Sorry for the lack of reports lately. I have been so busy with the charters. The story is although there are bass in the usual close places, they are mixed in with voracious dogfish and blues. The water temperatures have been very high, with the exception of a small sliver along the beach. If you don't mind picking through the "woofies", "aligators" or general " pain in the ass" dogfish you may pick up a good few fish. I have chosen to burn some fuel in the quest for some cleaner, quality fishing. Here is a email from a custiomer from last week.
Hey (Captain) Bruce,
Just wanted to thank you for the spectacular day of fishing last week. Hitting that rip was an excellent call on your part - worth the extra travel time! After we had our fill of bass-catching, switching to fluke fulltime was the a good choice. I never realized how good they are to eat. The ladies liked them as well, as you suggested....
I'm not sure if I can pull it off with the timing, but I'm curious what you recommend for fall fishing. I'd consider driving up there for a charter, but only if there are likely to be good fish - maybe tuna or stripers? I was reading on your website about tuna - I suspect we wouldn't want to go giant and opt for the 4 anglers approach.
It would be best if it were on a Saturday, if possible. Any recommendations or information on what kind of trip?
Again, thanks for the great time - you clearly know where the fish are and how to get them, not something we took for granted.
___ Bill Vitale
Give eme a call or email for some great big fish in the month of September.