Fishermen/Double digit Fluke today! 8/9/11

2011-08-09 16:09:43
Sandy Hook, New Jersey - Saltwater Fishing Report

Certainly didn't let a couple "tough days" of fishing last week keep us down.

Fished the ocean again today. Wind against the tide most of the morning cut back on the bite but we still put keepers in the coolers!

Fred Poniewozik, Passaic, caught his personel best today after 50 years of Fluke fishing. The matt toped the scale at 10 1/4 pounds! Fish had to be 3 inches thick, and most likely the one Anchor Joe lost yesterday!! Fred also had 4 keepers along with Tommy Krako, Jerry and a few others.

Waited all day for the change of tide bite, finally got it late and the bite was on!

Good action on shorts and keepers.

Chartered Wednesday and Friday morning this week.

Afternoon fishing for Fluke Saturday and Sunday 3:30 till 9:00pm with Capt. Bob.



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Freds Big Fish
Freds Big Fish

Toms beauties
Toms beauties

About The Author: Captain Ron Santee

Company: Capt. Rons Fishermen

Area Reporting: Raritan Bay/Sandy hook

Bio: Following in my fathers footsteps, I have been a licensed Captain for 30 years. Our family has been in the fishing business since 1955. Fishing is not a job, it's a way of life!

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