Sunday, August 30, 2009


Sorry about the lack of posts. pretty much the same story the past week good trips and slower trips. You don't know what to expect every trip is different. Different tides, different wind. One thing is for sure you wont catch them at home. today was one of those days we had no drift in the morning but the fishing was excellent we were on one drift for three hours and only moved a thousand feet, but we were on a good stack of fish with a good amount of keepers. One man caught his limit of 6 keepers up to 5.3 lbs and another man with 5 keepers up to 4 lbs. In the afternoon the action was good but less keepers, but one person managed his 6 keepers. And a 8 lber was boated Sorry no pictures my memory card is malfunctioning I lost allot of good pictures. I'm on my way now to get a new one. Only 5 days left till the end of Fluke season.

Thanks for checking in, Capt. Rob

Saturday, August 22, 2009

Rough seas this weekend? Not in the Bay!

While Hurricane Bill is creating some wave action in the ocean this weekend, don't let the weather forecast scare you into canceling your weekend fishing plans. The Sea Hunter will be fishing in the protected waters of Sandy Hook and Raritan Bay.

Wednesday, August 19, 2009


Pretty much the same old story with the Fluke fishing, You catch plenty and keep a few. The action is very good on most trips with plenty of rods bending. You get some keepers mixed in and a occasional big Fluke. The biggest Fluke this week was caught by Chris Perez from Seawaren NJ the fish was a little over 7 lbs.

Tuesday, August 11, 2009


The past few days has been like this. Sunday morning, very good fishing we stayed on one drift the whole morning trip only the last 15 minuets of the trip was slow as we lost the drift. Sunday afternoon we had to fish a different area due to conditions, Good fishing but not many keepers. Monday morning started good but ended slow. The afternoon was very good. Tuesday morning was slow but the afternoon was very good. We are running out of time to the end of the Fluke season Sept 4th is it.
Thanks for checking in, Capt. Rob

10 year old Evan Fear With a 7lb Fluke he caught
Great Job Evan

Saturday, August 8, 2009


After a slow morning yesterday and a afternoon trip that was probably the worst trip i can remember in a long time, all due to strong winds and fast currents. today the morning trip saw very good action with shorts but not allot of keepers. the afternoon on the other hand was very good with nonstop action and a good amount of keepers and a pool fish of 5 lbs. Like I always say you never know what is going to happen day to day. Time is running out on the 2009 Fluke season only 25 days left.

Thanks for checking in, Capt. Rob

Wednesday, August 5, 2009


SORRY about the lack of reports I have been extremely busy with my daughters summer softball league. my schedule doesn't leave me much time after work. Well the keeper count has been going up the past few days with some nice big Fluke hitting the deck. Today we had our first half day limit. Lynn Urban from Montaque NJ She had a 7.5 and a 6.5 Fluke and four other keepers on the morning trip. Ken Fedor from Jackson had four keepers up to 5 lbs. Only 30 days left to the end of the Fluke season. So come on down time is running out.

Thanks for checking in, Capt. Rob

Lynn with her limit 7.5 and 6.5 lbs
Only four on the deck are hers, Her friend john put one of his there for the photo.

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