Fishing Reports From the Elaine B Fishtankfacts.com If you want to get the latest fishing reports, look no further than the Elaine B. II out of Bahrs, Highlands. It’s a fishing ship that specializes in catching keepers. The keeper fish are pouring in over the rails! You’ll be glad you did!
keeper fish are coming over the rails
The fishing has improved on the Elaine B II this week. Captain Phil Sciortino said that bigger fluke are beginning to come over the rails. One angler reported catching a 10-pound doormat on the Elaine B out of Highlands. He also said that the Ambrose Channel is still producing some good size cocktail blues. Meanwhile, bass have been biting on sandworms and plugs.
We fished Wednesday with Capt. Bobby Quinn and caught several keeper fish. We all caught a few shorts but a lot of nice sized sea bass. The keeper fish today were about nine pounds and six ounces. That is good news for us.
Fishing Reports From the Elaine B
Another angler had a four-pound 12-ounce fluke. Another angler put four keeper fish in the box. Fortunately, the Manasquan River is loaded with bait. Blues and albies are also feeding well. It’s also a good time to get out on the beach for some action.
Fluke were also plentiful. Hundreds of them were caught today, but the size restrictions of eighteen inches limited keeper fish. The biggest one, seven pounds, was caught by Robert Leroux between 730 and 230pm. If you’re planning a fishing trip, there are still plenty of mullet on the surf. There are also a few fluke feeding on spearing and medium-sized blues shredding mullet.