Bob Vitro of true Life Taxidermy, Middletown NY (the premier taxidermist in the northeast) had his Nantucket Fluke charter yesterday. Excellent fishing on fluke and seabass through the day with great size on both. During the day when we were able to shake a boat or two in the area we were able to hit […]
Bobby Boytel and Mike Danon and the boys from the Nautical Mile in Freeport came up for a couple of days of fluke fishing. Great fishing with loads of 6-9 pound fish and double digit pool winners daily. We also had the Cape Cod Salties fishing club and a few open boat trips all with […]
The big fluke and seabass are chasing the sand eels up into the shallow water making for some easy fishing. After a good morning we looked off a ways, but ended up back inside for more great fishing! Here are a few fish that deserve honorable mention: Rich Demelo Clifton, NJ 9.3 pounds Al […]
A couple of days of some great big fluke. Weather has been ideal for hard bottom spot fishing for the big ones as well as open bottom drifting for mediums. We have been moving much further inshore for some easy fishing in the shallows. Ken Whiting’s biggest fluke ever, 10.5 pounds. Ken is by far […]
This Past week, North Jersey’s premier tackle shop, Jigging World, had their first annual 2-Day Fluke fishing trip aboard the Helen H. They had a great trip with a bunch of nice size fish.
Over the past days we have dozens of personal best fluke and seabass, a few of which are pictured below. We have also added an additional Nantucket layover Fluke trip to the schedule, August 18-19th and have dates available for a few 6-man 8 hour Nantucket fluke trips. Call the office for info at 508-790-0660 […]
It was a great week of offshore fishing fluke and seabass. Lots of fluke in the 7-11 pound range and seabass 3-6 pounds. Great weather and conditions almost every day, with one exception where we had wind against the tide most of the day, though we still ended up doing well. The office has been confirming reservations on all […]
2 Day Tuna Trip September 10 & 11, 2011 We headed to the end of a sizeable slug of warm water, and steamed down to a near-10-degree break (65 degrees up against 74-plus degrees) between Hydrographer’s and Veatch’s Approaching the break Saturday morning, Joe noted the water—while blue—was a bit cloudy for the first mile […]