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The Prowler 5
is a 80 foot super cruiser, and is SUPER FAST
to the fishing grounds.

All Trips Include:

  • Comfortable Fishing
  • We supply the Bait
  • Comfortable & stable ride
  • Helpful assistance from the crew
  • Optional Biggest Fish Pool

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  • Snacks & Sandwiches
  • Clean Men's & Women's Restrooms
  • Tackle & Rigs available
  • Rental Poles available
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NO RESERVATIONS ARE NEEDED FOR FLUKE TRIPS - WE SAIL AS AN OPEN BOAT.

AUG. 3 - GOOD FLUKE AND SEA BASS TRIP

Hey gang, we had a much nicer day today with some good fishing on nice big fluke, with limits and plenty of action and landed some nice sea bass in the mix as well. Had one 7.6 lber. but he was not in the MEGA pool. Nice to see there are some bigger fluke in the new area where we are fishing. See you in the morning. Thanks, Capt. Scott

AUG. 2 - OCEAN FLUKE REPORT

Hey gang, we were out today and it was a very windy day. The drift was real fast in the morning but we were still able to pick away at some nice fluke. Big Joe took the lead in the MEGA fluke pool with a 4.1 lber. Nothing big today, but from now on we'll be targeting big fluke, fishing rock piles and other structures that we normally fish. We've been fishing out east the last 3-1/2 weeks but now we'll be looking for the bigger fluke with the rest of the other Jersey ocean boats. There's enough fluke around on the structures that we fish. But if we need to go out east, we'll keep that ace in the hole. Tomorrow we'll have less wind, hopefully we'll get some bigger fluke tomorrow. See you in the morning. Thanks, Capt. Scott,

AUG. 1 - FLUKE - SEA BASS REPORT

Hey Gang, sometimes you just have to listen for the weatherman! After a quick look at the marine forecast this morning I knew we were going to have a short window to work with today. We did not waste anytime when we departed and throttled up for the Eastern grounds. The fares onboard worked away for the first few hours on some quality flatties and sea bass. The short action was furious but kept everyone busy. When the southerly kicked up lockjaw set in and we called it a day. Falcon Ray landed the pool fish along with his limit. Thanks Captain Jack.

JULY 30 - FLUKE - SEA BASS REPORT

Hey gang, we had some really nice family people on the boat today. It was a little breezy, but the ocean was beautiful. It was non-stop action all day. We released over 250 short fluke and landed 19 keepers today along with 55 keeper sea bass with small blues and chub mackerel mixed in. The drift was a little fast, but Joey, Sr. went around deck and made sure everyone had a little bit of a heavier weight on. I always say, I'd rather have a drift than not have a drift. Hats off to Dave Brink of Middletown, fishing the bow, helping out nine year old Brad on his first fishing trip and making sure he went home with fish and the ladies today. It was like lady's day today, we had a lot of women on the boat. We had a few limits. All in all a pretty good day. Tom Brown brought his two sons and had 3 nice keepers fishing the stern. It was a fun day, fishing with only one other boat, the Hunter out of Brooklyn. I'll see you in the morning and Capt. Jack will be at the helm on Sunday. Don't forget about the MEGA fluke pool that starts August 1st. We look forward to seeing you at the dock. Thanks, Capt. Scott

JULY 28 - OCEAN FLUKE-SEA BASS REPORT

Hey gang, we had a good crowd of regular customers aboard the Prowler again today on a gorgeous day in the ocean. After having 35 keeper fluke yesterday, we did not get that today. But we worked hard to land 25 quality keeper fluke and landed over 35 big sea bass and probably 150 short fluke. Artie, Big Joe and Wayne fishing the bow had two each. Joe in the stern had two and a lot of other customers had two keepers also. Wayne our regular customer won the pool with a nice 5.2 ocean fluke. Nice to see him back on the boat with good health again. I did not see any limits on fluke for our boat today,but once again, I can't get over how clean and clear the water is where we've been fishing.Just absolutely gorgeous. Tomorrow's forecast calls for rain in the morning with thunder showers in the afternoon as well as SE winds - 10 to 15 with gusts to 20 so we are going to pass on sailing tomorrow. I'm sure some of the other boats will be lighting up though. Definitely going to be back at it on Friday with 10-15 out of the NW. Great conditions, especially where we've been fishing. Don't forget about our MEGA mid-season Fluke pool. You can talk to the crew about the entry fee. I'll see you guys for the big fluke and sea bass trip on Friday, July 30th. It's 85 dollars and no reservations are needed. We are an open boat. Thanks, Capt. Scott

JULY 27 - OCEAN FLUKE-SEA BASS REPORT

Hey gang, we had a great group of customers aboard today including Captain George of the Angler. We took that 22 mile ride to where we left off yesterday and had another successful fishing trip. Action all day long, nonstop with fluke and sea bass. Released over 200 shorts. We had 35 keeper fluke, including some nicer fish. We even saw a couple of Cobia swimming around the boat today. The water is so crystal clear, just like the canyon. PS, Starting Sunday August 1st, the crew Joe Sr and Joseph Jr are going to be starting a MEGA Midseason Fluke Pool, similar to the one they ran on the Angler. The pool will be running from August 1st to the end of the fluke season, $20 single entry per person. Heaviest fluke at the end of the season wins the big pool. All fish in the running will be weighted at the dock on the official Prowler 5 produce scale. Fishing everyday 7:30am. See you tomorrow. Thanks. Capt Scott.

JULY 26 - BIG OCEAN FLUKE-SEA BASS REPORT

Hey gang, we were out today with 14 customers. The ocean settled down very nice. We we took the long ride where we've been going the last 3 weeks but it was a little slow this morning. So we had to go a little bit further east. Found some big fluke and sea bass there. Had a 22 mile ride back to the dock. But whatever it takes to get it done. No more Wreck Trips until the fluke season is over. We are totally in a fluke and seabass mode lately. Sailing everyday, No reservations are needed. The fare is $85 dollars. We sail 730am sharp. See you guys in the morning. Thanks Captain Scott.

JULY 24 - FLUKE AND SEA BASS REPORT

Hey gang. It was another great day on the water. We had a nice boat of regulars with a few new faces onboard too. We ran the distance out to the east again and when we got there we had no drift. We switched gears and started power drifting the rough stuff and big fat flatties started flying over the rails. Everyone worked hard today and by the days end we had over 40 keepers onboard up to 7lbs. Only about 30 sea bass today but they were mostly all knuckles. The short action was nonstop all day. Hazlet Bob won the pool with a 7.2 oz beauty. Tomorrow's forecast is calling for 25-30kts of south wind so we are going to take a pass. Next trip will be Monday. Thanks Capt. Jack.

JULY 22 - BEST DAY OF THE SEASON - BIG FLUKE - SEA BASS REPORT

Hey gang, today was the day to be out. We had a big crowd of customers and we had our best day of the season on big fluke. We also caught many nice big sea bass. Many fluke limits on the boat. Just a really great day of fishing. Big Joe was high hook with 5 nice fluke, keeping 3 of them. We had really nice conditions all day with perfect drift. My crew did a fabulous job today Joey Sr and Joseph Jr and Wendy. They were at it non stop all day. We took that long ride again today and it pay off big time. I'm on for the wreck trip tomorrow and Captain Jack will be out to get you the big fluke and sea bass Saturday and Sunday. See you guys at the dock in the morning.Thanks Captain Scott

JULY 21 - FLUKE AND SEA BASS REPORT

Hey gang, we were out on the grounds again today. It was another successful trip for us. We had a light crowd of only 17 customers I guess because of the thunderstorms in the afternoon. Though the ocean was really flat calm, we boated some big sea bass and had some nice big fluke. We did not have any limits today on fluke but we did get into double digits on keepers. We'll see you guys in the morning and remember bring the heavy rods. Captain Jack will be at the helm again Saturday and Sunday. Wendy has the galley up and running we have everything that you need on the boat. We look forward to seeing you at the dock. Thanks Captain Scott.

JULY 20 - FLUKE AND SEA BASS REPORT

Hey gang, we had some great people on the boat today. We took the long ride where we've been fishing. Caught and released a couple of hundred short fluke, got into the 20s with the keepers. Big Joe had his limit as did others and we also landed some nice sea bass. Ocean was beautiful, flat calm. We'll be back at it tomorrow morning. Again, don't bring light rods - bring heavy rods. P.S. don't forget about our wreck trip this Friday, July 23rd. Text for reservations 732-245-6514. Thanks. Capt. Scott

JULY 19 - FLUKE AND SEA BASS REPORT

Hey gang, we had a nice crowd of 24 customers today on beautiful day out on the ocean. We took another long ride and we non-stop action. Nice big sea bass, big ocean fluke and 100s of shorts released. Tom the Hammer had his limit today as well as others. Bring the heavy rods, leave the light stuff at home. See you in the morning. Fishing every day $85.00 no reservations needed. Thanks, Capt. Scott

JULY 18 - FLUKE AND SEA BASS REPORT

Hey Gang, We were greeted by a pretty uncomfortable ocean this morning as we made our way down the beach. It certainly was not conducive to the novice anglers sailing with us today. For the fishing we a had pretty good action and some limits. Once again a bunch of nice sea bass added to today's catch. Prowler Billy from Sparta landed the pool with a nice flattie today. Forecast looks great coming up this week and we should be able to get back out to the grounds were the fish are. So come on down to the dock. Thanks Capt. Jack.

JULY 17 - FLUKE AND SEA BASS REPORT

Hey Gang. We had a pretty solid day of fluke fishing. There were some quality keepers landed on today's trip with Sean Gunning from Sewell taking the pool with a 6lb flattie. The short action was fast all day and stopped counting when we were over 200. There were also a bunch of giant sea bass landed onboard too. We are fishing in the ocean at depths of 60-85' so leave the 1.5oz jigs home and please plan accordingly. Back at it again tomorrow. Thanks Capt Jack.

JULY 16 - VERY GOOD WRECK TRIP

Hey gang. We had a very good day on the fishing grounds again today. By the end of the day the coolers and buckets were full. Dave Brink of Middletown, fishing the bow, landed 28 nice ling plus two big sea bass. Mike Ayres, after catching his limit on fluke yesterday decided to come out again on the wreck trip and landed 24 nice ling and also had his two sea bass. Our regulars today, Chet, Larry, Artie and the others, all did a great job today. We fished alone today and had a pretty exciting day. We even got to see some big yellow fin tuna swimming around the boat. I will probably add another one of these wreck trips down the line. Maybe next Friday, July 23rd, if I think the conditions look good. I'll keep you posted. Capt. Jack will be at the helm Saturday and Sunday targeting the big ocean fluke and sea bass. So don't miss out. We've been burning a lot of fuel lately, but it really doesn't matter. Anything to get the job done to satisfy our customers. Thanks, Capt. Scott.

JULY 15 - GOOD DAY FOR BIG OCEAN FLUKE

Hey gang. We took a little longer ride into the ocean and found some nice big ocean fluke today. Out of the 30 something keepers that we kept, they were all over 19 inches and better. We released well over 150 short fluke. We caught some nice big sea bass today as well. Great people on the boat today. We had 3 or 4 guys with a high hook of 4 keepers, Mike Ayres had his limit, Big Joe had his limit, Rueben took today's pool with a real nice big fluke of 8.2 lbs. Runner up was Russell fishing the stern with a 7.4 lber and we had a lot of other 5 - 6 lb. fish. Pleasure having Danny Bembrook and his family along with Ryan Fairhurst on the boat today too. Had the engines running all day. Hats off to my crew, Joey Sr., Joseph Jr. and Wendy. They busted their tails all day today. It was a real fun day and there were a lot of happy people getting off the boat today. I'll be going out on the wreck trip tomorrow and then Capt. Jack will be at the helm to catch you the big fluke and sea bass on Saturday and Sunday. We look forward to seeing you at the dock. Thanks, Capt. Scott.

