Click Here For Fishing Report Archives
Well it sure doesn't feel like it but the fall fishing season is upon us. We spent the day taking off all the offshore equipment for the year as we are to busy to get anymore overnighters in this year. We will be focusing on wreck fishing for tog the rest of the month and will start striper fishing in November. With our heated cabin we will be fishing for both stripers and tautog thru mid January.
We were joined by Paul Hall family and friends to do some inshore shark fishing. Mother nature had other plans that morning with brisk northerly winds in excess of 25 knots. The group was here for the day though and as luck would have it winds dropped below 20 knots at 1pm and they opted to do a little bottom fishing for the afternoon as the forecast was for the winds to lay right out. It finally did lay right out and we even managed to put together a fair catch of croakers. Andrew Cottone and friends joined us for a nice day of bottom fishing and went home with a nice mixed bag of seabass, croakers, and bluefish.
Bob Warfield and friends decided to try some ocean wreck fishing. We had to weed through many undersized fish to put together a mixed bag of tog, seabass, and croakers. Sean Wasmer and the guys from Sumatech joined us for a day of wreck fishing in the bay and had a good catch of triggerfish, seabass, croakers, porgies, and blowfish. Doug Ploetz and family had an enjoyable day of open bottom fishing in the ocean catching croakers and seabass. Shawn Griffith and friends joined us for a day of inshore wreck fishing and had a nice catch of tautog, seabass, and croakers.
Capt. Carey Evans
Back to Beach-Net.com Fishing Home
Copyright © 2000 - 2007 Grizzly Sportfishing