Most of the bigger Stripers (30 to 50 pounders) are being caught from the Manasquan Inlet northward this past week, but we should start seeing this 1st wave of quality bass. It’s the anglers preference, but “CPR” is not a bad idea on these bigger fish (Catch, Photo, Release). We had Striped Bass picking up live baits and bucktails tipped with artificials last week as we worked some areas out front and in the backwaters. New clients Eli Sachs and two of his buddies landed close to a dozen bass, keeping 2 for the table. We had a third keeper boat side, but it broke the line in the strong current.
I will be back on the water this weekend targeting Striped Bass, Sea Bass, and possibly Tog for my charters. I do a few weekday and weekend afternoon dates available in November. December weekends are open for Striped Bass and Tog.
If interested in booking a charter, book through our site (reelreactioncharters.com) or call/text 609-290-7709. As always, we use the highest quality gear and everything is included: gear, live spot (20-30 per charter), tackle, fish-cleaning, and ICE! It’s “no worries” fishing. Just come aboard and FISH.
Capt. Brett Taylor ~ www.reelreactioncharters.com ~ Call or Text: 609-290-7709