Beach Haven Fishing Back To Normal
First, some excessively high temperatures made it unpleasant even out on the water. These high temperatures brought about some thunderstorms. Then Beach Haven experienced a couple of days of strong northeast winds and teeming rain to go with some minor tidal flooding.
The ocean was still roiled up over the weekend, and a frothy inlet and strong swells in the ocean made fishing even the inshore wrecks a challenge.
Now that the weather appears to be back to normal, there is a nice selection of challenges for the boats. In the bay, there are still large numbers of fluke even if most of the larger fish have migrated into the ocean. There are some pockets of 16-22 inch weakfish in many holes and sloughs in the bay to make things interesting even if the daily bag limit is just one fish.
The inshore reefs have decent numbers of both fluke and sea bass on them, and boats can be expected to put together some decent catches. The sea bass on the deeper wrecks are larger fish and with tautog now back in season once again, these areas promise to put some fish in the fish boxes.
The canyon fishery is ready to hit mid-season form with an assortment of billfish, tuna, and mahi-mahi to be had. There are also quite a few sharks around including mako, brown, and thresher. It is a good time to be fishing in Beach Haven.
Additional information on the association can be found at www.BHCFA.com or by calling 877-524-2423.
About The Author: Jim Hutchinson Sr.
Company: Beach Haven Charter Fishing Association
Area Reporting: Beach Haven-bay and ocean
Bio: I am a writer who will assemble the weekly reports for the association and submit them.