5/13 Blues and Boys on Mothers Day
<p>Today we had onboard Mike, Matt, Mike and Matt for some Blue Fishing. Weather and conditions were perfect. Left the dock and it was not long before we were into the Choppers. The boys were casting and catching non stop on Blues to 6 lbs. Put several in the box and released several more. Played with the fish for over 90 min before moving on to find some Bigger Slammers.
Made a run, but had lost the tide. Marked tons of fish but not bite. Changed locations and anchored up. When the tide started running the Slammers started biting. BLues to 12 lbs made the box. Nothing more fun than to watch youngsters battle Blues. Came in by 12 so everyone could be with there Moms. Day was 10 out of 10.
About The Author: Captain Bob Morrell
Company: Sandy Hook Fishing Adventures
Area Reporting: Sandy Hook/Raritan Bay, Atlantic Ocean Near Shore
Bio: Capt. Bob is a third generation fisherman, having worked on both commercial and charter boats. A life long area resident he uses his knowledge and experience to ensure a productive and rewarding time on the water. A USCG 50 Ton Master, he is also an IGFA certified Captain and is trained in First Aid and CPR. Bob is a member of the JCAA, HRFA, RFA, ACPA, IGFA and the NCOA, this enables him to keep abreast on the future of fishing.