Today we had a mixed crew of some regulars including the Ken Dolbow group and the Sean bowes father/son combo. After playing around with some weather concerns we spoke to the crew and they were ready to go no matter the weather. Good thing because as we broke Manasquan inlet at 7am, we were greeted with rain, 6-8 foot swells, and a stiff northeast wind that hadn’t died down like it was supposed to. We once again chugged north up the New Jersey coast and made our first stop at the red church. Impossible to see any life on the surface and with scattered marks we put out the Tony Maja spoons with hopes if picking some resident bass……our hopes never came to fruition so we chugged further north to the rock piles and reset. Here we found some bluefish for the rest of the day but never found the bass. Hopefully within the next two weeks the bait will start moving and the bass will start chewing. Thanks to our awesome crew for sticking it out and coming out with us!
-Capt. Robert & Capt. Cody