JULY 14 - SEA BASS / FLUKE REPORT

Hey gang. Started the day off with dense fog with 23 customers on board. As I said I would do in my last report we went right out into the ocean and we landed some big ocean fluke. We also had fair action on short fluke with some nice sea bass. It turned out to be a beautiful day on the ocean, flat calm. Big change from yesterday in the ocean. We're into double digits on fluke and still fishing. Good drift all day. We'll see you in the morning.

JULY 13 - FLUKE REPORT

Hey gang. We sailed today with a very light crowd of nine fares. We started heading out to the ocean where we've been catching the fluke and sea bass, but when we got out about 3 miles off shore we had to retreat. The ocean was sloppy with the east wind. We fished a new location where we had plenty of fluke, but they were just about all shorts. Not too many keepers today. Slow day. Tomorrow they call for five miles out of the south so we'll be able to get back out to the fishing grounds out in the ocean. That being said, I'll see you in the morning.

JULY 12 - FLUKE/SEA BASS REPORT

Hey gang. We had Artie's group out today with a lot of the regulars, Big Joe, Wayne, Tom the Hammer and others. The ocean was pretty good with a nice breeze, slight roll out of the south but not bad. We picked away at nice keeper fluke with some nice big sea bass. Ricardo had his limit of three nice fluke. Others had two keepers, some had one, some had none. There were others with just sea bass. We'll be back at it in the morning. Don't forget about our special wreck that we are doing this Friday, July 16th. You can text me at 732-245-6514 to get on this trip. Thanks to Capt. Jake on the Simple Life for working with Joey, Sr. today. Joey, Jr. got called in for jury duty. See you in the morning. Thanks. Capt. Scott

JULY 11 - FLUKE/SEA BASS REPORT

Hey gang. Today, I honed in on some of the new life we found yesterday and it turned out to be one of the best trips of the season so far. Great conditions and when the fares onboard dropped their lines in it was game on with the fluke. The bite did slow up towards the end of the day with the tide change but the day was already made. Prowler regular Billy landed his limit in the first two drifts.The short action was pretty fast and there were also some nice sea bass mixed in too.M.N. From Bayonne landed a 8lb beauty that swept the pool. Great day of fishing all by ourselves but I'm sure that won't last. We will be back on the prowl tomorrow, see you on the dock! Thank Capt Jack.

JULY 10 - FLUKE/SEA BASS REPORT

Hey gang. When we left the dock this morning I was not really not sure what to expect after the passing storm. There was a little heave left over that laid down as the day went on. First drop was in a new area and we had some great life picking at some nice flatties along with some of the best short action so far this season. After we lost the drift with the change we took a little ride down the beach and picked through some shorts and landed a few more nice keepers. Prowler regular Larry from Caldwell landed a nice 6.5lb fluke that won the pool. We will be back the Prowl again tomorrow. See you on the dock! Thanks Captain Jack.

JULY 7 - FLUKE/SEA BASS REPORT

Hey gang. Out today with a light crowd of nine customers. Big Joe and Artie, Dave Brink of Middletown. It's a really nice day out on the ocean. We took a longer rider to the south today, fishing with the Southern boys. Picking at short fluke, not a lot of keepers, some really nice sea bass and some ling in the mix. That's the Noon report. Joey and Joseph will be doing some maintenance the next two days, changing oil and filters so that being said, the next two trips will be Sat. and Sun. when Capt. Jack will be back at the helm. On July 12th, I'll be back to run Big Artie's event for our veterans that we do every year. If a few of you regulars want to get on the trip get in touch with me or Artie. We look forward to seeing you guys at the dock.

JULY 6 - FLUKE/SEA BASS REPORT

Hey gang. It was a nice day out on the water, we definitely escaped the heat out on the ocean. I like to keep it honest with our reports good or bad and in full transparency today was just not our day. We tried a bunch of different areas with very little reward for our efforts. The keepers that landed were quality however just not enough to go around. That's why they call it fishing not catching! Tomorrow's another day and we will be back on the Prowl! Thank you. Capt Scott

JULY 4th and 5th - FLUKE/ SEA BASS REPORT

Hey gang. Sunday's trip produced some nice keeper fluke early in the day for us. However when the bite slowed I switched gears and put a boat limit of nice big sea bass together. There were also some nice big ling landed too. Larry from parts unknown won the pool with a nice 5lb fluke. Today started out a little slow and we had to cover some ground to scrap together a catch. Tom the Hammer was high hook with his limit. Once again the Sea Bass and ling kept the rods bent while we picked through the fluke. Bob from Holmdel won the pool with a nice 6lb flattie. The weather was absolutely beautiful this weekend and it's going to be a hot one in land this week. So pack your rods and come join us for some fishing on the Prowler. Thank you Captain Jack.

JULY 1 - WRECK REPORT

Hey gang, we had a good fishing trip today with some big ling, nice sea bass and a codfish to take today's pool. We even had some winter flounder. Had some good people on the boat today, Capt. George of the Angler who brought Donnie and Bob the farmer. We also had some other good regulars. But we only had 12 people today. I thought we would have had more people for this trip. I may do a few more of these trips down the line, but for right now it's going to be fluke and sea bass every day. No reservations needed. We leave 7:30 a.m. sharp and we get in at 2:30 p.m. The fare is $85 and we have a full galley on board. We are not shaping up Saturday, July 3rd. But we will be back at it on Sunday morning for fluke and sea bass. Thanks, Capt. Scott

JUNE 29 - MON. AND TUES. FLUKE REPORT

Hey gang, we had T.K.'s group out yesterday (Monday) with around 30 people. It was a slow day fishing. We only landed 6 or 7 keeper fluke with shorts in the mix. Today at 10:45 it's the same with a couple of keepers so far. We have a very light crowd of 9 anglers today, but there is a nice, cool breeze out on the water. Even though the heat is stifling at the dock. I'll give another report Thursday after the wreck trip. Capt. Jack will be at the helm again on Sun. and Mon. Wendy O has the galley up and running. Come on down and lets do some fishing. Thanks. Capt. Scott.

JUNE 25 - FIRST FLUKE REPORT

Hey gang. We're banging away at some nice keeper fluke today. Working hard with the engines on all day. We are doing a special wreck trip Thurs. and Fri. July 1st and 2nd for big sea bass, ling, codfish and winter flounder from 7:30 to 2:30, fishing with fresh clams. Call for reservations on the wreck trips only. Fluke trips are all an open boat.

JUNE 24 - LAST WRECK REPORT - FLUKE STARTS TOMORROW, FRI., JUNE 25TH

Hey gang. Started out on a wreck in about 135 feet. Picked away at some ling. Second drop we fished in around 100 feet. It was all big sea bass that we had to throw back. That being said we start fluke fishing tomorrow, everyday 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. These trips are open boat trips no reservations needed. Plus, one of our boats at the Harbor - the Sea Hunter had around 60 keeper fluke yesterday. So things are looking bright for fluke fishing. Thank you. We'll see you at the dock.

JUNE 20 - WRECK FISHING REPORT

Hey gang. First and foremost Happy Fathers Day. It was a gorgeous day to be out on the ocean. We had a good crowd onboard today and left the dock a few minutes early for our trip out to the grounds. Once we settled up on anchor the fares onboard were swinging nice knuckles over the rail for the first few hours. Made a couple of small adjustments as the day went on but the sea bass slowed up a bit. I decided to make a move and spread two anchors over a wreck in deep water. Once the lines came right we had baseball bat size ling coming over the rails along with a few codfish. Walt Getz from Easton PA won the pool with a nice jersey codfish. With the dismal fluke reports that have been coming in the Prowler will continue to bottom fishing until further notice. There are still plenty of ling, flounder and some cod to catch until the sea bass fishing opens back up. Don't wait until it's over now is the time to get in on some good fishing! Thanks Captain Jack

JUNE 19 - WRECK FISHING REPORT

Hey gang, we were out today but the ocean was not like they predicted it was going to be. We had 30 people and everyone was fine. The fishing wasn't as good as it's been all week, but it was ok. Dave Brink of Middletown came back again and had his limit. Fishing slowed down around 11 a.m. so we left for a new location. Finished the day picking at some more fish. Tomorrow is Father's Day, so get down early. Capt. Jack and the crew will see you in the morning. Thanks, Capt. Scott

JUNE 18 - ANOTHER BEAUTIFUL DAY ON THE WATER

Hey gang. It was a nice turnout with customers on another drop-dead beautiful day. Fishing was great again. Dave Brink and Danny Benbrook fished the bow and had a nice cooler full of fish. We even had Capt. George of the Angler out today, Big Joe and so many other great people. Tomorrow and Sunday I would suggest you get down early - it's an open boat and Father's Day weekend. See you in the morning. Thanks, Capt. Scott

JUNE 17 - OUTSTANDING WRECK TRIP AGAIN

Hey gang. Today was the day to be out. It was literally the nicest day of the year - top 10! We had 32 customers, mostly all Prowler5 regulars again and everyone caught plenty of fish. Big sea bass, flounder and nice ling. The crew did another great job. Nice to see a lot of happy customers getting off the boat and the rack barrel full again. Call me for reservations during the week and remember Saturdays and Sundays its an open boat - no reservations are needed.

JUNE 16 - ANOTHER GREAT WRECK TRIP

Hey gang. We had a very comfortable crowd of 22 customers on the boat today. We didn't waste any time. We used our speed and flew right out to the deep blue. Nice cool ocean breeze. The ocean was flat calm again. We banged away all day on big sea bass, jumbo flounder and plenty of nice ling and we released many conger eels. We had some great people on the boat today. Big Joe and Artie fishing the bow of the boat. Each had their limit on big sea bass, plus ling and winter flounder in the mix to add to their cooler. Hitman fishing the stern had his limit and several others. I have quite a few guys signed up for tomorrow, Thursday. So it will be a busy day for me, Joey Jr. and Joey Sr. and Wendy. Looking forward to getting back out there again tomorrow. Fishing every day. Call for reservations during the week. Saturday and Sunday no reservations are required, it's an open boat so just come down. The fare is $85 and we leave 7:30 a.m. sharp. We look forward to seeing you at the dock. Thanks, Capt. Scott.

JUNE 15 - GREAT WRECK FISHING CONTINUES

Hey gang. We had a light crowd of customers on this beautiful day out on the water. We went right to crushville land location and caught plenty of big sea bass, flounder and ling. Call me or text me for reservations during the week. Saturday and Sunday trips no reservations needed - it's and open boat. See you in the morning. P.S. we are sold out Mon., June 28th.

JUNE 13 - GREAT DAY - WRECK REPORT

Hey Gang, we gathered a little intel on last nights charter for Sea Bass inshore. The group end up with a nice catch of Sea Bass but I knew today that the inshore fishing was not going to be good enough. We left the dock on time and throttled up for the deep. I did not waste any time trying to drift today and set up on anchor on the first drop. Made the right call as it was game on with jumbo knuckles coming over the rail before the anchor was tight. The fares onboard had solid fishing for the first few hours filling buckets with sea bass, ling and flounder. The fishing did slow up a little after a few hours and we had to make a little adjustment to get them started again. Ended up being a Great Day with many limits onboard along with an awesome group of anglers. Prowler regular Chet's daughter Jessica, won the pool with a beautiful 4lb sea bass. Thank you. Captain Jack.

JUNE 12 - WRECK REPORT

Hey gang it was very busy day with lots of customers. We didn't do really that well today just a slow pick all day. The ocean was rough where we fished and we had quite a few kids and people a little seasick today. Conditions will be better tomorrow Sunday for Captain Jack. I told him to go to the crushville location. So I'm sure he'll have a better report tomorrow. Thanks Captain Scott.

