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This morning, due to the winds and lack of customers we did not sail. Interested in an extra keeper? Get your bonus tag here. Get your Miss Belmar t-shirts now! We have both long and short sleeves in black, indig ... Read more »
This morning, we couldn’t find life so we headed North of our inlet. We started reading by the rocks, saw some life and there was still bait in the area but the fish just didn’t want to cooperate. Interested ... Read more »
Saturday morning, we fished up inside the bay and it didn’t produce. We ended up with a handful of fish with no keepers. On the other hand, it was a beautiful day on the ocean and we would like to thank our Veteran ... Read more »
Mackerel season is over everyone. We are going to tie up until the spring and put on a fresh coat of paint, along with making some other improvements. Thank you all for a great season and we will see you again in the spr ... Read more »
Saturday morning, we fished for mackerel and herring. The herring was good and we caught a few handfuls of mackerel. Hopefully by this weekend it will be better as they are just moving in. Sunday morning, we did not sai ... Read more »
Striper and blue season is officially over. We will resume sailing daily when the mackerel show up, which will hopefully be at the end of this month. If you have any questions in the interim, please feel free to give us ... Read more »
Due to the weather, we have not sailed for the past few days. We will be sailing tomorrow morning, weather permitting. SCHEDULE UPDATE: We are sailing every Friday, Saturday and Sunday for stripers from 7:30 a.m. - 2:30 ... Read more »
This morning, we started out 10 miles north of our inlet and fishing was great. There was a lot of action and some caught up to 15-20 fish, however, they were all short so we had to throw them back. By the end of the day ... Read more »