CAPT. KEVIN'S FISHING REPORT

Captain Kevin Bradshaw

Catches of the WeekCheck out the Catches of the Week to the right. These and earlier photos can also be found in the "Photo Album" and you can download a complimentary copy of your photo from there. Enjoy!

NOV 10, 11, 12 & 13 UPDATE

THURSDAY- Kids were killing it with young James getting a 29" bass and young Mike getting his 1st keeper bass this season. William took the pool with a nice 10 lb bass. We ended the day with 1 fish away from the boat limit of 28-43 bass and some slots. All went home with fish for the dinner table.

FRIDAY- Chartered by a loyal group of folks who have been with us since we started in the Atlantic Highlands, unfortunately it was not a good day of catching for them. We started the morning with a bit of action on shorts, searched a lot and only managed 3 keepers for the trip.  Sorry folks, I did my best! It's" you should have been here yesterday and we will get them tomorrow" scenario.

SATURDAY-After a tough day Friday, Saturday the fish were biting once again. Eric had his 3rd keeper, which he released by 8:45 am, John took the pool with a 18lb bass and we were close to a boat limit of 28-43 as well as several slot fish.

SUNDAY- As of 9 am-OUTSTANDING FISHING-  Ernie and Joey each had 2 bass, Sean had 2 and released 5, Bob, Luke and Pat had nice keepers, close to boat limit and filling up on slots.

We are using swim shads and casting, so bring a spinner if you have.

ACCEPTING CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS ON BOAT

11/10/16 UPDATE

CHARTERED TOMORROW, FRIDAY, VETERAN'S DAY 11/11

Catching seemed to pick up Monday morning, but after landing half dozen keepers, it died down for the rest of the day. At the dock yesterday due to lack of angler participation, out fishing this morning. there is a picture of young Mike with his 1st bass of the season caught today.

CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS ACCEPTED ON BOAT NO ADVANCE PURCHASE OR RESERVATIONS.

10/31 & 11/1/16 UPDATE

Tough couple of days with a lot of searching and only a couple of keepers. We found patches of fish, but they just would not take the lines. Wednesday is a new day and hopefully a better one.

SAILING EVERYDAY CONDITIONS PERMITTING  7:30 AM-2:30 PM

CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS ACCEPTED ON BOAT  NO ADVANCE PURCHASE OR RESERVATION

11/5/16 UPDATE

So Wed the bass started to bite again and we had 3 days of good to great fishing. Each day most anglers had their limit of 28-43" bass and several slots each trip (when we fish NJ waters. they have to go back when in NY), catch and release, some days starting by 11 am. John & Joe & John each had a big keeper, Kevin H got his big bass, lots of fish all around. On Thursday,  Claire got the 1st keeper, a 38" bass, less than 40 minutes into the trip, not far behind was Pat with 34" by 10 am Chris, Ron & Kevin with limits early and catch and release for rest of trip. This morning started off good with Oliver and Dugan landing a matching pair of 36" bass, but then things slowed a bit and ended the day with only a few keepers and a couple of slots, blame it on the boat traffic, but I don't know.Tomorrow is a new day and with it a new adventure, so Join us!

ACCEPTING CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS ON BOAT  NO ADVANCE PURCHASE OR RESERVATIONS

 

SUN 10-30-16 UPDATE

Fishing was much better today then it was yesterday. While we still had to compete with boat traffic, we found a patch of fish that would cooperate for most of the morning. We slugged away catching a good amount of keepers mixed in with the slot fish. Fishing slowed down as the afternoon progressed. We are looking for the fishing to improve as weekend boat traffic diminishes. Check out some of todays catch in the photo section of George with a nice 20 lb bass, Pat with a 10 lb fish, Jim with a nice slot fish, N. Plainfield Johnny with a keeper bass and a monster blue, and Spencer, Jack & John with 3 nice keeper bass. Take notice most are wearing short sleeves as it was a beautiful summerlike day on the water, what a pleasant surprise. Jake and I will be at the dock ready for the day's adventure, join us!

Light rod and spinning reel is best as you need to be able to cast. If you don't have your bonus tag, no worries, we have them on the boat

SAILING DAILY, CONDITIONS PERMITTING  7:30 AM-2:30 PM

CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS ACCEPTED ON BOAT  NO ADVANCE PURCHASE OR RESERVATIONS

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