JUNE 10 - WRECK REPORT

Hey gang. We were out today with a light crowd of 17 people. Conditions were different than from the last couple of days with the east wind. We couldn't drift, we had to use our anchors today. We fished three different locations and we picked away at sea bass, ling and had a nice codfish that took the pool. All in all, just a fair day but everyone went home with fish. We will not be shaping up tomorrow. Saturday and Sunday look great. It's an open boat on Saturdays and Sundays, no reservations needed. I'll see you guys Saturday morning and Capt. Jack will be at the helm for Sunday's trip. Wendy O has the galley up and running with all kinds of hot food, snacks, waters, etc. Leaving 7:30 a.m. sharp every day. Thanks. Capt. Scott

JUNE 9 - WRECK REPORT

Hey gang, we had good fishing again for sea bass. We were targeting them all day today. We had limits again. Tyler, fishing the bow was hot today, fishing with a jig. The ocean was like silk today. We did not have to anchor the boat. Some ling and even had a stray fluke. I have 7 or 8 signed up for tomorrow, so we are definitely fishing. Text or call me for reservations. Sailing everyday. We leave 7:30 sharp.

JUNE 8 - WRECK REPORT

Hey gang. It was another successful day with the fish again. We had a nice comfortable crowd of 25 and everyone did well on the sea bass today. Multiple limits, saw a codfish today, some ling and no winter flounder today. Although we did not fish that certain wreck that we fished yesterday and caught them. We'll save that for another trip. I don't want to sound like a broken record, but the ocean was beautiful today with a nice ocean breeze. Fishing every day, leaving 7:30 a.m. sharp. Don't miss out on this fishing. You should really come down and take advantage of it while it lasts. Call me for reservations during the week. Saturdays and Sundays are open boat trips so no reservations are required. Wendy O has the galley up and running with hot food, soft drinks, water, etc. We have good tackle on the boat, no need to buy it at the tackle stores. I'll see you guys in the morning. Thanks, Capt. Scott.

JUNE 7 - WRECK REPORT - BIG SEA BASS

Hey gang. We had Arthur Lemise on the boat today with a nice group of customers on another drop dead, beautiful day out in the ocean. It was too fast for us to drift today so we had to use our anchors for 3 drops. The one drop we did well. We had some big sea bass come in, boated 15 jumbo winter flounders and some big ling. Great people on the boat today. We didn't have slaughter fishing, but it was good enough that everyone went home with dinner. Weather looks great for the next couple of days. Call me for reservations during the week for these trips and remember Saturdays and Sundays are open trips. No reservations are required. Me and the crew look forward to seeing you at the dock. We sail 7:30 sharp, every day. See you in the morning. Thanks, Capt. Scott.

JUNE 6 - WRECK REPORT - BIG SEA BASS

Hey gang. Well we didn't have that beat down fishing like yesterday, but still everyone went home with dinner, we picked and plucked all day. It was another beautiful day out on the ocean. Even though it's hot and sticky on land it's nice and cool and comfortable where we have been fishing offshore. So come down and join us, we look forward to seeing you at the dock. See you in the morning 7:30am. Thanks, Captain Scott

JUNE 5 - WRECK REPORT - BIG SEA BASS

Hey gang. We had a big crowd of customers on the beautiful day in the ocean and the SEABASS- were chewing today. We had multiple limits well over 350 keepers maybe more with tons of others released we went through 8 bushel of fresh clams, didn't see any ling or codfish,all sea bass today,it was a fun day out on the water. It was a very busy day for me and the crew, nice to see the people come down. Captain Jack will be at the helm tomorrow Sunday. Remember Saturday and Sunday's no reservations are required,you just show up open boat. Sold out for Friday June 11th trip. Thanks.

JUNE 4 - WRECK REPORT - GREAT TRIP COD, SEA BASS, LING

Hey gang. What a great day of fishing again. We had a light crowd of 16 customers today and had 16 limits on big sea bass, plus we had some nice codfish and plenty of big ling in the mix. You guys should definitely come out and take advantage of this great fishing. Text me for reservations. Sat. and Sun. trips are open trips so no reservations are required. The fare is $85. We leave at 7:30 a.m. sharp. Catching all our fish on fresh clams. Sailing every day now. Also, Wendy O has the galley open. Thank you, Capt. Scott.

JUNE 1 - WRECK REPORT - FULL BEATDOWN AGAIN, MANY LIMITS

Hey gang. Nice to see the storm did not hurt the great fishing we've been having. We had 25 limits on big sea bass and released many others. The ocean was flat calm and we had awesome people on the boat today. See you in the morning. Sailing 7:30 a.m. sharp.

May 27 - ANOTHER GREAT WRECK TRIP - BIG SEA BASS, LING AND JUMBO FLOUNDER

Hey gang. Well this was the day to be out. It was another beatdown on the fish. We took a nice long ride into the deep blue water and we crushed those fish again. We had a nice crowd of customer for a beautiful day on the ocean. We had well over 300 big sea bass, with so many other sea bass released. We had about 80 ling and we even had 12 jumbo flounders today with some whiting in the mix and we released about 100 conger eels. Went through a ton of fresh clams and burned through a lot of fuel but like I said in one of my other reports.... whatever it takes to get it done for our customers. Wendy O has the galley up and running and our crew Joey Jr. and Joey Sr. were pretty busy today right from the get go. We double anchored on a wreck today. Now for the bad news. The holiday weekend is a bust for the kind of fishing we do. Being realistic the next day I'm going to go out is Tuesday, June 1st. Thanks, Capt. Scott

May 26 - WRECK TRIP - GREAT TRIP BANNER DAY

Hey gang, I picked up my niece Grace and we had a fabulous day out in the deep blue. I know her dad/my brother, Capt. Glenn, is looking down with a big smile on his face. Plus, the fish Gods were good to us. We had over 250 big sea bass on the boat today.

May 25 - WRECK TRIP REPORT

Hey gang, the 1st and 2 sets of the day we were on the float and were picking away, then we got this strong wind with the out going tide. Definitely had to put 2 anchors out on the last 2 wrecks of the day, not great fishing but not bad either, high hook was Lenny from Staten Island with 8 nice knuckleheads. Everyone had 5 and low hook was 3. Adam and Daniell from Denville, NJ has today's pool fish. We're fishing tomorrow so we will see you at the dock 7:30am. Thanks. Captain Scott.

May 23 - WRECK TRIP REPORT - BIG SEA BASS AND LING

Hey gang. I thought it was going to be an easy day today and lots of customers. Well we only had 25 people today and we're working hard to put fish in the boat. I flew out to the deeper water where we've been catching them, but there was a big ground swell southerly heave. Anchored up on the wreck and we only saw a couple of silver eels and a couple of sea bass. Didn't waste much time there. We went to a new location and we've been working on one little piece of bottom putting a catch together. We're up to about 95 keeper sea bass with some real big ones in the mix and probably a couple of dozen nice ling. It's about 12:30 now and we're still plucking away. Anyway, we will not be fishing tomorrow. The weather calls for 15 to 20 out of the east and the handful of guys that I had signed up canceled and rescheduled for Tuesday. So Tuesday will be our next trip. We'll be doing these wreck trips the whole month of June, 7 days a week. So come down and join us, we leave at 7:30 a.m. sharp. Thanks, Capt. Scott.

May 22 - WRECK TRIP REPORT

Hey gang. It was another beautiful day of fishing in the ocean. The fares onboard had sea bass and ling coming over the rails all day. By the end of the trip buckets and coolers were full with a nice mix. The pool fish was a big old knucklehead sea bass caught in the stern. Sorry I did not get the anglers name. If you want to get in on some great fishing now is the time! Come join us we sail everyday departing at 730AM.

May 21 - WRECK TRIP REPORT - LIMITS GALORE ON BIG SEA BASS

Hey gang, we had a lot of happy customers on the boat today. We steamed out of the slip at 7:25 a.m. with 31 customers and used the speed to get out to the deep blue. We were cruising at 20 knots. The long ride was worth it. Out of the 31 customers we had 24 limits of big sea bass. It was a beatdown. Not a lot of ling today but who cares about the ling with the fishing we had today. Hats off to my crew today, Joey Gorski, Sr., Joey Gorski, Jr. and Joey's mom, Wendy O. I was even down on deck helping out today it was so busy. But then again I'm always on deck. I can't stay in that wheelhouse. Actually if you think about it, we have the whole crew of Capt. George's Angler. Wendy has the galley up and running and like I said we are very happy to have our new edition, Joey Jr. Capt. Jack will be chomping at the bit to get down to the hot spot tomorrow morning. The best was I double anchored up on a wreck and we beat on them for 2-1/2 hours. We released so many other sea bass today. We went through tons of fresh clams and been burning a ton of fuel but we'll do whatever it takes for our customers. A lot of regulars here today, a few of them up in the bow Dave Brink of Middletown and his son Dave Jr. and we even had Robert Fairhurst aboard that had his limit up in the bow as well as lot's of other regulars. A lot of you guys know Joey Jr. he's officially on the Prowler5 team. Capt. Jack, Joey, Sr., Joey, Jr. and Wendy will see you in the morning. Thank you Capt. Scott

May 19 - VARIETY DAY - WRECK FISH REPORT - BIG SEA BASS/ LING/ COD/ FOUNDER

Well gang it was another beautiful day out in the deep blue ocean. We caught all different kinds of fish today. Big sea bass, ling, a nice keeper codfish, whiting, winter flounder and even had a stray fluke (about 5 lbs.) that Wendy-O caught and released. Everyone went home with dinner again. Fishing every day now. I don’t want to sound like a broken record, but for this wreck fishing I try to keep the fares to about 30 people during the week and then on Sat. and Sun. it’s an open boat. Me and the crew will see you at the dock. We are looking forward to getting back out here tomorrow morning. Thanks, Capt. Scott

May 19 - UPDATE - SCHEDULE STAYING WRECK FISHING

Hey gang, with this great fishing we are not going to start fluking on Saturday. It makes no sense to start something just because it's opening day with the great fishing we are having with wreck fishing. Also, I do like to keep the wreck trips around 30 people during the week so please call or text 732-245-6514 for reservations. But on Saturday and Sunday no need for reservations - it's an open boat - so come on down.

May 19 - WRECK FISH REPORT - GOOD DAY - BIG SEA BASS/LING/COD/FOUNDER

Hey gang, another absolutely drop dead gorgeous day. We took a little further ride today and fished in the deeper water and had 9 limits on the sea bass with 22 people aboard. The best was our 2nd set of the day, my buddy Captain Bobby Quinn of the Ocean Explorer set us up on some nice big fish. Even had some winter flounder today with some big ling. Weather looks great for Thursday and Friday. Remember, I'm trying to keep it around 30 people so call or text me for reservations - 732-245-6514. We look forward to seeing you at the dock. We're fishing with fresh clams every day, usually 8 oz. sinkers have been working fine. Thank you and we will see you at the dock in the morning. We're sailing 7 days a week. Thanks, Capt. Scott P.S. Capt. Jack and I have decided that with this great wreck fishing we are not going to go fluking on Saturday, we're gonna continue what we are doing.... catching fish. Capt. Jack will be at the helm on Saturday.

May 18 - WRECK FISH REPORT - BIG SEA BASS/LING/COD/FOUNDER

Hey gang. We sailed on another beautiful day offshore in the deep again. Some limits so far plus a nice keeper codfish along with some nice ling being caught. The weather and conditions look fabulous for the next 3 days (Wed., Thurs. and Fri.). Don't miss out on this good fishing. We're fishing and catching the fish on fresh clams. We have a nice comfortable crowd of 15 or 16 anglers fishing on today's trip. I try not to overload the boat on these wreck trips! I like to keep it at 25 to 30 people. Text or call me for reservations or for further information about conditions and future trips at 732-245-6514. I look forward to hearing from you. Thanks, Capt. Scott

May 17 - WRECK FISH REPORT - BIG SEA BASS/LING/COD/FOUNDER

Hey gang, it's a shame more people didn't come down to Atlantic Highlands Harbor today. Only two of us sailed today. We have a very light crowd of only 6 customers today. But it didn't darn matter because it was just too nice of a day not to go fishing today. The fishing is very good for the big sea bass. I already have a few limits on the boat of ten and I myself actually caught 3 already and that's enough for me for dinner. It's an absolutely gorgeous day and we are way off shore in the deeper water. Definitely sailing tomorrow and Wed. now and the rest of the week. So come on down and join us. While fluke season opens on the 22nd we will continue to go wreck fishing - big sea bass / ling / cod and flounder. The fishing is too good right now. For these wreck trips I am taking reservations - 25 - 30 that's it. The fare is $85 and we'll be sailing every day 7:30 - 2:30/3:00pm. Me, Capt. Jack, Capt. George and the crew look forward to seeing you guys this week.

