MAY 12, 2015
TUESDAY: Much to my surprise, we did not sail on Monday due to lack of angler participation. Today we were out with a few anglers, and they were glad they were aboard. Three days and counting of good keeper Striped Bass all caught on clams, and a sea of big blues, with today being the best Striper day, keeping 6 Bass for 7 anglers. Ambrose Lin had a beauty at 41inches, weighing 30 pounds - his "personal best." Also landing nice keeper Bass were John, Mickey and Derek. The fishing is good and we are putting the bass in the boat, so join us on our next adventure.
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MAY 10, 2015
REMINDER 2015 REGULATIONS 1 FISH 28-43" AND 1 FISH 43 AND OVER.
NO BONUS TAGS UNTIL SEPT. 1
SUNDAY: We had a good day's catching with a mess of blues, plenty of shorts and 5 keepers for the 8 anglers, mostly regulars, aboard today. We did have a couple of new to the Dorothy B. aboard today, Andre and Alex, who each boated a keeper bass with Andre getting the pool fish weighing 16 lbs. North Plainfield Johnny, Lou Alimi, and Matt "red shirt" all had a keeper. Latest pics will be up soon.
Forecast for tomorrow sounds fine, so why not join us on the day's adventure.
MAY 7, 2015
THURSDAY: Nice gang of anglers, great weather, but the bass did not participate in today's outing until the end. We went back to yesterday's "hot spot" but Nothing, made a move, Nothing, moved again got on readings Nothing, on our way back to the dock I ran over some readings and decided to go back and check them out. That was the good part of the day because within 10 minutes Bobby Anderson landed a 20 pound bass, we had 2 more 15 pounders and some big blues added in. Slow start, fuel burned and 4 bags of clams for chum later, we had a decent ending to the day, with Bobby taking the pool. And people think it is easy to be a party boat Captain.
Good forecast again tomorrow, come to the harbor and join us on our new day's adventure.
ACCEPTING MC VISA AND AMEX ON THE BOAT
MAY 8, 2015
FRIDAY: We had a good start to the day with Joe boating a nice 36" bass on the first drop, thought it was going to be a catching day. Not so, we got one more keeper bass and some action on the blues. Oh well, tomorrow is new day.
MAY 6, 2015
SAILING 7:30 AM-1 PM EVERY DAY
NOT TOO MUCH TIME, NOT TOO LITTLE TIME, JUST THE RIGHT TIME!!
FARE $50 SEN. $45 CH(under 12 yrs) $30
WEDNESDAY: Cooler temperatures and cloudy skies, but the bass did not mind. Left the harbor today, second guessing my decision, with a handful of anglers, as I couldn't disappoint Barry and the PA crew. Once on the grounds I knew I had made the right choice, as the bite was on, with Barry bringing in the 1st keeper weighing in at 16 pounds and before the day was done the PA