10/30/2016 Capt. Paul had the Wilson Palm charter on board today. Making up Wilson's crew were Dino, Ken, Jason, Scott & Joe. Paul worked a few small snags offshore that always held good Seabass life in the past and we were not disappointed. Each stop produced a good number of quality Seabass, plenty of shorts and the occasional Dogfish. When the day ended Wilson's crew had put a 6 man Limit catch of 90 Seabass on ice along with a couple of Trigger fish. It was a perfect weather day and we spent it with a good crew.
10/29/2016 Long time Bounty Hunter supporter Keith Frederick was on board today. Rounding out Keith's crew were Rick, Jefferey, Krystof & Keith T. Paul fished a little deeper today and had no problem finding the life. The short Seabass were active again but today there were some nice keeper size Seabass in the mix. The bite was steady until the wind came on late in the morning them conditions deteriorated. It really didn't matter as the charter had their 5 Man Limit of 75 Seabass in the box. We were back at the dock by 1PM. We had a good day with a great crew. They will be back again.
10/26/2016 Finally, After several days of non stop NW winds we caught a break in the weather. Paul had the Joe Morris charter on board today for our first Seabass attempt since Opening Day. Along with Joe were John, George & Zak. The first couple of stops were uneventful as the ocean still had a bit of a roll. We only picked a few keeper Seabass but the ever present 12.9999" size fish were active. As the wind decreased the bite improved and the 4 man crew went on to Box there limit catch of 60 Seabass along with a couple of Triggers. It was a fun day with a good crew. Looking forward to our next trips this weekend.
10/08/2016 Capt. Paul had the Blake Reber charter on board the Bounty Hunter today. Blake's crew consisted of Liz, Chuck, Bob & Ron. Paul got the usual early start and anchored on the edge of the Hole. It only took a few minutes of chumming and we were into a non stop bite of "Alligator" Blues, some of which reached the 20 lb. mark. Bait and Jigs produced the catch. When we had 60 Blues on ice the crew went into a brief release mode and we then called it a day at 1PM. If you enjoy fighting big Bluefish now is the time to call and reserve your date. Weekend and weekdays are still available in October. I will be sailing Open Boat SEABASS trips on Oct. 25th & Oct. 28th. E-Mail or Call me at 732-323-8700 to reserve your spot.
09/17/2016 Capt. Paul had the Greg Van Nest charter on board the Bounty Hunter today. Filling out Greg's group were Andy, Don & Eric. Paul got an early start and was one of the early boats on the Bluefish grounds. Setting up on the good reads Greg's crew Jigged 8 "Alligator" Blues between 15 & 20lbs. Switching over to Bait they topped the catch with Mackerel and one 17" Porgy. They also had several large Seabass which were released. We were off to a good start but when the area became crowded the bite slowed for us. There are plenty of Big Blues in the area and we have Weekends and week days available in Sept.& Oct. If catching monster Blues is your thing call me at 732-323-8700 for date availability.
09/10/2016 The Carl Nelson charter was on board the Bounty Hunter today. Making up Carl's crew were Bill, Dan, Jeff & Danielle. The morning started off as a Fluke charter but it was soon evident that the 4 days of gale force NE winds put an end to the Fluke bite, So, Capt. Paul headed north and put together a mixed bag catch. The charter put together a nice pile of fish which at the end of the day sorted out to be 75 Bluefish up to 4lbs. Over 30 Mackerel, 20 Large Porgies up to 17" in length Plus 2 Bonito.In addition some very nice Seabass were caught and released. We spent the day with a nice crew and everyone went home with bags of fillets.
8/31/2016 The Greg Wynn charter joined Capt. Paul today. Along with Greg were Larry, Louis, Shane ,David & Sean. It did not take long to realize that we were going to be in for a long and tough day. Paul hit all the rough bottom Fluke spots and from the first stop until the last all we seen were short Fluke. Even the Seabass were scarce. Today the fishing was terrible and it was not due to a lack of effort. They just did not bite. The guys were patient and understanding and despite the lack of bites we all had a good day on the water. Final tally 3 Fluke and 1 very unlucky Seabass.
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