May 16 - Sea Bass -Líng

Hey gang, it was another fun day offshore today and fishing was ok. There was plenty of ling caught, we had more sea bass yesterday but still a good day, everyone went home with fish, so don’t miss out. Our next 3 trips will be Monday,Thursday and Friday. See you guys in the morning. Also Fluking starts Saturday May 22d if its not good? We will go right back to WRECK TRIPS FOR SEA BASS/ COD/ LING/ FLOUNDER. I will keep you guys updated.

May 15 - Great First Trip for Sea Bass and Ling

Hey gang, we had a gorgeous day out on the ocean. We made 6 or 7 drops and caught nice big sea bass and plenty of big ling. We didn't had any limit on sea bass, but lots of guys had 5 or 6 keepers. We had a decent crowd with Prowler regulars. Everyone caught fish today. Our best fishing was late morning into the afternoon in the deeper water to end the day. Dave Brink of Middletown, was hot today with a cooler full of fish, fishing the port bow. Our next fours days bottom fishing will be Sunday, Monday Thursday and Friday. Fluking starts this Saturday May 22, but I'm going to keep 5 days in the week for WRECK TRIPS FOR SEA BASS/COD/LING/FLOUNDER as there are lots of fish to catch. You can text me or show up at the dock in the morning to get on these trips. Thank you.

May 2 - Bottom Fish REPORT

Hey Gang, I have the boat out again today. Tough conditions today - wind against tide and very rollie out here. It blew hard the last couple of days. We tried in the deeper water, with just a slow pick on ling today. That being said, our next trip will not be until the end of the week sometime. Thanks.

APRIL 24 - FISHING REPORT

Hey Gang, once again greeted by a beautiful ocean as we rounded the tip of the hook. Our first drop had some life but it was all up in the bow. Made a few shifts but just could not get it going beyond a pick. We took a steam inshore but the life was dull. Ended up close to home and had some action at the end of the day with some nice ling. In the end, not the best day nor the worst. See you soon. Next trip we will be sailing on Wed., April 28th for blackfish, ling and cod. Our next trip will be Sunday, May 2nd. Call or text at 732 245 6514.

APRIL 18 - FISHING REPORT

Hey Gang, it was another beautiful spring day out in the ocean. We picked up where we left off yesterday plugging away at some nice keeper tog with some ling in the mix. Tried a couple of different areas catching fish on all. Dan Benbrook from Middletown won the pool with a keeper codfish. Come on down and join us this season. Next trip is tomorrow, Saturday 7:30am to 2:30pm.

APRIL 17 - GREAT FISHING TODAY

Hey Gang, it was great to get back out on the bottom grounds today. We had a nice pick of tog and ling on all of the drops we fished with clam being the choice bait. Pool winner was Clifton Gary with a nice 4lb tog. Looks like we are going to have a solid spring fishery on the wrecks. See you in the morning 7:30am to 2:30 pm. Thank you, Captain Scott.

JAN. 18 - Blackfish Report

Hey gang. We had a great group of anglers join us onboard today in search of some tog. We fished 6 drops in depths between 50/100' and just could not find any life except some shorts to get it going. There was a big heave Friday into Saturday with a little remnant left over which I'm sure had an impact on the fishing today. We are going to give it another day or so to lay down and will be back on the Prowl. Check us out on our Facebook page or website for upcoming special trips.

JAN. 15 - Special Blackfish Trip Monday, Jan. 18

Good news! Captain Jack's doing a special blacktrip trip on Monday, 7:30 - 3:30, fishing wrecks from 50 to 70'. The trip is limited to no more than 22 customers and the fare is $90 with a $10 pool for the biggest tog. You can call me or text me at 732 245 6514 if you want to get on this trip. Capt. Jack is looking forward to this trip. He said he has a lot of good spots that he hasn't had a chance to fish this season. The limit on blackfish is 4 fish so don't miss out. We also have heated handrails and heated cabin for you're comfort. Thanks,

JAN. 14 - Blackfish Report

Hey gang, we fished a little further South in 50' of water and had life on one of the wrecks. But anchor conditions were very hard. It was actually too nice of a day today with not much current and no wind at all. We had a high hook of 6 keeper blackfish with pretty decent short life, but like I said the conditions were tough today. The next 2 trips will be Monday and Tuesday. Call or text for reservations 732-245-6514.

JAN. 13 - Blackfish Report

Hey gang, a beautiful day out on the ocean fishing in 60' of water pretty good life with the togs, catching keepers and shorts today. Tomorrow, Thursday will be the next trip. Will have good conditions and it will be a nice day. Friday is no good with 20 east winds and Saturday they have rain in the forecast. So tomorrow will be the day to come down. Call for reservations or a text at 732 245 6514.

JAN. 8 - Blackfish Report

Hey gang. We fished 4 different locations. We landed 4 or 5 keeper blackfish with probably 30 short blackfish. Conditions should be better for the next trip which will be with Captain Jack on Sunday January 10th. Call or text me for reservations. Also, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday look good for fishing. Thanks.

JAN. 6 - Update and Blackfish Report

Hey gang. We were out yesterday with 13 people. Fishing was slow as we had a big roll on the ocean. We let everything settle down today. We have good conditions for Thursday and Friday, Jan. 7th and 8th. We have guys coming down both days. We are not sailing Sat. because it's going to be too windy.

JAN. 5 - Blackfish Report and Update

Hey gang. We are out today with a baker's dozen. Just a slow pick on the blackfish so far today. The next 2 days we will be fishing are Thursday and Friday January 7th and 8th. Saturday's a no go with 25 to 30 north winds. Not sure about Sunday yet.

DEC. 30 - Good Blackfishing Trip

Hey gang. We started out in-shore around the snake area in 50 feet of water. We had lousy conditions, didn't spend a lot of time there and then flew off-shore into the deep in 100 feet of water and had them biting pretty good all day. The Hitman, fishing the starboard stern has the biggest one of the year so far on our boat. 10.2. We have several guys on the boat with 2 and 3 keepers and we have pretty good short life with 14 inch fish. We're still fishing right now at 12:25. All in all a very nice day out on the water for this time of the year. Nice to see good bounceback with the blackfish after that storm last week. Our next trip will be Saturday, Jan. 2nd. Sunday isn't looking good with NE winds 25-30. We are definitely going to be fishing the whole month of January, weather permitting. We've been fishnig with green crabs and white leggers. Heated handrails have been working nicely this time of the year. We look forward to having you on the boat. You can text me for reservations or for condition information at 732-245-6514. Thank you.

DEC. 29 - Update

Hey gang. We will definitely be fishing tomorrow, Dec. 30th and then Sat. and Sun. Jan. 2nd and 3rd. We will be fishing until the end of January.

DEC. 27 - Blackfish Report

Hey gang. We sailed out into a beautiful ocean this morning after the big blow with low expectations. Made our first drop in about 65' and the life was pretty dull. Pulled the anchors and steamed out to some deeper water and found some life. It took a while to build it up but once we did short action was pretty good with some nice keepers in the mix. Definitely a tough day but the fares grinded away at the rail all day to put some fish in the boat. We are going to give it a couple more days to settle down. Our next trip will be on Wednesday.

DEC. 24 - Update

Hey gang. We haven't been sailing too much lately with the weather. Our next scheduled trip will be Sunday, Dec. 27th for blackfishing. Leaving 7:30 a.m. getting back in around 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. Not too many trips left so shoot me a text for updates and reservations 732-245-6514.

DEC. 12 - Blackfish Report

Hey gang. We were out with a light crowd of 8 customers. The blackfishing was ok today with keepers and shorts. Tomorrow, Sunday Captain Jack will be at the helm. It's going to be a beautiful day 10 to 15 out of the West and sunny, good conditions. White Leggerss worked very well today for bait.

DEC. 11 - Blackfish Report

Hey gang. We didn't have the great conditions like yesterday. We had to work real hard to put keepers in the boat. We even fished a different location today but we did manage to put a catch together at the end of the day. Stayed out a little later. Dave Brink was high hook with 4 keeper togs. Larry won the pool with a 5 pounder. Some had 2 keepers, some with 1 and some with just shorts. We ended the day with 22 keeper blackfish. Back at it tomorrow morning. See you at the dock.

DEC. 10 - GOOD Bite with the Togs Today

Hey gang. We sailed with a light crowd of people today. We had very good conditions and the fish were chewing. We had a few limits on the boat with steady action most of the day. Next 3 trips will be tomorrow (Friday), Saturday and Sunday.

DEC. 4 - GOOD DAY BLACKFISHING

Hey gang. We had to wait the fish out but when we got the other tide we got them to chew. Dave Brink and his son have 8 nice keepers in their coolers, others with 3, some with 2, some with 1. Pretty good fishing, raining pretty hard now and a little sloppy but definitely a fishable day. Had another light crowd of 10 customers, all regulars though. Good way to end the week. Next trip will probably be Tuesday or Wednesday. I'll keep you guys updated.

DEC. 3 - BLACKFISH REPORT

Hey gang. We were out today with a small crowd. We picked away at keepers and shorts. We will let the ocean settle down a little bit. We're gonna give it a break until next week. Will keep you updated.

NOV. 28 - BLACKFISH REPORT

Hey gang. We were picking away at keeper blackfish and shorts for a light crowd. It's going to be the last nice day tomorrow Sunday, then after that it's going to be windy the rest of the week. Tomorrow's the day to come down.

NOV. 25 - BLACKFISH REPORT

Hey gang. After having a very slow trip on Sat.with hard conditions and slow fishing, we had better conditions today with a light crowd of customers with decent togging with keepers and shorts on green crabs and white leggers. Our next trips will be Friday, Saturday and Sunday you can call to make reservations at 732-245-6514 or you can just show up at the boat in the morning! We would like to wish everyone a great Thanksgiving and be safe.

NOV. 20 - BLACKFISH REPORT

Hey gang. We were out again today with a small group of 11 anglers. It was blowing hard Southwest this morning, very sloppy ocean but the fish were biting again. High hook has 3 keeper blackfish and everyone has at least one keeper with some people with 2 keepers. It's turning out to be a very nice day. The seas are laying down nice. Fishing with green crabs and white leggers again and both are working to catch fish. I know we have a lot of Prowler regulars coming down tomorrow, Saturday. Captain Jack will be at the helm and is looking forward to seeing you guys at the dock in the morning. Then our next trip after that will probably be Tuesday or Wednesday. I will keep you guys updated.

NOV. 19 - BLACKFISH REPORT

Hey gang. It was a pretty decent day of togging. We didn't have any limits. We had guys with 3 and 4 keepers and others with 2 keepers. We fished with green crabs and white leggers which worked well also. The weather looks great for tomorrow, Friday and Saturday but Sunday and Monday not looking good right now. Call for reservations at 732-245-6514. See you in the morning.

NOV. 14 - FISHING REPORT

Hey gang, we were out fishing with a light crowd of ten customers today. Fishing was pretty good, but now there is some bad weather coming with gale force winds. Hopefully, Thursday we'll be back out sailing again.

NOV. 16 - OPENING DAY BLACKFISHING

Hey gang, blackfish finally opens this Monday and you are allowed to keep five keepers per customer. We will now be sailing every day, weather permitting, until the end of January. Sailing 7:30 a.m. returning 2:30 / 3:00 p.m. Green crabs are supplied and white leggers are available for a fee.

