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!

APRIL 26, 2015

NEW SAILING TIME  7:30 AM - 1:00 PM FARES ADULT $50 SENIOR $45 CHILD (under 12) $35

SUNDAY:  We were out the last 3 days and fishing has been decent with plenty of action on the shorts and more keepers each day. Pool fishing between 13 and 16 lbs. each day. It is still quite chilly, hopefully the warm weather will get here soon. So don't forget to grab an extra sweatshirt and pack up your gear and come on down to the boat. We are at the dock every morning eager for the day's new adventure.

See you in the A.M.

APRIL 22, 2015

NEW SAILING TIME 7:30 AM - 1 PM    FARE $50  Seniors $45   Child (under 12 yrs) $30

WEDNESDAY:  We had a good day today with plenty of shorts for action and everyone of the great folks on board went home with at least 1 keeper. Pool fish was landed by Bobby Thompson weighing in at 15.5 lbs.  I can't wait to get back out tomorrow and catch some more stripers.  We managed to get the day in and be back at the dock before the weather hit us.

APRIL 19, 2015

NEW SAILING TIME  7:30 AM-1 PM   FARE $50   Senior $45  Child (under 12 yrs) $30



SUNDAY:  A disappointing day for me as the stripers just did not hit. We had a slow start in the morning, but did get some action on the shorts, just could not put a keeper in the boat. I could blame it on the less than ideal conditions, but it was just one of those days for me. I see all these smaller fish and shudder at NJ's proposed 2015 regulations as I can't imagine getting a 43" bass. Oh well, it is what it is!!

Hope to see you aboard soon.



APRIL 20, 2015

IT IS A GO FOR TOMORROW, Tuesday 4/21. Come on down!!!

APRIL 17, 2015

NEW SAILING TIME   7:30 AM-1:00 PM      FARE $50  Senior $45.   Child (under 12yrs) $30.

Today was a picture perfect day for boating, summerlike temperatures, clear blue skies with bright sunshine and flat calm seas.

A slow start to the day, made a move and the action began. Plenty of shorts for the "light crowd" with everyone in on the action. Ended the day with 2 keepers, the biggest weighed in at 13.5 lbs, but the guy was not in the pool, which was taken by Pat Rascona.

We will be at the dock in the morning, so climb aboard.


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