Greg Savitz Striper & Sea Bass Mixed Bag Charter
Hosted the Greg Savitz and friends Charter for a Striper Liveline trip on Saturday 5/29. Sailing from our transient home at Clarks Landing, we broke the inlet and went searching for bait in the rain. With the livewell loaded we went back to the same area we had them for the past 2 days and only had one Striper which weighed in on Clarks Scale at 36#. We headed as far North as the Rocks with no other bass to show for our best efforts.
With the Bass bite off and a bushel of clams onboard in reserve, we made a quick drop for some Sea Bass. The guys added 9 keepers and threw back over two dozen before heading back to Manasquan Inlet taking the head sea on the chin all the way home.
Great bunch of guys who fished hard all day.
Dom did a great job in the cockpit yet again today.
Greg Savitz Charter 36# Striped Bass
Greg Savitz Charter Sea Bass
About The Author: Captain Alan Beneroff
Company: NetKeeper Sportfishing
Area Reporting: Sandy Hook and Raritan Bay
Bio: Captain Alan is a licensed U.S. Coast Guard OUPV Licensed Captain whose knowledge of Sandy Hook and Raritan Bay allow him to excel at catching multiple species in the same trip and livelining Bunker for Trophy Striped Bass. He is a supporter of Save The Summer Flounder Fishery Fund, RFA, an active tagger for the american Littoral Society and active IGFA and Hi-Mar Striper Club Member. In 2008 he took first in the NJ Hunters Striper Tournament.