NOV. 6th - UPDATE

The weather look great. We'll be sailing Saturday and Sunday. Call or text for reservations 732-245-6514. Green crabs and clams supplied for bait, also you must have your mask on when boarding the boat and while in the cabin. Call or text for reservations 732-245-6514.

Oct. 23rd - UPDATE

Saturday and Sunday trips have been canceled. The next two schedule trips will be Saturday, October 31st and Sunday, November 1st.

Oct. 10th - SEA BASS AND BLACKFISH REPORT

We're out fishing in the deeper water today. Picking at some keeper sea bass and some keeper blackfish with short togs too. Some silver eels and a few winter flounder. It's certainly not good fishing. It's a little sloppy out here 25 SW, but not bad on the anchors. We have some more bad weather coming again, NE tomorrow 25 and then hard NE on Monday 35. So we'll let the ocean settle down and our next trip will be Thursday or Friday. We'll keep you updated.

Oct. 3rd - VERY GOOD FISHING, PORGIES REPORT

Very good fishing again. Lot of double headers plus some blackfish. Next trip is probably going to be October 10th, Saturday for seabass and blackfish plus porgies.

Sept. 26th - PORGIES REPORT

We were out today and it was a nice day on the water. We caught plenty of porgies, double headers. It was all porgies today. Unfortunately, we can't keep the seabass until Oct. 8th when it opens up again. That being said, our next trip for porgies will be next Sat., Oct. 3rd. Text or call me to make your reservations at 732-245-6514.

Sept. 17th - Last Fluke Trip of the Season

Well, we finally made it back out to the ocean after being off for a week. The ocean is very nice today. We are picking away at some nice keeper fluke, plenty of short fluke in the mix, catching chub mackerel and releasing sea bass and have some real big porgies. The weather is going to turn bad again. It's going to blow hard North East the next 3 or 4 days so I'm not sure when our next trips are going to be. My guess would be Thursday of next week, Sept. 24th, when we will start bottom fishing for big porgies, tog, ling and sea bass. Sailing 7:30am to 2:30pm every day, weather permitting. The fare is $85. Call for your reservations at 732 245 6514. Thank you.

Sept. 5th - Fluke Report

After a slow trip yesterday we had a pretty decent bounce back today with a light crowd for it being a holiday weekend. We had 3 or 4 limits and we had some nice big fish for a beautiful day on the ocean. It's a shame we had to release some big sea bass today with the season being closed for those fish. Captain Jack will be at the helm tomorrow Sunday and might be there Monday also. The 3 best days to fish are Monday, Tuesday and Wed. So call for your reservations. 732-245-6514. Thanks.

Aug. 31 - Our Biggest Fluke of the Season

Mike Massoyan of Bergenfield NJ caught and took today's pool. It was 29" long and weighed 11.8 oz. on the digital scale. We also had big Joe with his limit in the bow, Tom the hammer had his limit in the stern, plus alot of others had a couple nice keepers. We had plenty of action again all day. Water was very clean and good conditions today. Can't believe there's only 19 days left in the fluke season. Next day we are shaping up will be Thursday.

Aug. 28 - Good Day Fluking, Big Quality Fish

It was a good day fluking today with some big quality fish. Today was the day to be out. We had a great drift all day and had great fluke action all day with big fish. We had several limits on the boat with Rev. Dr. Robert Prescott-Ezickson from Long Branch winning today's pool with a big 8lb pound doormat. We had a great drift all day. Tomorrow, Saturday they have a 100% chance of rain and wind so we will not be shaping up. Captain Jack said maybe Sunday, he'll post tomorrow afternoon.

Aug. 17 - Fluke and Sea Bass Report

What a perfect day to be out on the ocean. Fishing was good, plenty of action with fluke and sea bass. We had some limits, several guys had 2 keeper fluke and good action all day. Plus nice big sea bass in the mix. The rest of the week looks great so call to make your reservations 732-245-6514 or you can just show up in the morning. One footnote, I'm sold out Monday August 24th.

Aug. 12 - Weekly Fluke and Sea Bass Report

We've had some really good trips with the big sea bass with some nice fluke in the mix. The highlight of the week was Karen of Hoboken landing a doormat fluke. Not sure when we're gonna be able to fish again with this upcoming weather some days rain some days east wind. Call for information 732-245-6514

Aug. 6 - Fishing Report

It was great to see the ocean flat calm after the storm on Tuesday and nice to see there were still fluke around. We caught some bluefish, sea bass plus chub mackerel today. Customers were happy. Our next trip will be Saturday August 8, 2020. See you at the dock, we leave at 7:30am.

Aug. 3 - Weeky Fluke and Sea Bass Report

We've been fishing three different locations out in the ocean. We've had a couple of good trips with big fluke, 3 to 4 limits and several limits on big sea bass. We've had 3 fair trips with 12 to 15 keeper fluke and around 30 keeper sea bass. We had one very slow trip, but we had all rental rods out that day and one trip, Friday, we didn't sail because of the forecast. The highlight of the week was Arthur Lemise with a nice doormat fluke. Here are some pics I took during the week. With this weather coming, our next trip will be Thurs. Aug. 6th and Fri. Aug. 7th. Call for reservations 732-245-6514 or just show up at the boat in the morning.

July 27th - Weeky Fluke and Sea Bass Report

We've had some really good trips and we had a few slow trips. It all depends on conditions. We've been fishing out in the ocean its a little cooler out on the water. Call for your reservations 732-245-6514 and/or you can also show up at the boat in the morning. Here's a few pictures from the past week. Our next trip will be Wednesday July 29th.

Thurs., July 16th - Fluke, Sea Bass Report

We had some great people on the boat today. Went off shore and found some nice big sea bass and some nice fluke. Arthur Lemise had his limit on fluke and so did Al Stevenson of Hillsborough. We had Keith Rascorl and Bennett Jackson Jr. of the New York Jets on the boat today. They caught some nice fluke and some nice sea bass. And speaking of sea bass, Tom the hammer caught one of the biggest sea bass I've ever seen on all our Prowler trips over the years. I didn't get the weight of it but it was big fish. We ended the day with over 20 keeper fluke and somewhere around 3 dozen keeper sea bass. We fished out in the ocean in the deep water all alone today. Next fluke trips will be Monday and Thursday's. Call me to make your reservations 732-245-6514. We also had a pretty decent day wreck fishing yesterday for ling, sea bass and flounder.

Mon., July 13th - Fluke and Sea Bass Report

It turned out to be a beautiful day on the ocean. We had Donnie Mac's annual fishing trip run by Arthur Lemise. The veterans group are great people. They boated some really nice big fluke and caught some really nice big sea bass. The kids did great. It was a pleasure having this group on the boat. Looking forward to having them out again next month. Shawn Bambrick of Cream Ridge N.J. won today's pool with a big nice big fluke. The new schedule is Fluke and Sea Bass every Monday and Thursday and then wreck fishing for ling,sea bass,flounders and cod the other 5 days of the week. This Thursday's fluke trip, July 16th is sold out already. Call for your reservations 732-245-6514.

Thurs., July 9th - Very Good Day for Big Sea Bass and Big Ling

Today was the day to be out on the ocean it was beautiful and we caught plenty of fish. Also released some nice blackfish. Calm before the storm though. Tomorrow the forecast is for 25 to 30 east wind so we won't be fishing on Friday or Saturday. Our next trip will be Sunday, July 12th. We are sold out for the Monday July 13th trip. On Thursday, July 16th we are doing a Special Fluke and Sea Bass trip for $80 leaving 7:30 a.m. returning 2:30 p.m. We are limiting this trip to 25 people. Call me for reservations 732-245-6514.

Tues., July 7th - Good Fishing Continues Today

Still good fishing continues today. Also Captain Jack had a great day with the ling and sea bass and got a couple flounders on yesterday’s trip. Today we caught some nice ling and sea bass. Tomorrow and Thursday are the 2 best days to come out and go fishing, so call me for your reservations 732-245-6514. P.S. sold out Monday July 13th.

Thurs., July 2nd - Very Good Fishing Continues

Plenty of fish for the taking. Buckets and coolers of fish. Don't miss out. We have spots left for tomorrow (Friday) and plenty of spots for Saturday and Sunday. Monday's trip July 6th as well as Monday, July 13th is sold out already. Call me for reservations at 732 245 6514.

Wed., July 1st - Sea Bass, Ling, Flounder Report

Caught some big sea bass and lots of ling again. Ocean was very nice and calm. Great people on the boat that had a blast. Still have good spots for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Although Monday's trip July 6th is sold out. So call me to make your reservations at 732-245-6514.

Sat., June 27 - Variety Day - Good Fishing

The bow was hot today. Dave Brink and Danny Benbrook of Middletown were banging away at nice ling all day. They had a nice catch of fish in their cooler. Doug, fishing the bow was hot catching all big ling, keeper codfish and released an 8 lb. blackfish. All in all a very good day again ling fishing. The ocean was nice again today. We did not get any of the thunderstorms people were worried about. I have some spots open for tomorrow, Sunday. I plan on staying bottom fishing for a while. So please don't ask me about fluke. Call me on 732-245-6514 for reservations.

Fri., June 26 - Great Fishing Continues

It was another fabulous day out on the ocean. We had Captain Glenn’s daughter, Grace, along with her mom and friends on board. Fun day with everyone on the boat. It's going to be a busy weekend, so call me to make reservations for your future trips at 732-245-6514. See you at the dock 7:30 am. Thanks

Thurs., June 25th - Another Great Day Fishing

What a gorgeous day out on the ocean today. The ocean was like glass, fished in the deep. Very good fishing again. Released some nice blackfish, plenty of ling, plus some nice big flounders. Had really nice family people on the boat today and everyone caught plenty of fish. Adam and Dennis hammered the fish in the port bow. I called those boys the ling slayers today. They filled the cooler. Have a few spots for the next few days. Have plenty of room on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday trips. So call me to make your reservations so I can get you on the trip you want at 732-245-6514.

Tues., June 23 - Great Day Fishing

Gorgeous day on the ocean with some great people on the boat today. Boated some big flounders, lots of big ling, released some really nice big blackfish. The regulars did very well today. Alex was high hook with 22 ling, big Joe, Wayne and Artie had cooler full of fish. Everyone did well today on the boat. We already canceled for tomorrow, Wednesday but Thursday looks perfect. So call me for reservations 732-245-6514.

Mon., June 22 - Ling, Sea Bass Report

It was another good trip for us again. Some really nice big sea bass this morning. Then went out in the deep and caught the ling. No flounder today but it sure was a beautiful day to be out on the ocean. I have good availability for Thursday so call me to make your reservations 732-245-6514.

Sat., June 20th - Sea Bass, Ling and Flounder Report

We weren't out yesterday (Friday), we had our annual Coast Guard inspection which we passed with zero deficiencies. As for today, what a gorgeous day out on the ocean. We worked hard again to put fish in the buckets and coolers. We did 7 or 8 drops today on the anchors from 100 to 120 ft. Pretty decent ling fishing again. Dave Brink of Middletown was high hook with 12 nice ling. Jose and Mildred had a nice cooler of ling, sea bass and flounder. We also had 8 flounders today with a lot of conger eels with some nice big sea bass. Although it's been 80% ling the last 10 or 11 trips. Chet of Elizabeth did it again. He took today's pool with a nice big ling. Capt. Jack will be going out tomorrow on the Father's Day fluke trip. 7:30 to 2:30. We still have plenty of good spots available, call for reservations 732-245-6514. Then back to bottom fishing full time.

Thurs., June 18 - Ling, Sea Bass, Flounder Report

We had dense fog all day, but we caught big ling and nice sea bass on all of our drops today. We’ve been boating a few flounder mixed in also and released some nice blackfish. Our guy Chet of Elizabeth, NJ won today’s pool with a nice big sea bass. It’s been blowing East all week but it wasn’t bad today out on the ocean. I still have some spots available Sunday trip and plenty of spots for Monday’s and Tuesday’s trips. So please call me at 732-245-6514 for the reservation you want.

