The Jamaica from Brielle reported a good tilefish trip yesterday with many limits taken. In addition to the golden tiles, several of the smaller bluelines were added. There is room on the next tilefish trip at 10 p.m. Saturday. Another trip has been added on Monday May 15 at 10p.m. Call 732 528-5014 for reservatios.
The Jamaica II made a ling trip yesterday, and had a good pick with a high hook of 33.
At Belmar, the Golden Eagle will be concentrating on bluefish tomorrow while also being ready to switch to stripers if they are feeding. Capt. Ralph Leyrer ran an open trip on his Last Lady as a hot bite at the end resulted in leaving them biting.
Tomorrow starts fine with north winds at just 5-10 knots before switching to west in the afternoon.
Manasquan River often has lots of blues at this time of year, but that wasn’t the case this morning when Andrew Sokol cast an SP Minnow there — though a 21-inch fluke provided a pleasant surprise.
Nicholas DiNapoli worked the Monmouth surf yesterday with both clams and bloodworms to catch three short stripers. For the first time, clams worked better for him — though Nick is still waiting for his first keeper this season. There have also been some good striper reports on clams in the Seaside Park area.
Much further south, cobia, such as this one caught by Amber Marchant, are showing off Palm Beach.
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