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Gambler Fishing

November 12, 2018:
Bass fishing has been good when the weather cooperates, cited Capt. Bob Bogan of the Gambler. Bob said in the last couple weeks it's been a 50-50 mix of bait and lures such as Crocks, Avas and swim shads. "Hopefully the weather will settle down and this week will serve up some better conditions," he said.

Previous Reports

  • November 5, 2018 Open or Close

    Capt. Bob on the Gambler said they are putting in time on the striped bass now that the fish have finally moved in. Richard Marazo had the first bass of the fall season on the boat on Nov. 1. He is fishing for stripers daily, except when he goes out to the canyons. He has a special striper trip on Thanksgiving with shorter hours to get you home in time for turkey.

  • October 29, 2018 Open or Close

    Capt. Bob on the Gambler said he had a 36-hour canyon trip before the nor'easter. "The satellite temp charts didn't show any good breaks but Capt. Bob was hoping to see some mahi before sunset and longfin at daybreak," he said. They drifted and caught some jacks and jigged for tuna. The wind cranked up, making things difficult. But once the wind settled they caught a few mahi and a couple of small bluefin that had to be released. He moved to another spot and they tried for pollock but caught a few big sea bass and that was it. The striper trips begin Nov. 1. Call the office for details and to reserve your spot.

  • October 22, 2018 Open or Close

    Capt. Bob on the Gambler said the strong northwest winds forced them to cancel offshore canyon trips. "The upside to this wind and cooler temps, however, is that it should concentrate the tuna that have been missing in the canyons this month," Capt. Bob said. "I have a strong hunch that our canyon trips scheduled for November will be the best trips of the season for yellowfin and longfin tunas."

  • October 15, 2018 Open or Close

    Capt. Bob on the Gambler said a canyon trip didn't produce tuna but they did catch and release a small swordfish and a small mako. "The squid fishing at night was amazing. Schools of extra-large squids could be caught two or three at a time on squid jigs. We used them for bait and some guys filled coolers to take home," he said. They pothopped for mahi and the action was incredible, he said.

Gambler Fishing

Gambler Fishing
59 Inlet Drive
Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 08742
phone: 732-295-7569 | fax: 732-892-5083

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