Wed., June 17 - Wreck Fish Report

It was another OK day fishing. We worked hard again to put fish in the coolers and buckets. Caught some nice ling, nice big sea bass and some flounder. I do have some spots available for tomorrow 7 or 8. Friday is not looking good with the conditions. Saturday looks good.

Mon., June 15 - Wreck Report

Well we had a bit of a big roll from the East out on the ocean today. We fished some deep water wrecks and fished some shallow wrecks. We worked hard to put a catch together. Everyone went home with fish again today. Wayne took the pool with a big sea bass, plus we lost a giant ocean fluke today at the top of the water, fish broke the line. We also released some nice tog today. Always a great time when big Joe, Artie and Wayne come out on our boat we have so much fun with those guys. I have availability for Wednesday and Thursday's trips so call me for reservations at 732 245 6514. Looking forward to seeing you at the dock.

Sat., June 13 - Ling, Sea Bass, Flounder Report

An absolutely gorgeous day out today. We fished in the deep water and caught a lot of ling, some nice sea bass, even had some nice big flounders. Customers happy with their catch. Call to make your reservations 732-245-6514. Let’s go catch some fish!

Wed., June 10 - Great Day Fishing

Well today was the day to be out if you wanted to catch the big sea bass. We did very good today. Made 5 drops on the anchors and it was good fishing. Tomorrow's forecast, Thursday June 11th, is 30mh out of the south. The ocean is not going to be nice. I threw in the towel and pushed the people off until Friday's trip. Some really nice family people on the boat today. Everyone caught fish and did very well.

Tues., June 9 - Wreck Fishing Report

We had some good people on the boat today. Worked hard and caught a lot of big ling. Fished in the deep again, made 5 or 6 drops in 100 feet to 115 feet. A few nice flounder, some small cod some nice sea bass. Ling fishing was very good again. See you in the morning. Call me 732-245-6514 if you want to get on tomorrow's trip. Let's go fishing and catch more fish.

Mon., June 8 - Another beatdown.

It was another beatdown today. Outstanding wreck fishing again with plenty of fish. Beautiful day out on the ocean. Still have good availability for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday trips. Call to make your reservations 732-245-6514.

Sat., June 6 - Wreck Fishing: Sea Bass, Ling, Codfish

We started out with thick fog this morning but then the sun came out. It turned out to be another beautiful day. We fished at different areas and a lot of fish around. Everyone on the boat went home with fish. We're going to continue to stay with this fishing for a least another 3 weeks so come out and join us. I'm pretty much booked up for tomorrow's trip (Sunday) but I have lots of room for Wed. Thursday and Friday. So call or text me and make your reservations at 732-245-6514 and let's go out and enjoy some of this good fishing.

Great Day Fishing - Special Trip Sea Bass and Ling Trip

Well it was a beat down today. Outstanding day of fishing. We had dense fog all day but good conditions to keep our anchors tight with enough current to hold them tight. Many limits on big sea bass, plenty of nice ling and we released several blackfish. Even had a couple flounders on the boat and one stray fluke. We also released about 3 dozen silvery eels. Our best fishing was in 85' of water for the sea bass. Also we will stay bottom fishing for sea bass ling and codfish using fresh clams for bait so call me on my cell phone to make reservations at 732 245 6514 and let's get out there again and catch more fish! All the fish were caught on fresh clams for bait.

IT'S OFFICIAL

We are good to sail. All fares are $85.00, no junior or senior rates. Limited to 25 people for social distancing, we have yellow marking on the rails. We have hand sanitizer on the boat. The only thing we ask is that you bring your own mask and it must be on when you board. There is a big grey box in the back of the boat filled with ice and we can mark each fish as you catch them to make it easier for everyone. Only water and soda is available. We won't be cooking in the galley. If you want to, bring a small cooler with your lunch. Please no big coolers. Any extra rods have to be put in the rod holders on the sunroof. We look forward to seeing you. The sunroof is always open to come up top, but you cannot come into the pilot house.

UPDATE - DUE TO NJ STATE EXECUTIVE ORDER #107

Hey gang. The Governor of NJ has had us shut down the last two months and we are still shut down. I'm hoping they decide to open us up in the near future. But, who knows when they will decide to do that. Our main concern is the safety of our customers and we will not resume fishing until it is safe to do so. I'll keep you updated. Stay safe everyone.

Sun., Dec. 29th - Blackfish Report

Hey gang, we had blackfish biting all day we had good conditions for anchoring we made 3 drops and found some keepers. Chris had 4 nice ones and Mike had 3 and won the pool. Several others with 2 and 3 keepers and plenty of shorts in the mix. Anyway we will not be fishing tomorrow Monday and I will keep you guys updated for the rest of the week. Thanks. P.S. next trip New Year's Day Wed.

Fri., Dec. 27th - Blackfish Report

Hey gang, we had some good guys on the boat and I really wanted to catch the fish today. Unfortunately, we had a heave on the ocean from a southerly blow from the night before that affected the fishing. We had fish coming first thing in the morning but after about an hour of fishing we kept getting pushed up on both our anchors. We had to leave the deep and move in the 70' feet area and started picking fish. Plenty of 13 inch and 14 inch blackfish with some keepers. But conditions were not good there either. All and all a very tough day fishing. We had 16 keeper blackfish on the boat today with short action and some ling but Jimmy Lewicki, one of Capt George's guys, caught a nice 10lber, our biggest of the season so far and won today's pool. Captain Jack will have better conditions for tomorrow's trip. Thanks.

Thurs., Dec. 26th - Blackfish Report

Hey gang we were out today with some good guys on the boat we made 4 drops from 65 to 90' feet saw blackfish on all 4 drops. We picked away today at keepers and shorts blackfish and boated another codfish. Have been seeing a few more of them the last week. We stayed out a little late as we got into a decent afternoon bite today and docked at 330pm. Anyway Captain George from the Angler will be on board tomorrow Friday and Captain Jack will be at the helm Saturday. I will be back on the boat for Sunday's trip. We plan to fish the entire month of January, the limit on the blackfish is basically the same 4 per customer plus like I said there's some codfish showing up and it's been a very mild Winter so far. I'll see you guys in the morning. Thanks.

Wed., Dec. 25th - Blackfish Report

MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL MY CUSTOMERS! We did not have a great fishing day like we had yesterday. We made 2 drops and it was a slow pick on keeper blackfish with 19 and we had one nice keeper codfish caught by Sarah winning the pool. Maybe because it was just too nice of a day out no wind and not much current. Anyway conditions look better for tomorrow. Remember we have heated hand rails and cabin for your comfort. So see you in the morning 7:30am to 2:30pm. Thanks

Tues., Dec. 24th - Very Good Day - Bigger Blackfish and Limits Again

Hey gang, not many boats out today. We took a ride out to the deeper water again and had very good fishing. Kenny, the assassin, was catching them all day in the starboard bow and got his limit fast today. Jose nailed 4 nice tog and we had several other limits. It was a really nice day on the ocean again. See you guys in the morning. Sailing Christmas 7:30am to 1:30 p.m. We have guys coming down, so we will be sailing for sure. Heated hand rails and cabin for your comfort. See you at the dock.

Mon., Dec. 23rd - Bigger Blackfish

Hey gang, we fished in a little deeper water today on one of ours and Captain George's favorite drops. It started out slow but then we started to get them going with some bigger togs coming over the rail. The bow was the place to fish today. Couple guys had their limits up there and Big Al fishing the starboard bow had his limit and won today's pool with a nice big tog. Always a pleasure to have Captain George and his guys aboard. We docked around 3 o'clock today. It was a fine day on the ocean again. Looking forward to getting back out there tomorrow. And, we will be fishing Christmas Day 7:30am to 1:30pm and it looks good for the rest of the week. So we hope to see you at the dock. Fishing with white leggers and green crabs for bait, heated hand rails heated, cabin for your comfort. Thanks.

Sun., Dec. 22nd - Blackfish Report

Hey gang, we had a pretty decent bite all day, we had a few limits, guys with 3 and some with 2 keepers, plus it was a very nice ocean today. Anyway Capt. George of the Angler is coming out tomorrow Monday and bringing along 3 or 4 of his people so we will definitely be sailing. See you in the morning. PS, We are fishing Christmas Day 7:30am to 1:30pm.

Fri., Dec. 20th - Pretty Good Bite on a Cold Wind Day - Blackfish Report

Hey gang, we had several guys with 3 and 4 keeper blackfish, some with just 1 and 2 keepers but pretty good action and a good bite. The weather looks good for the next 3 days so come on down! Let’s go fishing! Also fishing Christmas Day 730AM-130PM.

Mon., Dec. 16th - Blackfish Report

Hey gang. Not a lot of people down the Harbor, we sailed with 10 customers today and the ocean was nice with no wind. We picked away at keepers and shorts most of the morning. Went offshore in a little deeper water where we caught some bigger blackfish. With the bad whether the next 3 days our next trip will not be until December 20th Friday. Thanks

Sun., Dec. 8th - Blackfish Report

Hey gang, we're out on the grounds today with a pretty decent crowd. Just a slow pick so far on keepers. We have wind against tide today and not good anchoring conditions. With the upcoming weather, out next trip will probably be Thursday. I will keep you updated. Thanks.

Sat., Dec. 7th - Report - Good Blackfishing

Hey gang. We are out today with a light crow on a beautiful Saturday. A litte cold and windy but very nice out on the ocean. Prowler regular, Joe Simoes has his limit today and is winning the pool so far. Weather looks great for tomorrow, Sunday. Then after that it's going to turn bad with rain and wind for the start of the week. Our next trip will probably be Thursday. I'll keep you posted. Fishing every day, weather permitting.

Fri., Dec. 6th - OK Blackfishing Report

Hey gang. We sailed with a light crowd. Togs were bitting today. High hook was 4 keepers. Most guys had 2 and 3 keepers some with 1. Fishing tomorrow, so I will see you in the morning. Reminder, we’re fishing with white leggers and green crabs for bait, plus heated handrails and heated cabin for your comfort. Sailing 7:30am to 2:30pm.

Wed., Dec. 4th - Blackfish Report

Hey gang. It was a cold day out on the water but the ocean was nice and the blackfish were chewing again. Not a lot of people down the Harbor. We had 9 customers. The hit man had his limit and won today's pool with a nice big tog. Others had 2 and 3 keepers, some just 1 and many 14" fish caught and released. Not sailing tomorrow, Thursday, they have North West 30mph wind. Will see you on Friday. Thanks.

Sat., Nov. 30th - Good Blackfishing -Report

Hey gang, the blackfish were chewing before the big storm coming. Had some good regular Prowler guys on the boat today. As I posted in yesterday's report, the weather is going to be bad the next three days, so our next trip will be Wed., Dec. 4th. We've been fishing with green crabs and white leggers, catching them on both. See you Wed. morning. Thanks.

Fri., Nov. 29th - Blackfish Report

Hey gang, we're out on a very cold, windy day and we are picking away at some nice blackfish. We have a fair about of people today. Days like today are where the heated handrails and heated cabin pay dividends. Tomorrow, Sat. will be the best day to go fishing over the next few days. Sun., Mon. and Tues. the weather is going to be wicked with rough seas and cold. So after tomorrow's trip, Wed., Dec. 4th will be out next trip. Thanks, I'll see you in the morning.

Tues., Nov. 26th - Special Trip Fishing Report

Hey gang. We were greeted with a beautiful flat calm ocean this morning and it definitely paid off to get out to the grounds early. There were plenty of skillful anglers onboard and they went to work right away landing some nice rosters along with an abundance of shorts. The action was steady until the southerly wind picked up and then we had to bounce around but still managed to pick away at some nice fish. The pool fish was landed by Prowler regular Joe which was about 8lbs. It was a fun day with a great group of anglers. Stay tuned we will be posting a few more special trips to the calendar!

