10/06/2012 Capt. Paul ran another Open Boat Seabass trip today. On Board we had Michael, Paul, Vincent, Mike (Happy) and newcomers to the Bounty Hunter Ken and Jason. The morning started off fine with Paul putting the crew on the Seabass early. It was not fast & furious fishing but after getting thru the short fish the guy's had over 30 fish in the box after a few hours of fishing. By 10AM conditions offshore started to deteriorate and by 11AM we were getting knocked around by a 23+ Knot south wind and the days fishing was over for us. Paul made a few more stops but all we could manage was the occasional pick. By 1:30PM We all had enough and called it a day. The guy's put out a maximum effort and finished up with over 50 Seanbass in the box. It was a bad weather day with a great crew. Spots are available for the Open Boat Seabass trips scheduled for Oct. 8, 11 & 14. These will be the last Open Boat Seabass trips for the year. Call 732-323-8700 to reserve your spot.
10/05/2012 Capt. Paul ran another Open Boat Seabass trip today. On board we had Mike, Carl, Ed, Shane, Bruce & Chris. After yesterday's slow fishing we were anxious to see if the bite would improve today. With the clear weather it did. Paul made stops on several pieces and all held large Seabass. The crew picked quality fish on all stops and finished the day with 112 Large Seabass. It was good fishing with a great group of guy's. Spots are still available for the Open Boat Seabass trips scheduled for Oct. 8, 11 & 14. Call 732-323-8700 to reserve your spot.
10/04/12 Don Beshada returned to the Bounty Hunter with his daughter,9 year old Emily. Joining them was long time Bounty Hunter supporter Tom Miller. This was Emily's first Seabass trip ever and she did well on a day when conditions were less than perfect. We had no wind or drift along with Fog and occasional rain. Despite the tough fishing conditions the group put together a decent catch of just over 30 nice Seabass. Spots are available for the Open Boat Seabass trips scheduled for Oct. 8, 11 & 14. Call 732-323-8700 to reserve your spot.
09/29/2012 Capt. Paul ran his first Open Boat Seabass trip today and the crew was treated to the best Fall Seabass fishing we have seen in years. Today we had on board Bounty Hunter regulars Mike, Paul, Jay, Jerry, Jim & Bill. Paul made stops on small snags and all were covered with large Seabass. The crew bailed the big Jumbos and put together a limit catch of 150 large Seabass. The Seabass bite is on and now is the time to go. I have Open Boat Seabass trips scheduled for Oct. 3, 4, 5 & 6. Don't wait to long call to reserve your spot before these fish leave. 732-323-8700
09/24/2012 The Cyro Carvalho charter was on board the Bounty Hunter for a day of Bluefishing. We got an early start and were the first boat on the grounds. For the first hour we had a non stop bite of Albies and never saw a Blue. A drop back to another Pile put us on the Blues and the charter had non stop action for the rest of the day. Cyro and his crew put 30 Blues in the box and then went into the release mode until we called it a day at 1PM. We had great weather and a great crew to fish with. The wind forecast for the next few days does not look good. We will look at it day to day and advise the Open Boat customers ot their trips status via phone.
09/22/2012 Capt. Paul had another Open Boat Fluke trip today. On board we had Joe, Steve, John, Jeremy, Jim & Cathy. We ran up to the north where we had some success yesterday hoping for a repeat. By the time we made a couple of drifts you could feel the south wind coming on. The crew boxed 2 Fluke and released over a dozen shorts after which the conditions fell apart. With wind & tide in the same direction we were up to a 2 Knot drift in a sloppy ocean and the day was over for us. It was not a nice ride home. Spots are still available for the Open Boat Seabass trips scheduled for Sept. 27, 28 & 30. Call 732-323-8700 to reserve your spot.
09/21/2012 The Matt MacSherry charter was on board the Bounty Hunter today. Along with Matt were Mac, Sean, Gary, Dom & Bob. The ocean still had a big heave in it from the previous days wind and the morning conditions were less than perfect. Paul made stops on the traditional spots up north but all we could manage were a few shorts and Bluefish. A mid day stop in shallower water proved to be productive as the ocean settled down and the crew put together a nice catch of 9 Fluke a couple of Blues and several large Seabass which were released. Spots are still available for the Open Boat Seabass trips scheduled for Sept. 27, 28, 29 & 30. To reserve your spot call 732-323-8700.
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