Friday, November 30, 2015
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well Core creek was stocked this past week and I heard
the fishing was decent. sold a bunch of wax worms and power bait for trout.
the only thing I can tell you is if you are not catching fish in core creek,
keep moving around the lake. It is a big lake and sometimes the fish hold
up in different areas, so it's a good idea to keep moving around. The penny
pack still has plenty of fish in it. If you are looking for an exclusive spot,
with nobody around that is where I would go. Wax worms, power bait, and spinners
are working best.
The lakes are starting to catch fire right now. We are at that weather change were everything starts to turn on. Jay an chuck are doing great up at Penn Warner club. Allot of big perch, pike and pickerel. Also the walleye fishing has been phenomenal. They said that the walleye fishing turns red hot for an hour, and then it turns off. Most guys are coming in to get big minnows for these walleyes.
Upper river is starting to slow down. They are still catching fish but quality is trumping quantity. These guys are going up maybe catching 5 to 10 fish a day but all the fish are big, fat, and healthy fish. They are catching most of these fish on minnows, grubs, and spinner baits. they are also catching some walleye as well. Same baits that are working on the small mouth, are working on the walleye.
Lower river has been catfish, and white perch. they are catching them all up and down the river. The best baits are the stinky ones. bunker, mackerel, shrimp. All these work very well. John Senior was out this week on the lower river and did very good on the catfish. He said they caught twenty two catfish with quite a few five and six pound fish. He said the fish were all very clean and healthy.
The shore has been the hot thing the past few weeks. First let me start off by telling you my encounter in the past week. Sunday morning i woke up with plans of relaxing. I got a call from Joe Blee asking if I wanted to take a ride to the shore to see if we could connect with some striped bass. Well i have a beach pass for island beach state park so us being the lazy men that we are decided that was the best bet because we could drive my truck on the beach. Well with a late start we headed to the shore to see what we could do. We stopped in the local bait shop down there to see if we could get some fresh bait, and a report . Well the report was not good and the bait situation was even worse. The report was that the fishing was great up until two days ago, and then it completely died. well to make things worse the wind blew so bad the boats could not get out to get bait. well we had to settle for frozen clams and frozen bunker, and all the odds were against us. We said we were going to fish anyway and try our luck. Drove out onto the sand right into a few guys tossing bait at a pod of peanut bunker. At first I thought they were full size bunker and I immediately started to throw a snagging hook . Once I realized they were peanuts I down sized trebles and threw on a drail weight. I told Joe to throw on a swim shad and to cast until one of us hooked up. still we did not see any fish under the bait . kept moving south with the school of bait for 20 minutes until bam, Joe hooks up with a storm swim shad. Awesome a nice 33 incher for the box. Bam 20 minutes later he hooks up again with a decent fish. Well know i realized it was time to make the switch. So I threw on a swim shad and started to plug away. Wouldn't you know not even 3 cast into it the school of peanuts push off shore and just like that it was over. there for another few minutes to see if anything was around, but no luck. So I made the call and told Joe that we had to make a move and go see what kind of bait we could find. we drove all the way to the inlet to see if we could find any bait and nothing. man 6 mile drive and couldn't find any more bait I was bummed. he said screw it lets find a nice hole and throw some bait out and see if we could pick anything up. Headed north again to head to a nice little hole I like to fish off the beach. 2 miles headed north we see bass Busting on peanuts up against the beach and man we got excited. Jumped out of the truck and started casting. fish blowing up everywhere and for some reason we couldn't hook up. Well that's when inspiration struck. I thought the reason we weren't hooking up was because there was so much bait in water that our storm swim shads blended in too much. So I had these two tsunami swim shads that were white and I decided to throw one out and see if it could stand out a little bit and bam. Wouldn't u know it was every cast. I started hooking up left and right till Joe asked for one. we were pounding the fish all by ourselves until another fisherman drove by and seen us both hooked up. A phone call later we had ten other guys around us. but at that point I didn't even care cause we were having so much fun. the other guys were hooking up once in a while but me and Joe were putting on a show. Something about these white swimmers they wanted. At one point i could have sold one for 40 dollars. but I only had one for me and Joe and I rather catch fish . we ended up with around 30 fish all from 27-33 inches. nothing huge, but still a blast. Island beach state park has been on fire the past week but now it is starting to slow down a bit with the weather. LbI seems to be the hot spot now. Guessing it's the same group of fish just working their way down. but finally The fish are here and still coming. They are getting them all up north on boats as well. all on a47, crocs, and snag and drop. we have all the gear for your striper fishing needs so stop on in to talk stripers and gear up. well that's all I have for this week tight lines.
