The Canyon Runner from Pt. Pleasant has been sold out for canyon fishing for some time, but they had a cancelation for a Thursday overnighter that they’d like to fill in with a good forecast ahead while canyon fishing is hot. They’re been getting a bigeye every trip along with both yellowfins and bluefins chunking — and a shot at swordfish during the night. Call 732 272-4445.
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Deane’s been catching a big-eye every trip for the past few weeks and the day time chunking for yellowfin and now bluefins is still on fire. Multiple big-eyes caught by Canyon Runner Members their last few trips as well.
Capt. Rob Semkewyc reports striper fishing on his Sea Hunter from Atlantic Highlands turned around overnight as half of his 18 fares boated a bass today. He’ll be following up in the morning.
Chuck Many posted on Facebook the following about his latest trip with Tyman from Highlands. “Decided to go Monster hunting with Mike Michael Greene & Bob Nikki Bowden. Put out the eels and bam!!!! Awesome early morning and then a pick!! Ended with 11 Bass, 3 over 40 to 45 pounds!! All Released of course.”
Blog reader Dan fished in calm conditions Sunday morning and reported lots of adult bunker both in Raritan Bay and out front, but no takers on a live bait or swim shad before the wind came up at 11.
Miss Belmar Princess reported decent readings of blues which rarely hit. Some anglers managed one or two mostly 8-12-pound blues. They also jigged some keeper sea bass.
Tuesday’s forecast is for south winds at a mere 5-10 knots.