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Miss Belmar Princess

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  • August 20, 2018 Open or Close

    Tuesday's trip aboard the Miss Belmar Princess looked north and south of Shark River Inlet and found a few small blues just off the beaches, then ran to edge of the Mud Hole and had excellent mackerel fishing with some ling and sea bass mixed in, with the pool going to Noriel Castro from Leonia. On Wednesday anglers hammered the cocktail blues on jigs with the pool going to Rob Lukanik from Cliffside. Thursday also saw very good cocktail action with some sea bass mixed in. Early morning on Friday saw a fair pick of small blues, mackerel and Spanish mackerel, and then finished up with a decent bite of sea bass and fluke with Guy McClain from Hamilton taking the pool. On Saturday the boat fished to the north of the inlet and picked away at some cocktails and Spanish mackerel, the switched to bottom fishing for a nice pick of sea bass and ling.

  • August 13, 2018 Open or Close

    Monday's trip aboard the Miss Belmar Princess saw anglers catch some small blues on a couple of drifts right off the beach until the tide turned. A switch to bottom fishing produced sea bass, along with a few fluke and ling. On Tuesday anglers hammer limits of bluefish on Ava's which were feeding on rainfish until midday outside Shark River Inlet, then went east and got into the sea bass and mackerel. Capt. Al Shinn said it was some of the best fishing the boat has seen this summer. Only a few blues were caught on Wednesday, but a switch to bottom served up a good pull of sea bass and fluke. On Thursday a run south of the inlet failed to find the slammers but bottom fishing produced a good bite of sea bass, ling and a pollock. A run to the north found good bird life and lots of surface feeding small blues. Once again the fishing was done by mid morning and bottom fishing gave up sea bass, fluke and ling. Lindsey said at least we are now starting to see the bluefish show up, along with some decent numbers of mackerel.

  • August 6, 2018 Open or Close

    Fishing aboard the Miss Belmar Princess has been bottom fishing on both morning and evening trips. I spoke with Lindsey over the weekend and she told me, while occasional bluefish are being caught the Princess has not seen any significant catches of blues in over two weeks. Bottom fishing has been a mix of sea bass, ling, triggers and occasional porgies to the east of Shark River Inlet. Calvin from Trenton and Chloe Siligrini of Philly were a couple of this past week's pool winners, she said.

  • July 30, 2018 Open or Close

    Rough seas and stiff winds made it a week in port for the Miss Belmar Princess. Lindsey said the boat finally got out on Saturday and finding no blues switched to bottom fishing for a good catch of sea bass, along with shorts and keeper fluke.

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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