Mon., Nov. 25th - Update Blackfish Report

Hey gang. It was an OK day blackfishing today. Not a lot of people down the Harbor. We ended up with 13 people and picked away at the blackfish all day. High hook had 4, some with 3 and some with 2. Nice on the ocean with great weather. Anyway we will not be sailing Wednesday with the strong south winds. Will update. Thanks.

Sat., Nov. 23rd - Update Blackfish Report

Hey gang, we are out today, Saturday, with a big crowd. Picking away at some big blackfish again on another beautiful day. Unfortunately, we will not be sailing tomorrow, Sunday, with the strong wind and rain forecasted. Monday looks good and the weather looks great for the special marathon blackfish trip with Capt. Jack which is sailing 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 26th. This trip is limited to 25 people. If you want to go call 732-856-0906. Unfortunately, the weather is looking terrible for Wed. as well as Thanksgiving day but, weather looks great for black Friday. Thank you.

Thurs., Nov. 21st - Great Day Blackfishing

Hey gang, we had some good guys on the boat today and with great conditions we did well with the blackfish they were chewing, some limits and everyone caught fish today. It's gonna be a little windy tomorrow with 30mph and rain in the forecasts so we're not shaping up tomorrow but will be back at it Saturday, and Monday. Captain Jack is doing a special marathon blackfish trip Tuesday, November 26th limited to 25 people leaving 7:00am a.m. returning 4:00 p.m. if you want to get on this trip call 732 856 0906 and our crew will take care of you. Thank you.

Tues., Nov. 19th - First Blackfishing Trip of the Season

Hey gang, no one was out the last 3 days with the strong winds for opening day, but today was a nice day to be out. There was no life on the 1st area we fished but we found good life on the 2nd area where the blackfish were chewing good. Was not a lot of people down the harbor few boats didn't even make it out. Anyway Captain George of the Angler will be coming out tomorrow Wednesday with some of his customers. Fishing everyday now 730am to 230pm. We have heated handrails and cabin, green crabs for bait, white leggers available for a fee. See you in the morning. Thanks.

Sat., Nov. 16th, Blackfish Update

Hey gang, blackfish starts officially Nov. 16th but with the strong 35 to 40 mph NE winds we won't be able to fish until probably Tues., Nov. 19th. We'll be sailing every day weather permitting, 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Green crabs supplied and we have white leggers available for a fee on the boat. Thanks, Capt. Scott

Sat., Nov. 2nd, Good Blackfish and Sea Bass Report

Hey guys. We had a beautiful day out on the water and picked away at nice sea bass and some nice blackfish with plenty of shorts in the mix. Great conditions today for fishing and it will be the same conditions tomorrow, Sunday. So see you in the morning. 7:30am to 2:30pm.

Mon., Oct. 28th, Blackfish, Sea Bass Report

Hey guys. Not a lot of people down today had a slow pick on the fish and a little bit of a roll from yesterday's wind/weather. Does not look good the next 3 or 4 days our next trip will be Saturday November 2, 2019. Thanks.

Sun., Oct. 27th, Blackfish, Sea Bass - last three trips Report

Hey guys, we had some very good and also slow trips because of weather conditions. Our next trip is going to be Monday Oct. 28th, I will keep you updated. Thanks.

Sat., Oct. 19th, Bottom Report

Hey guys. We had a good day bottom fishing today. Beautiful day out on th ocean. We caught plenty of big porgies and caught some really nice big blackfish with plenty of shorts in the mix. We also had some nice trigger fish and landed some nice sea bass. Realistically, the next trip looks like it may be Tuesday, the 22nd because there is rain in the forecast for tomorrowl and bad winds for Monday, 25N. P.S. We were in the shipyard for quite a while, sanding and painting. She's looking good again.

Tues., Oct. 15th, Report

Hey guys. Another nice day out on the ocean today. Amanda caught a nice big black fish and is winning the pool so far. Picking away at nice sea bass and big porgies. Weather looks bad for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday with heavy rain for tomorrow and strong winds on Thursday into Friday. The weekend looks perfect to fish again on both Saturday and Sunday. See you then.

Mon., Oct. 14th, Bottom Report

Hey gang. It was a very nice day to be out on the ocean. It was a beautiful day, a lot of big sea bass with double headers. Even saw some blackfish. Tomorrow looks like another nice day. We will be flying out to the grounds. We use the speed of our boat now that that we are bottom fishing. See you tomorrow, Tuesday, in the morning.

UPDATE

Hey gang. We are out of the shipyard, but the weather isn't looking too great. Our next trip will be Sat. Oct. 12th.

Fri., Sept. 20th, Fluke Report

Hey gang. A beautiful day out today. Jeff of Parsippany New Jersey was our pool winner today with a nice 5.8 fluke. Tomorrow Saturday 9/21/19 will be the last fluke trip of the season. Captain Jack will be at the helm, fishing for the big porgies on Sunday. We will be going to the shipyard on Monday for 4 days for annual inspection. Will give update on future trips. Thanks.

Mon., Sept. 16th, Fluke Report

Hey gang. We went off shore again. The ocean was very nice today. We picked away at some nice keeper fluke with plenty of shorts in the mix again. We had to release a lot of big sea bass. What a shame. Anyway, we'll see what tomorrow brings. See you in the morning 730 to 230pm.

Sat., Sept. 14th, Fluke Report

Hey gang. We had a decent crowd of customers. We did not see any big fluke like our last trip. Knew it was going to be a slow day with the 30mph east wind yesterday. The ocean was little nasty but we did release about 30 fluke some real close to 17 and half inches. Had to release some real big Sea Bass which really hurt as we could have used them today. We had to leave the grounds around 12:00 noon with the sea starting to get rough and retreated back to the bay which had no life at all. Was good to see that the fluke was not knocked out by yesterday’s East wind so it should be alright for tomorrow and Monday. Only seven more fluke trips to go before the season ends. Capt Jack will see you in the morning 7:30am to 2:30pm. Thanks.

Wed., Sept. 11th, Jumbo Fluke Report

Hey gang. We got into some big fluke today in the deep water. Our best drift was the 1st one of the day with 6 nice keepers along with plenty of shorts in the mix. Big Joe, Wayne and Artie had 3 big ones in their cooler fishing the bow today. Captain George of the Angler caught two big fluke and Prowler 5 regular Kurt had his limit with 3 keepers. We got into double digits on keepers for the day. It kind of died off a little in the afternoon but all in all not a bad fluke day. We fished in 80' feet of water. We will see what tomorrow brings, Thursday is 5 to 10 northeast with showers in the forecast so we will be sailing. Friday's a no go with the 30 East winds, but Saturday and Sunday look okay for fishing.

Sun., Sept. 8th, Fishing Report

Hey gang. We were not sure what to expect today due to the swell and strong winds left over from Dorian. It was a nice surprise when we rounded the hook and were greeted with a nice calm ocean. We started off fishing down the beach but the action was pretty much non-existent so we took a ride offshore to find some fish. Our first drift Prowler regular Gary Mann from Clifton N.J. landed a beautiful 8.9 lb flattie which took the pool. There was a fair amount of short action throughout the day and some quality keepers too. It should pick back up after a few more changes.

Tues., Sept. 3rd, Offshore Fluke Report

Hey gang, we had 17 customers and fished the port side so we had less tangles. Fished in the deep today. Lots of fluke, just hard to get the keepers. Over 100 fish went back with some beautiful sea bass that had a go back also. It was a beautiful day out on the ocean today, nice and calm. We will be fishing tomorrow, Wednesday. After that it looks like we might have a couple days off. See you in the morning 730am. Thanks.

Sat., August 31, 2019, Fluke Report

Hey gang, well it was another beautiful day out on the ocean again. We didn't have the great fishing that we had on Friday's trip with the big fish. We had to release at least over 200 fluke that were 16 to 17" we did manage to land some nice big sea bass with multiple limits plus we picked away at keeper fluke. We didn't see any of the big fish like we caught on Friday's trip. With that being said.... they say you should have been here yesterday... that was the case if you wanted to catch big fluke. Anyway, Jack has the boat out today, Sunday. I'm sure he'll give a report later. Weather looks great for Monday Tuesday and Wednesday. We will see you at the dock so come on down. There's not too many fluke days left. Remember we always have a place to fish in calm sheltered waters for fluking.

Fri., August 30, 2019, Big Fluke

Hey gang, it was a beautiful day to be out on the water. I knew it was going to be a good day when we had 16 keepers fluke on our 1st drift. Was a nice way to start. Doug Meeks of Old Tappan, New Jersey had the biggest one on our boat at 10 pounds 3 oz and big Joe landed a big fluke also fishing the port bow. Tom known as the hammer also his limit. Ralph had his limit and a few others had limits also. Trisha and Pete had four nice fluke in the cooler and had their limits on sea bass. We had a lot of nice keeper sea bass today but that's over after Saturday's trip. The bow of the boat was the spot to be today, plus that's were the big fish were caught. Great bunch of people today and all in all a fun day. The weather looks great for the next 3 day so dont miss out. See you at the dock 7:30am.

Thurs., August 23, 2019, Fluke Report

Hey gang. We had a nice crowd of customers today for a rainy cloudy day. The fluke were biting again. Couple limits on the boat, Pete from Middletown, New York, our regular, had his limit and released a ton of other fluke. Joe and Wayne had 4 in their cooler, several other guys had 2 keepers, some with just 1 and some with just short action. All and all not a bad fluke day. Capt George of the Angler came out to do a little fishing and even made a couple drifts. He said he's going to set up one of his fluke trips either Thursday or Friday on the Prowler5. Will keep you updated on that.

Tues., August 20, 2019, Lots of Fluke Action Again Today

Hey gang. Good day to be out in the ocean with the heat on land. We were able to enjoy the nice cool conditions where we have been fishing the last few days. Great drift again today and once again lots of Fluke with nice keepers in the mix. Had a great set of people aboard today. We’ll be back at it again tomorrow. See you in the morning. Sailing every day 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Thanks.

Mon., August 19, 2019, Good Day Fluking

Hey gang. Real nice cool breeze out on the water on this hot humid day. Had nice keepers on the boat today. Big Joe and Wayne fishing the bow today had 4 nice keepers in their cooler and Tom the ‘Hammer’ had his limit on keepers. We also released lots of 17" fish again. All in all great day to be out on the water with some great customers. See you in the morning. Sailing 730am to 230pm everyday. Thanks.

Sat., August 17, 2019, Fluke Report

Hey gang. It was a strange kind of day. We had dense fog on the way out and we had dense fog on our way in. We boated over 100 fluke and we had to work hard to get our 11 keepers today with several 17 and a half inch fish that went back. Had some nice quality fish though. Doctor Ford was high hook with 2 keepers from the Red Bank Veterinary Hospital. All in all another nice day to be on the water with some great people on the boat today. Captain Jack will be at the helm tomorrow and he will bring his A game like last Sunday. Thanks.

Fri., August 16, 2019, Pretty Good Day, Fluke Report

Hey gang, we boated well over 200 fluke today a lot of them went back so many 16” to 17” and 3/4. It really hurts to see the gut hook fish go back, what a shame. Anyway, we got into double digits on keepers today with four guys with two nice keepers. Jimmy Custer also had two. Keith from NY lead the pool with a nice 5 pounder. We’re still fishing, so we will see you in the morning. Thanks P.S. Carlos Vigario of the Fishermen from Hillside N.J. won the pool with 5.8lb fishing the port bow today.

Mon., August 12, 2019, Fluke and Sea Bass Report

Hey gang, we didn't have the great fishing like we had yesterday but it was still a beautiful day on the water a with some great people aboard. We picked away at keeper fluke and plenty of shorts in the mix and we also had multiple limits on some really big sea bass we can keep them until the end of the month. Anyway our next trip will be Wednesday August 14th at 730 to 230 going offshore. Thanks.

