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Miss Belmar Princess

November 13, 2017:
Sunday started the week off aboard the Miss Belmar Princess with non-stop slammer fishing, while Monday found another exceptional day of monster blues to 22 pounds. A trip to the north of Shark River on Tuesday found bass working schools of bunker off the beaches which provided a good pick of stripers to 40 pounds with Joseph Corrado from Lindenhurst, Long Island taking the pool. It was back up north on Thursday where some good drifts served up 10- to 30-pound bass with Antonio Angon from Rocky Hill decking the money fish. Saturday's trip provided anglers with another super catch of linesiders.



Previous Reports

  • November 6, 2017 Open or Close

    The Miss Belmar Princess did not resume sailing until Thursday, cited Capt. Al Shinn. The boat's first trip in November fished east of Shark River and got right into 2- to 8-pound blues with some jumbo blues to 20-plus pounds mixed in with Rick from Hamilton winning the pool. On Friday it was an all day slug fest with slammers to 22-pounds. Al said the blues hit anything you threw at them and were thick all around and under the boat.

  • October 30, 2017 Open or Close

    Capt. Al Shinn of the Miss Belmar Princess said the best fishing last week was on bait while anchored up chumming and chunking. "We picked away at blues to 22 pounds at a steady pace until we blew the horn to go in," he said. Jumbo blues in the 20-pound-plus range have come from the east edge of the Mud Hole, and while the boat stayed in port on Tuesday and Wednesday due to the weather, the saw excellent fishing with slammers to 22 pounds on Thursday for Andrey Silko of Richfield, and yet another 22-pounder on Friday when fish were hitting jigs and baits. Seems like 22 is the magic number!

  • October 23, 2017 Open or Close

    The week aboard the Miss Belmar Princess started out with a Mud Hole trip hammering big blues to 22 pounds on Avas on Sunday. Capt. Al Shin said Monday's trip saw slow fishing and rough seas forced the boat to return to the dock, while Tuesday's fishing was limited to a few blues due to rough seas. The boat read tons of fish on Wednesday along the east edge of the Mud Hole but only managed a pick of slammers. Fishing was also a slow pick of blues and some albacore on Thursday despite reading plenty fish under the boat. On Friday AL said they found albies right out of the inlet, however bluefishing was picky the rest of the trip.

  • October 16, 2017 Open or Close

    Early week fishing aboard the Miss Belmar Princess had a small crowd beat up on 3- to 4-pound blues on Tuesday, while Wednesday saw fishing start slow but get better as the day wore on, with the day ending up with a good pull of blues to 14 pounds for the pool fish. Saturday's trip enjoyed the best fishing of the week with a mix of blues, albies and bonito serving up a steady bite.

Miss Belmar Princess

Miss Belmar Princess
Belmar Marina
905 Rte. 35
Belmar, NJ 07719
phone: 732-681-6866 | fax: 732-903-6868


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