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6/16/11 Belmar Bass - Live It, don't read about it PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Capt. Rob   
Sunday, 26 June 2011 07:42

Dave Hyde's group had been reading of all the Striper action for for the past 4 weeks. One phone call to Captain Rob and they were heading out the inlet. It didn't take long for Dave's guys to say "WOW", why did we wait so long. Every fish was big, 25 to 40 pounds. They hooked and reeled in over 20 bass before heading back to the dock.

Hydes Bass

Kane and Tippy

 

 
6/15/2011 What more can we say, PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Capt. Rob   
Sunday, 26 June 2011 07:10

Todays trip produced another great catch of huge bass. Live lining bunker of front of Shark River Inlet produced 6 Stripers all in the 30 to 35 pound range.

 

 
6/10/11 Fluking at the Highlands PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Capt. Rob   
Thursday, 23 June 2011 21:57

Ken Bell and friends were out for a day of fluke fishing on Friday. Before they dropped bait for the flatties, Capt Rob suggested a bit of trolling for Striped Bass. It didn't take long for one of the big spoons to attract it's prey. They boated one bass weighing 26 pounds, and released 2 other shorts. Those little guys must have been pretty hungry to hit those big spoons. While they were trolling the Last One passed by a dead Sturgeon floating that had to be 7 foot long. By mid morning the guys were ready to try their skills at Fluking. They fished tight to the beach and had a good drift for several hours. The keeper to throw back ratio was pretty good. Nothing huge, but they went back to the dock with 8 nice keepers. 

 

 

 
6/9/11 It's what the doctor ordered PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Capt. Rob   
Thursday, 16 June 2011 06:51

The Mike Fendora charter wanted to go out and catch Striped Bass. Captain Rob delivered just what the doctor ordered, Striped Bass....and lots of them. The "Last One" headed north out of Shark River Inlet in search of schools of bunker. It wasn't long before the Captain Rob and a few of the other boats from our dock found themselves in the middle of a bass blitz. The Stripers pushed the bunker to the surface and had them pinned up against the side of the boats. What a sight it is to see 40 pound bass swallowing 2 pound bunker right in front of your eyes. The group was literally picking individual fish and casting plugs in front of their faces. They lost count of how many fish were caught. Six fish went into the box and the rest were released. This was one of those days that will be talked about for a long time.  

 Dr Fendora

Fendora

  

 
6/1/11 The Fighting Irish PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Capt. Rob   
Saturday, 04 June 2011 11:32

Darcy's Tavern owner Tom McGill and family were out on Wednesday in search of Striped Bass. Capt Rob put them on the spot and the Irish were fighting fish up to 35 pounds the rest of the day.  5 Bass were kept and I'm sure Tom cooked up a great meal for all. We're glad you guys had a great time. Visit Darcy's Tavern website. 

McGill

Fish like these make memories they will never forget.

McGill2

 
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