Monday, April 30, 2018


I was very surprised not to see the usual Monday regulars today after yesterdays report.Well you guys made the right move. The wind blew a steady30 with some gusts to 40. It was raw out there and the fish didn't cooperate like yesterday. We saw a few fish on every drop keepers and shorts, but we couldn't keep them coming.Anyway I'm glad today is over and the weather is looking up for the rest of the week. I hope spring is finally here. We will see you during the week, Capt. Rob

Sunday, April 29, 2018

SEA HUNTER 4-29 STRIPERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

What a difference a day makes. Today was the day you shoulda been here.We had a little pick in our first spot then that died. I hit the second spot and all hell broke loose. Boat limit!!!!om 28 inches and over fish.mixed in with shorts,the pool winner went 20 lbs. You never know what each day will bring I hope to do it again tomorrow. See you soon, Capt. Rob

Saturday, April 28, 2018


I wasn't very impressed with the action on today's trip.We caught some keepers and shorts but not enough. We will be back out there tomorrow. See you then, Capt. Rob

Friday, April 27, 2018


I know the weather forecast scared most of you today. But we did make it out with a few brave souls. We had a slow start but its not how you start its how you finish that matters and we had a strong finish despite the lousy conditions. We will see you soon, Capt. Rob

Thursday, April 26, 2018


It wasn't one of our better days today with keepers. We had lots of hits but the fish were hard to hook. We picked at the shorts and every time I thought of moving we would get a keeper. It was one of those days where the bite was enough to keep us there and you didn't want to move as the day went on as the tide was coming to a end. I did move at slack water hoping to get a grand finale with bigger fish but it didn't work out.I know the trollers made out well today with the keepers so we know they are around. We will be back out there tomorrow! I did have a few calls and a few guys who were on today are coming back so get your gear ready we sill be going. See you then, Capt. Rob

Tuesday, April 24, 2018


It was a nice day out on the water today.We had more short action today then the last couple days but less keepers hit the deck.Eric Nova had a hot hand today and also took the pool with a 16 lb Striper. I have to mention to Marty  who is Eric's fishing buddy who couldn't make it today, Eric may forget to pick you up the next time you want to go out. We will be off tomorrow but Thursday on the weather is suppose to get better so we will be going. Hopefully we will see you. The crowds are light and your chances of catching are good, see you soon, Capt. Rob


Monday, April 23, 2018


I thought today was going to be a great day. We picked most of the day and then around noon the bite turned off we only managed a few shorts after that. But we did get a beauty caught by Dave Kaczka from Ocean county he landed a 34.4 lb Striper. beating out Andy Sokols 29 lber that he caught yesterday.Tomorrows weather looks good but Wednesday looks like a day off for the Hunter. From fishing anyway, there is always something to do when you own a boat.Here are some pics from today.
See you soon, Capt. Rob

Dave Kaczka  34.4 lbs

Sunday, April 22, 2018


The action was not as good today but we did manage to put some fish in the boat. The boat traffic out there today was crazy and you talk about no consideration. 3/4 of the people who own boats really don't have a clue. Its really a joke out there. Boats trolling all around us, and I am talking 50 feet and closer. I saw a 12 foot rubber raft with 5 grown men in it today. You guys who own your own boats and read this report give us party ad charter boats a little room. especially you guys trolling if you cant catch fish without coming close to us sell your boat and take up another hobby. I know I took up drinking just to take the edge off on days like today. For us guys trying to make a living and catch our customers some fish, It aint easy!  The highlight of the day was when Andy Sokol from Manalapan landed one just under 30 lbs. It was 29 lbs and 41 inches.Here are some pics from today. I'm looking foreword to tomorrow, it will hopefully be a good day. See you soon, Capt. Rob
Andy Sokol with his 29 lber

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