Fishing Report

Once again it’s Monday and the weekend warriors are gone, you can fish without a “buggy board” crossing your lines, life is good! Small blue fish, king fish and fluke are the order of the day with fresh cut bait or artificial lures doing the trick. The crabbing in the bay remains steady with most people taking home a nice meal of New Jersey blue crab. The last few days some short striped bass have been taken from our dock by people fishing for small bottom fish and snapper blues. John Yac

Dock Report

Last evening as the weather cooled the crabbing and fishing heated up.. Nice catches of crabs and snapper blues, black drum, blowfish, spot and a couple of kingfish kept our customers very busy well into the darkness… Beach fishermen are seeing a lot more weakfish this season than in the past few seasons and kingfish are also being caught on small hooks from the sand…John

Fishing Report

One more hot day! You guys know the drill by now, grab your surf rod and head to the beach. Small blues, king fish and a few fluke are the order of the day. With the water cleaning up a bit each each expect to see more fluke in the surf. Crabbing still remains steady from our dock and rental boats. John Yac

Fishing Report

Small blues and king fish seem to be the surf action right now with a occasional fluke thrown in the mix. Crabbing on the east side of the bay is more than holding it’s own. Some nice large males are coming in off our boats for those willing to move around and locate them. John Yac

Report Sat 07-21

Crabbing off the Dock has been sporadic but the boats are doing a fine job with catches of 2-5 dozen reported this morning… Small snapper blues, kingfish and black drum are also keeping the boat fishermen entertained… Snapper blues and spot are being caught from the Dock also…John

Fishing Report

No better way to beat the heat the standing at the waters edge. So while your there why not fish! Blue fish and some fluke are there to keep you interested while cooling off. Cut bait or artificial lures your choice will do the trick. Feeling to lazy to fish? come on over and enjoy our dock and play with with some blue claw crabs although the dock is a pick right now but our boats are doing much better. John Yac

Fishing Report

Island Beach State Park seems to be the place right now for keeper fluke in the surf and the area down by the inlet is a great place to start. The fish are being taken on fresh bait as well as artificial with gulp leading the pack. Blues are filling in the rest of the action along with a few bass mixed in. John Yac

Well here we go. Yesterday afternoon the brown sharks invaded the surf and the casino fishing pier. In the early part of the day the sharks were actually pushing schools of bunker around. Once the bunker moved out bunker heads seemed to be catching them better then just a body chunk. Oddly the bite seemed to be better during the day then after dark. There were also some monster size southern and cow nose rays willing to bust off your expensive tackle. Mark and I fished the manasquan river yesterday and even with the tide not in our favor we still managed 40 fluke and 5 keepers. Bucktails and gulp got it done. On the crabbing side, things seem to be so so but if you put your time in you can put a catch together. Scott

Fishing Report

Keeper fluke in the bay?? Yes it’s true! One of our rental boats was out fishing yesterday and while bouncing a small bucktail tipped with a spearing came in with three nice keepers. The fish were taken just off the route 37 bridge. Blue fish in the surf seem to be getting a little larger and are still hitting cut bait and metal. Crabbing remains steady and the small bottom fish are keeping the kids busy. John Yac

Fishing Report

With a little break in the weather and the crowds this week surf fishing is bound to pick up some. More anglers will hit the beach with cut bait and metal to take a shot at the blue fish that have been around for a while now. Crabbing both from our dock and our boats are steady. Small spot seem to be keeping the young ones busy while mom and dad crab. John Yac