It’s unlikely that anyone sailed today, but the forecast for tomorrow is for only north at 10-15 knots after small craft warnings come down today at 10 p.m. Furthermore, the prediction is for the wind diminishing in the afternoon to 5-10 knots. Enjoy the break in weather as it appears that we’re in for more wind and rain starting Thursday night.

The Big Mohawk from Belmar will be switching to striped bass tomorrow, and anglers are advised to bring a heavy spinning rod for snagging bunkers as well as a boat rod for jigging.

At Atlantic Highlands, the Sea Hunter should be back after those big stripers that were hooked Sunday, but the Fishermen is sticking with bottom fishing until the school bass arrive.

With surfcasting a poor bet in bad weather plus a big swell, Vinny D’Anton made several calls about Raritan Bay fishing and had only negative comments as even the small blues under wildly diving birds that used to be so abundant under birds in October have been missing.

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  1. I have been having a lot of trouble getting back on to your site. Was out in the fog today. Catching huge Bass. We weighed one at 51 and a half pounds which was released others were well over the 40 inch mark. Came back into the Shrewsbury River the catch some smaller fish. And a couple of big ones that just broke off. Soaking wet after the trip from the fog in the drizzle. Will try again on Wednesday after I dry out for a day.

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