Fishing Report

The dock out back yesterday around mid day was giving up some nice blues to a couple of guys fishing cut bait. There were also a few keeper crabs being taken by those giving crabbing a shot. The ocean is seeing a increase in the size of bass being caught both on bait and plugs, and the inlet at the right time is giving up some nice size blues… John Yac

 

 

 

Fishing Report

Blue fish action in the back bay remains a early evening bite. Cut bunker and mullet along with swimming n popping plugs are working on these hungry blues. The ocean side is seeing a increase in short to keeper size bass being taken on clams and cut baits… John Yac

Fishing Report

Big blues very close to home! Yesterday late afternoon to early evening the blues had a school of bunker pushed right up against our bulkhead out back of the shop. This hot action was well within casting range and the blues were decent size. This weekend would be a great time to jump on one of our rental boats and take a look around. If you like battling nice size blues on light tackle, now is the time!… John Yac

Fishing Report

More of the same as yesterday! Remember we have a few boats in the water along with our fleet of pontoons. The crabbing remains a pick, but the fishing in the bay for the blues from one of our boats is a great way to go!… John Yac

Fishing Report

Small bass in the surf and blues of mixed sizes in the bay is what’s happening right now. Bait on both fronts seems to be the way to go, but the died in the wool plug guys are getting their share of action in each location. Crabbers are still picking keeper crabs off our dock, we have a few boats in the water now along with our pontoon boats ready for your pleasure… John Yac

>>> We are still looking for people to work in the shop and jetski hut. Call 732-830-8171 or just come in and ask for Tom <<<

Fishing Report

Slammer blues are increasing in numbers both in the bay and out front in the ocean. Mixed in with these fish in both locations are short to keeper size bass. Cut bunker and large poppers are always the way to go with those tackle busting blues. Clams, sand and blood worms along with X-Raps, SP style swimmers and buck tails will all score on the bass. Crabbers have been catching keeper size crabs off our dock for a few days now, no great blitz but a good start to the season… John Yac

>>> We are still looking for help at the Dock! Stop in and ask for Tom <<<

Fishing Report

Nice fresh bunker and sand worms for the weekend! With a great weather forecast and some keeper bass in our area this will be a great time to hit the beach. Reports of slammer blues just to the south of us at Graveling Point is a great sign they will be here any day!… John Yac

P.S. >>> We are looking for a responsible person to work 32 to 40 hours a week in the tackle shop. Call 732-830-8171 or just stop in and ask for Tom Cortese

Fishing Report

Great weather day today! The rivers and back bays are still producing short bass and some nice winter flounder. Use worms and clams on the bass and flatties for bait. Small swimmers and rubber tails are driving those small bass crazy! The surf seems a bit slow right now but that should change soon… John Yac

Fishing Report

Things have been picking up in Island Beach State Park the past couple of days. A keeper size bass or two have been taken on the ocean side both on bait and artificial lures. Clams are always an early season favorite along with blood and sand worms, while rubber swim shad and SP style swimmers also make good artificial choices. Rising air temperatures along with southerly winds will start to warm the ocean waters increasing the action… John Yac

Fishing Report

The bay and river has been loaded with bait! Large spearing and bunker are being chased by schoolie size bass and if you look close enough, nice size winter flounder are also getting in on the action. Oyster Creek, Toms River and the bay side of Seaside Park have been the recent hot spots. We are now carrying SAND worms along with BLOOD worms for your live bait selections. Small SP style swimmers and thin rubber jigs are also scoring on these fish… John Yac