Thursday, July 23, 2009

SEA HUNTER FLUKE REPORT 7-23




We had a couple of our better trips this week as far as keepers go. There are still plenty of shorts to keep everyone interested. Today dandy Don went home with 5 keepers on the morning trip. The above pictures are of Ed who took the pool on Monday morning and had three keepers .
Thanks for checking in Capt. Rob

Sunday, July 19, 2009

SEA HUNTER FLUKE REPORT 7-19 REPORT LISA SALGADO PULLS IN A 12.55 LB DOORMAT

Friday morning Lisa Salgado from Old Bridge NJ was pleasantly surprised as she landed a 12.55 Lb Fluke. The fish was weighed in at Atlantic highlands Bait and Tackle. Saturday was our slowest day in the past few as the strong winds made it difficult to hold bottom and restricted us in areas to fish. A couple 4 and 5 Lobes were also boated in the past few days,but the smaller Fluke still are the most abundant.
Thanks for checking in, Capt Rob





Wednesday, July 15, 2009

SEA HUNTER FLUKE REPORT 7-15

Pretty much the same story, some trips the action is excellent with the Fluke but most get thrown back. It all depends on the drifting conditions. We did have a couple trips this week with bigger fish and a good amount of keepers but that has not been the norm, as we do fourteen trips per week. So if you want to come out and have a good time and catch alot of fish your chances are good. If you will bring any home for dinner that i cant promise you. If you plan on chicken for dinner you wont be disappointed. I cant be anymore truthful than that. And if you hear or read anything different don't believe it.

Thanks for checking in. And if you haven't fished with the SEA HUNTER give us a try.
Sincerely, Capt. Rob





































































Friday, July 10, 2009

SEA HUNTER FLUKE REPORT FROM 7-6 to 7-10

I have been reading alot of BS reports both on the Internet and in the paper from people just trying to make themselves look good to get you on their boats. Here is the Truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth as are all my fishing reports. I go out and do my best every trip. Ive been doing this a long time and there is not many if any spots I don't know. When you come out on most trips you will find the action to be good with Fluke from 12 to 17 inches. Many people catch from 5 to 25 shorts on a half day trip.You will see the occasional 18 inch or bigger Fluke come up and maybe even a doormat. There will probably be one or two guys who put 2,3,4 or even 5 keepers in the bucket, but not everyone will go home with fish, but I will say most people go home happy because its a fun day out. You do occasionally get those days that are extremely slow with not much action but so far there has only been a couple of those. You also have a chance of seeing some Dolphin as there have been many in the area.

Thanks for checking in, Capt. Rob




































Sunday, July 5, 2009

SEA HUNTER 7-5 FLUKE REPORT

Sorry about the lack of reports the past few days, everything was about the same action and a few keepers. Yesterday was our worst trip of the season. today was another story probably one of our best with some nice quality fish. Hey you never know. the weather finally took a turn for the better and so did the fishing. Tomorrow is another day.

Thanks for checking in, Capt, Rob



























































































Wednesday, July 1, 2009

SEA HUNTER 7-1 FLUKE REPORT

The weather report got us again. A beautiful day on the water with good Fluke action. I can almost guarantee that you will catch Fluke when you come out and have a great time. But what i cant guarantee is that you will catch a 18 inch keeper. Everyday is a new day

Thanks for checking in, Capt Rob