Fishing Report

The number of fluke in the surf seems to be increasing daily, add to that catches of small blue fish are also on the rise. Not too bad for this time of the year. Buck tail jigs tipped with gulp are accounting for the majority of fluke taken while cut mullet on spiked rods are picking off the passing blues. Crabbing remains steady from the dock and our rental boats and snapper blues are increasing in numbers and size… John Yac

Fishing Report

The calm “after” the storm. describes today’s weather. Fluke fishing in the surf along with some kingfish is what’s happening right now. Large rays at times makes surf fishing interesting. Shark fishing after dark continues. Crabbing in the bay is steady. Still not a lot of snappers or blowfish to talk about in our area… John Yac

Fishing Report

HOT- HOT- HOT is the weekend forecast, so standing at the waters edge with rod in hand is surely the place to be! Fluke fishing in the surf is spotty right now and the occasional bluefish just may save the day. Crabbing remains steady with a pick of blowfish and snappers mixed in. But fishing is fishing and I can’t think of a better way to spend a hot summers day… John Yac

Fishing Report

Fluke may be the number one target right now but the slammer bluefish is always lurking in the shadows. Having a bait rod out for blues doesn’t hurt while targeting fluke from the beach. Shark fishing at night in IBSP still goes on and the A 23 beach access road to the inlet remains closed until the first week in August. Crabbing in the bay remains good while the boats are out producing the dock, shore bound crabbers are still putting nice catches together when the put in a little time. Snapper blues are showing up around the big bridge area, fluke are being taken in the BB and BI buoy areas… John Yac

Fishing Report

Fishing for fluke by day surf or boat is the number one target right now. King fish and some blowfish with a occasional small bluefish rounds out the daytime possibilities. Shark fishing has become the night time thing in IBSP. Crabbing in the bay is steady, and some small snapper blues are starting to show… John Yac

Fishing Report

Another hot one in the forecast again today. With air temperatures in the high 90’s and high humidity in the forecast the ocean’s edge is the only place you will get a little relief today. So while your there why not have a rod in your hand and give some fluking a try. All you need is a small rod with a small buck tail tipped with gulp or a natural squid strip and your in business. Remember you are allowed to take (2) 16″ fluke from the shore only in IBSP as part of your 5 fluke at 18″ bag limit… John Yac

Fishing Report

Now that we have the holiday weekend in our rearview mirror we can get back to things at hand. Surf fishing remains a slow pick with small blues and fluke the main targets. The inlet area remains the best location for these flatties but beach access is limited to foot traffic only in IBSP and the long walk through soft sand deters many anglers. The bay is producing some nice catches of blue claw crabs from boats and shore location. Remember we carry live killies throughout the fluke season… John Yac

Fishing Report

Get ready here they come! July 4th weekend the celebration of our country’s independence marks the beginning of the summer season at the New Jersey shore. When the weather permits the local beaches and businesses will be hopping. The surf fishing right now is so so at best with small blues and fluke being the main targets. Crabbing remains the best bet right now to put a nice meal on the table, with good catches of large crabs coming from our dock and rental boats… John Yac