11-20-I would have to rank this fall's fishing as the best i can ever remember. we've been catching big striped bass from the surf and the boat--but these are huge fish, because we have bunker around---for the layman, bunker are big baits, weighing over a pound apiece. typically in the fall we see smaller bait like sand eels, or rainfish, and therefore smaller fish. the bigger the bait, generally the bigger the fish. this has been a monumental fall migration so far with big fish coming from the surf and the boats. the pictures tell the story. call now or email to book a trip for the spring, it is the ultimate x-mas gift!Mickey
11-18-Hi there, I haven't sent out a fishing report in quite some time but i have been fishing a lot, mainly from the surf, although i plan on boat fishing this week so look for reports to come in more frequently. the fall striper migration has been fantastic in new jersey this year, i have not had one trip that didn't end up with a t least one or two multiple keeper sized striped bass and bluefish. truly one of the most epic autumn striper runs in my memory. here are some photos of our success. we are still taking reservations for the end of this year as well as next year, lastly, those were my good friends in the eagles of death metal, the band performing onstage in paris last night during the isis attacks that left over 100 people dead, most of the casualties were from the theater where they were performing. please keep the victims in your thoughts and prayers today. sincerely, captain mickey melchiondo
11-8-Thanks for the report, Bill. I was the guy that came in for two dozen minnows yesterday to take a bunch of kids to Core Creek. A couple of hits, no fish. I blame it on the kids. J
11-6- There is some bass being caught from the beach. Sporadic is the call of this past week on LBI. There was a few couple hour blitz here and there buy not consistent. Most of the big fish are being caught night time. Today (Sat.)the beach was lined with many fishermen, but there wasn't that much action. No fish around unless there starts a bite. Lots of boats off the beach, where it seems to be the most fish being caught. The fish from past seasons still aren't coming toward the beach unless bait pods run in. If your lucky enough to be where the fish come in close your catching and having fun, if not, well its not and it sucks. Hope things improve. Steele
10-30 -- fished the Belmar surf in the afternoon for about three hours. Beautiful water, low wind, no fish. Not even a nibble. Lots of fisherman, too, and saw only one guy catch something. Used spoons, Gulp baits and even some chicken.
10-22-Between my square bill crank bait, gold blade bait and your minnows,
I caught a 20” smallmouth, a giant Crappie, two pike and dozens of white
bass on this past warm Wednesday!
Fisherman Magazine -JIM HUTCHINSON'S UPDATE
Boats have been getting into solid striper action from Monmouth County to Cape May, with some of the very best action somewhere in between. Wheeling and diving birds along the Jersey Shore with occasional 'parking lot' conditions mark the spot for mad dog bite locations, with stripers of varying sizes (up to 58 pounds trolled off IBSP earlier this week on a #4 Green Maja) taking trolled lures, swim shads, jigs, plugs, and of course, live bunker. While folks in Delaware anxiously await the coastal arrival of striped bass, it does appear the monster bluefish have hit the local grounds with a vengeance - Dr. Luis Mispireta brought a 24.8-pound bluefish in to Lewes Harbour Marina on Monday he caught at Del-Jersey-Land Reef aboard Capt. Brent Wiest's Katydid, eclipsing the longstanding, 35-year state record blue by 3 pounds! Gusting N/NW winds to 20 to 25 knots are predicted through Saturday morning the 21st, but party boats will be looking for a window to sail as black sea bass and blackfish are keeping many rail-grabbers amped for bottom fishing action. More than a few impressive tautog reports have come in during this first-full week of the six-fish bag limit in New Jersey, as local tackle shops are working hard to keep the crab stock fresh and filled. A lot of options this week along the NJ/DE coast, with many arm-weary anglers referring to the recent action as some of the very best in many, many years - if the winds kick up this weekend, best bet may be to stock up on some fresh bunker and hit the beaches for big stripers and bluefish. See our weekend video forecast for more.
After a solid couple of weeks in which boats were finding the best success on striped bass and monster bluefish off the beach, the fish have turned towards shore providing surfcasters with steady action along the Jersey Coast. The first body of big stripers that came down the coast a few weeks back have moved into the South Jersey region, while a new batch of striped bass have invaded the Seaside vicinity in recent days providing a few blitz-like conditions. Stripers of 20 pounds or better are taking chunks of bunker, plugs of varying styles and also metals; teen-class or better bluefish are also in the mix, and with peanut bunker still making their way south, it could provide some good opportunities to score in the next couple of weeks (hang tight Delaware, the fish are steaming south as you read this!) Winds are expected to blow 20 to even 30 knots out of the W/NW through Saturday night with heavy surf, which could literally put the fish at your feet in the coming days. If you'd like to leave your boat in port, the party boats will be jigging for bass and blues through the weekend and should offer a good shot at some trophy catches - on Monday, November 16th, a lot of attention will turn to wreck fishing as New Jersey's tautog limits go from one fish to six fish per angler. Book your trip now, the early catches could be impressive!
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