A Better Chew Today

By Scott Lenox

A Better Chew Today

Today started a little foggy, but other than that it was absolutely beautiful!  Light winds, warm temps and no precipitation…..it was a great day to be on the water!

Captain Chris Mizurak of the Angler had a better day of fishing today with several nice sea bass coming aboard, and the first flounder of his short season.

The Judith M fishing out of Bahia Marina had some sea bass on today’s flat calm trip to the rip.

Anglers on board Chasin’ Tides with Captain Chase Eberle had a great day with some big blueline tilefish.

Sophie Cowder, Adley Pylypczuk (pronounced “pillupchuck”) and Eva Pylypczuk fished the Jackspot with their folks today and had a nice day with the sea bass.  Sophie caught the largest fish of the day at 17.5″.

Captain Jason Mumford of Lucky Break Charters had a nice day for his anglers today putting them on five bluefish and a nice 21″ speckled trout.

Captain Will of Local Hooker Charters put his angler on some throwback flounder, one keeper and a cow nosed ray that was released.

Rich Daiker took Sue and Ashley fishing this evening and put them on some bluefish and throwback rock on the south jetty.

Joey Marowski is a full time fisherman so it makes sense that on his day off he goes fishing.  Joey nabbed this keeper flounder at the south jetty today.

Dave, Jon and Pat from PA caught these three keeper flounder in the Thorofare today that measured from 16″ to 19.75″.

Captain Marc Spagnola of Dusk to Dawn Bowfishing started off the weekend right putting his shooters on some great action for rays during the day and snakeheads, carp, gar and catfish at night.

Captain Monty Hawkins of the Morning Star enjoyed today’s calm seas, and his anglers enjoyed nature shows and good fishing.

Aside near zero visibility to begin with, what a gloriously calm day we had.
Our first hour heading off required fog horn signaling every two minutes..
Michael gave today’s reef blocks a hearty shove atop Capt. Bob Gowar’s Memorial Reef (making 4,466 blocks.) We pressed on.
Soon the fog lifted and a calm sea was revealed. I wish I could claim an equally fabulous bite accompanied such weather, but that’s rarely the case. Certainly wasn’t so today.
I’ve sure seen plenty worse though!
Couple fellows climbed into double digits; some barely pushed the keeper-skunk aside. Because we saw a fair amount of action in 12.5 inch and under ‘practice bass,’ I’m confident we’ll have fish growing large enough to keep through summer.
The day sure had a lot to offer on the NatGeo side of fishing. Had innumerable saddleback dolphin throughout the day & heard a group of whales coming up for air a half mile away for nearly an hour. Later we had a pair of humpbacks moseying along slow as could be – both surfaced not twenty yards off my port beam – best photo op in years..

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