkway bridge and along the sodbanks. Most are small but there are some keepers mixed in.

We are starting to take our rental boats for the season. For those who need a boat for the weekend, please call ahead to reserve so we can be sure to have one for you.

We are also starting to sell our ramp passes at a reduced rate for all of our ramp customers that love to chase Stripers. This will give you 24 hour access to our ramps until the end of the year. We also offer slips for the Striper season, along with winter storage.

Stop by for the latest reports on ocean and bay fishing Before you know it the water temps will have fallen and the Stripers will be here Get that bait and tackle ready to catch the big one!

Our Fall/Winter hours will be starting on Oct 15 through the end of the year. Friday through Monday only – 7 am to 4 pm. This is always weather permitting at this time of year, so please call ahead before venturing down.

Weds, Sept 21

Fishing out on the reefs has been okay with guys definitely taking fish home for the table. Lots of seabass around but of course you cannot keep them at this time.

Bay fishing is still turning up some keeper fluke, although the ratio of throwback to keeper is higher. Still Kingfish in the mix with some nice sized fish to be had. Blowfish and blues are still plentiful also. This coming Sunday, Sept 25th marks the last day of Flounder season. Looks to be a great weekend and have minnows, squid, chum etc.
Crabbing has been okay as long as you put your time into it.

9/13/16 Tues

Fluke in the bay are starting to move out but there are still some hanging in here. Had a rental out by 126 yesterday with a handful of throwbacks and only one keeper.

Guys fishing out on the ocean continue to bring home keeper Fluke from their favorite spots. Lots of smaller Seabass out there also.

One of our slip customers spend the day in the bay catching about 15 nice sized blowfish. Kingfish still here, and lots of snapper blues along with some smaller weakies, with the occasional nice keeper thrown in. Anchor up and chum and you should be catching something 👍

Crabbing is still decent and should continue.

Friday is our full moon kayak tour. Anyone interested in joining their tour and would like to reserve a kayak or additional info , please feel free to call.

Sat – Sept 10

Feedback from our customers is outside fishing was good with descent numbers of keeper fluke, snapper blues and sea bass being taken.

Inside the inlet, some keeper fluke also were caught.

We heard of a few throwbacks still inside, but with some nice showings of blowfish, kingfish, small Seabass and some weakies here, some are redirecting their attention to these fish now while inside.

Crabbing has picked up pretty nicely both in the bay and in some of the lagoons back in Mystic

Winds returned this afternoon and made fishing a bit sporty. Check your weather before heading out and be safe. Happy Fishing 🐟🦀

Sept 7 a Weds

With the weather settling down and returning to normal for the next few days, let’s get back to fishing!

Kingfish and blowfish are being caught at the usual spots. Flounder will have to be wait and see. We were catching them before the storm so we are hopeful they will still be around.

Crabbing is only going to improve as we approach the full moon.

Aug 25 – Thurs

With the strong winds the past few afternoons, fishing has been a little off. The people,who went to the reef early however, were pleased with their catches.

The bay was loaded with snapper blues. We had one of our rental boats come back with over 35 fish between 15-25″.

The fluke that were caught in the bay were at a more modest 1-2 keepers per boat.

Kingfish and blowfish have been more of a hit or miss subject and mostly because we haven’t heard too many out fishing for them. Fish bites and clam are the trick, along with heavy chumming.

Smaller weakies are still around in the 13-16″ range.

Crabbing has stalled a bit but will get better as the weather improves.