07/29/2014 Capt. Paul had the Tony Garruto charter on board the Bounty Hunter for a day of Fluke fishing. We made a brief stop on the Bluefish grounds but the early morning stiff North wind made for uncomfortable conditions for the youngsters on board. Paul moved in closer to the beach and everyone bounced back. They gave it a great effort but at days end all they had was a handful of short Fluke. It did not matter as everyone had a great day.
07/27/2012 After a few days off due to weather and engine maintenance Paul finally got back to fishing. Today we had the Terry Davis charter on board. The first two hours of the day were a bit sporty as we were met with a brisk SW wind and torrential downpours. We sailed south to where there were some Blues taken the day before and found the area barren. Paul moved back to the north and we found the Blues back on the northern spot. Terry and his crew fished light tackle and had a good day putting together a limit catch of small Blues. It was a good day with a great group of guys. We hope to see them back soon.
07/17/2014 Paul ran his second Open Boat Fluke trip of the week today. On board we had regulars Dwight, Carl, Steve along with newcomers to the Bounty Hunter Al & Dan. The weather settled overnight and the ocean was calm. We still had a residual heave which slowed down the Fluke bite but there was much more life in the ocean. Although we only had 1 keeper Fluke and several shorts the crew put 5 Ling, 5 small Blues and a Boat Limit catch of 21 nice Seabass in the box. The Fluke fishing should show a big improvement as the heave settles down. It was a good day with a crew of good fishermen. Spots are still available for the scheduled Open Boat Fluke trips on July 26th & 30th. Call me at 732-323-8700 to reserve your spot.
07/16/14 Capt. Paul ran an Open Boat Fluke trip today. On board were all regulars Tom, Kyle, Ryan, Jay & Bill. We were greeted by a dense fog as we left the Inlet. A short while later the torrential rains caught up with us. When we got to the rough bottom up north a sreaming north current into a 6 foot heave from the south made catching impossible. We were on the trip from hell. We struggled all morning and the crew gave it a good effort. By noon we had only caught 7 short Fluke. An hour before calling it a day Tom landed our only keeper a 19" Fluke. Thank God we have understanding customers. Spots are available for the scheduled Open Boat Fluke trips on July 26th & 30th. Call me at 732-323-8700 to reserve your spot.
07/12/2013 Capt. Paul had the Moosa Aziz charter on board the Bounty Hunter today. Moosa and his group never fished for Fluke before and never were on a Charter boat. We left in a dense fog and made our way up to the rough spots. The first hour was a tutorial on how to operate a reel and develope a Bucktail motion. The fishing was slow for us but the crew managed 5 Keepers and released a few shorts. Moosa and his crew decided to call it a day around Noon. It was a maximum effort by a great crew. Spots are still available for our Open Boat Fluke trips on July 14th, 15th, 16th & 17th. Call 732-323-8700 to reserve your spot.
07/11/2014 The Matt MacSherry charter was back on the Bounty Hunter today. Along with Matt were Shaun, Kevin, Mac, Greg and Gary. Paul made his way north and started drifting on the rough stuff. We had very little wind but a strong outgoing tide made for a nice drift. The guy's picked away all day and although the fishing was not the greatest they finished up the day with 9 nice Fluke over 10 shorts and a couple of Ling. On the way in Paul made stops on the Seabass grounds and the charter added a boat Limit catch of 24 Seabass to the days total. Spots are still available for our Open Boat Fluke trips on July 14th, 15th, 16th & 17th. Give me a call at 732-323-8700 to reserve your spot.
06/30/2014 Capt. Paul ran his last Open Boat Seabass trip today. On board we had regulars Tom & Jay along with newcomers Frank, John & Brendan. We knew we had our work cut out for us as the south wind and current persisted thru the night. Paul made several stops on pieces that read good life but we had very few takers. By 10AM The south wind came on pretty good and the guys had a tough time feeling the bites. By 1:30 it was time to leave the playing field. We finished the day with 50 Seabass and 18 Ling in the box. It was a tough day with a great crew. Spots are still available for the scheduled Open Boat Fluke trips on July 8th & 9th. E-Mail or call me at 732-323-8700 to reserve your spot.
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