Sun., August 11, 2019, Best Fluking so Far

Hey Gang, as Captain George would say "it was a great day to be a party boat fluke captain"! Overall it was an excellent day on the fishing grounds. The weather and drift conditions were perfect and the fluke were hungry. We were the first boat on the offshore grounds and landed a dozen nice keepers on the first drift before the rest of the fleet dialed in on us. The fares onboard worked hard all day and were rewarded with landing quality fluke throughout the day. There were a bunch of limits onboard with Prowler regular Dwayne being the first to limit out. There were also a lot of nice big sea bass added to the catch. Ed Cassar from south Jersey lands the pool with a nice 6.5lb flattie. It was the best day of the season so far with over 40 jumbo fluke landed. Also we're out today picking away. Monday beautiful day but we will not be sailing tomorrow Tuesday with rain wind and lightning our next trip will be Wednesday the 14th

Sat., August 10, 2019, Fluke and Sea Bass Report

Hey gang, good day fishing and a beautiful day out on the ocean again. Had some nice keeper fluke today with some really big sea bass. Captain Jack will be at the helm tomorrow. Don't miss out seabass season ends August 31st. Sailing everyday 730am to 230pm. Thanks.

Fri., August 9, 2019, Fluke and Sea Bass Report

Hey gang, a beautiful day to go offshore in the ocean today. We landed some nice keeper fluke with some nice big sea bass in the mix had to release several 17 inch fish It was OK until we lost the drift at 12:30pm. See you in the morning. Sailing 730am. We will be going off shore again tomorrow.

Wed., August 7, 2019, Fluke Report

Hey gang, had a light crowd today we had strong southerly winds 20 to 25mph. Slow day fishing. Caught and released short fluke with some small blues and a few keeper sea bass. Anyway weather looks good for the rest if the week. See you tomorrow.

Tues., August 6, 2019, Fluke Report

Hey gang. We had a nice crowd of family people today. Anyway, we released hundreds of 16inch to 17inch fish again just hard to get the 18" fish but a nice day out on the water we even got to see a giant humpback whale next to the boat today. They’re calling for showers tomorrow but we are sailing so if you want a light crowd come on down. Will see you in the morning.

Mon., August 5, 2019, Fluke Report

Hey gang, hundreds of fluke today but just hard to get keepers. If we did not have to follow the 18" fluke guidelines everyone would have had keepers on the boat today. Back at it in the morning. See you then.

Sun., August 4, 2019, Fluke Report

Hey gang, Robert Leroux of Hazlet New Jersey got a beautiful 7 LB fluke today..shorts and keepers in the mix again. See u Monday 730am to 230pm sailing everyday.

Sat., August 3, 2019, Fluke Report

Hey gang, what a beautiful day out on the water we had some great family people on the boat including Captain Glenn Hilliard's daughter Grace and members of the Redbank Animal Hospital lots of short fluke with the some keepers mixed in great people, fun day on the water. Back at it tomorrow. See you guys in the morning 730am to 230pm.

Fri ., August 2, 2019, Fluke Report

Hey gang. Hundreds of fluke but not a lot of keepers today. We had no big fish today, had the biggest one of the week on Tuesday at 6 pounds. Anyway we've been fishing the navy Pier and other areas close to that and plan on fishing there for the weekend. We look forward to having you on the boat. Thanks.

Thurs ., August 1, 2019, Fluke Report

Hey gang. Wow can't believe that the summer is flying by. Anyway, what a beautiful day out on the water the 1st customer asked me if we were going fishing today I told him I would take him alone I wouldn't put any stock with the weathermen has to say about thunderstorms. We are sailing every day fluke fishing the only way we don't sail if its going to blow gale force winds. Anyway Jay from Staten Island nailed a beautiful 6 pound fish on the 1st drift this morning picked away at shorts and some keepers. See you all in the morning.

Wed ., July 31, 2019, Fluke Report

Hey gang, a lot of short fish today though slow on the keepers. Was a light crowd again today. The weather was good and should be great tomorrow. See you again in the morning 7:30am.

Tues ., July 30, 2019, Fluke Report

Hey gang we landed a nice big 6 lbs fluke early this morning. Just a pick on keepers and shorts today with a light crowd. Going home with fluke dinner. So come out to get yours. Sailing tomorrow Wednesday. See you in the morning!

Mon ., July 29, 2019, Fluke Report

Hey gang, we got in to double digits on keeper fluke today with alot of 16 inch to 17inch in the mix. Also caught and released a large smooth back puffer fish that came up from the Gulf Coast. Had some regulars and a nice group of school kids with their Coach and chaperones on board today. Sailing 730am to 230pm everyday. See you all tomorrow.

Fri ., July 26, 2019, Fluke and Sea Bass Report

Hey gang. We had a charter on another great day on the ocean. Capt George covered a lot of spots today and landed some nice keeper fluke and big sea bass. We sail tomorrow open boat at 7:30 am to 2:30pm. See you then.

Thurs., July 25, 2019, Fluke and Sea Bass Report

Hey gang. We fished offshore and landed a lot of nice keeper seabass but not a lot of keeper fluke short action on fluke was not productive close to the beach today.See you guys on Saturday and Captain Jack will be at the helm Sunday. Thanks

Wed., July 24, 2019, Fluke

Hey gang, we started to go off shore where we have been fishing but there was a bit of a roll on the ocean from yesterday’s weather so I changed our course and we fished the Coney Island flats all day with plenty of good fluke action the only problem is not a lot of keepers. It’s hard throwing back 17" fish.. if they could make some changes and allow us to start keeping them it would be great for everyone. Anyway we will see you guys in the morning and will be heading offshore.

Mon., July 22, 2019, Fluke and Sea Bass Report

Hey gang,we were out with a light crowd of 11 anglers. Lou and Maria of the voyager came out to do some fishing along with the Montana family. We had some great customers and was a fun day. Caught some really big sea bass with limits and landed some really nice keeper fluke. Doug took the pool with a nice big fluke. Anyway 100% chance of rain for tomorrow Tuesday, so that being said our next trip will be Wednesday July 24th. Thanks,

Sat., July 20, 2019, Fluke and Sea Bass Report

Hey gang, we started out off shore where we have been fishing and landed some nice sea bass and some keeper fluke but then we lost the conditions. Nice cool breeze around the water though we run back in shore where we did get a drift but the fish work didn't cooperate today hopefully we have better conditions for tomorrow. Thanks,

Wed., July 17, 2019, Fluke and Sea Bass Report

Hey gang, we had a nice group of prowler5 people on the boat today and took a ride off shore for the big fluke and keeper sea bass. Really nice breeze out on the ocean where we fish today and it was fun. Big Joe of Washington Township fishing the bow landed another beauty 8.3, that's 2 days in a row, lucky with the big fish. Anyway, we will be shaping up in the morning see you then. We even seen a giant whale jumping out of the water pretty cool I posted it on my Facebook page Thanks.

Tues., July 16, 2019, Fluke Report

Hey gang, our regular Ron from Springfield New Jersey that's fishes the starboard stern took today's pool with a big fluke weighing 7.6 pounds we had a great drift all day and had keepers and shorts in the mix sailing everyday this week see you guys in the morning.

Mon., July 15, 2019, Fluke and Sea Bass Report

Hey gang, we went off shore and did good with the big sea bass and some nice fluke in the mix several limits on big sea bass. Was another beautiful day out on the ocean again today. I will see you all in the morning. Sailing 7:30am to 2:30 pm. Thanks.

Sun., July 14, 2019, Fluke Report

Hey gang. We sailed with a pretty good size crowd onboard today and picked away at a few big fluke too! There were plenty of keeper sea bass in the mix as well. Joesph Juliano from Totowa took the pool with a nice 6.2lb fattie and Joe Cerhiglia from Reading PA was runner up with a 5.1lb fish. See you tomorrow.,

Sat., July 13, 2019, Sea Bass Report

Hey gang, Another beautiful day out on the ocean today . We fished off shore and had pretty good action on sea bass with keepers and shorts also landed some big fluke. Captain Jack will be at the helm tomorrow and it’s going to be a gorgeous Sunday so come out. We fish everyday 730am 230pm. Thanks.

Thurs., July 11, 2019, Fluke Report

Hey gang, we fish the ocean today had a nice drift all day with hundreds and hundreds of shorts we didn't do well on the keepers we had some small blues and some sea bass anyway great people on the boat today. They have some rain in the forecast for tomorrow Friday that being said we're going to sleep in and we'll see you guys Saturday the 13th. Thanks

Wed., July 10, 2019, Fluke Report

Hey gang, another great day out on the water today with Captain George of the Angler. Lots of great guys that fished hard came down to fish with him today. We landed some nice fluke with some sea bass and ling in the mix. I helped out on deck and took some pictures and thought he did a fine job today..Look . See you tomorrow at the dock. Thanks.

Tues., July 9, 2019, Fluke Report

Hey gang, we tried fishing in some new areas today over in New York. Plenty of action on shot fluke but it's tough there to get 19” keepers. We did land a couple big jumbo sea bass. Anyway it should be a fun day tomorrow with Captain George of the Angler at the helm, hopefully he can put our boat on the meat as its going to be another gorgeous day for ocean fishing. We will see you in the morning. Thanks. also Jessica came out today with her dad Joe and won the pool at the end of the day with a nice Fluke.

Mon., July 8, 2019, Fluke Report

Hey gang, we had pretty decent drift all day today and picked away at short fluke and some keepers in the mix. Tomorrow looks like a beautiful weather Day, and for you Angler customers, Captain George will be on the boat this Wednesday July 10th. I'm just going to take pictures and help out on deck that day so if you want to fish with him that's the day to come down. Thanks.

Sun., July 7, 2019, Fluke Report

Hey gang, well the weather man really blew the forecast today calling for NE winds 15-20. The ocean was flat calm with very little breeze all day. We started out fishing to the south and picked away at some shorts but the keeper ratio was not favorable. Bounced around the rest of the day looking for some keepers and finally found some decent life in a new area. Pool fish was nothing big maybe 4lbs the fares also landed a bunch of sea bass and ling. See you at the dock tomorrow 7:30am - 2:30pm

Sat., July 6, 2019, Fluke Report

Hey gang, what a beautiful day out on the ocean and it's a darn shame those weathermen ruin the day for people. We were fortunate to end up with a decent crowd as we got a couple group of family. We fished South and caught loads of fluke and had to release some but there were keepers in the mix. Captain Jack will be at the helm tomorrow Sunday. We look forward to seeing you at the dock. Thanks.

Wed., July 3, 2019, Fluke Report

Hey gang, we fished to the South again today and had to released so many flukes ‘well over 300’ there were so many 17" fish! It’s such a shame that we have to throw them back when they're legal to keep in other States. However, we did get some really nice keepers in the mix. Tomorrow is 4th of July and it's going to be another beautiful day out on the ocean, so bring your family out. We will see you in the morning. Thanks.

Tues., July 2, 2019, Fluke and Sea Bass Report

Hey gang, we took a longer ride South today and caught over 250 fluke again and about a hand full of keepers. Roger of the Sea Tiger had 2 nice keeper fluke. We also had some small blues in the mix on another beautiful day on the ocean. Back at it again tomorrow. So come and make your catch!

Mon., July 1, 2019, Fluke and Sea Bass Report

Hey gang what a beautiful day out on the ocean we must have caught 200 fluke today the only problem is 95% of them went back. We did had several limits on sea bass today but it was good to be able to keep them again. Butch from Eastern Pennsylvania had his limit on fluke and sea bass. Looks like another beautiful day tomorrow so we will see you at the dock. Thanks.

Sun., June 30, 2019, Fluke Report

Hey gang. All in it was a beautiful day out on the ocean and the fluke were hungry. The bad part is so many of the fish landed were short and had to go back. The pool fish was in the 4lb range. We will continue fishing for fluke and on the plus side the sea bass fishery opens back up tomorrow. So let’s go fishing. See you at the dock in the morning. Thanks.

Sat., June 29, 2019, Fluke Report

Hey gang. We had a fairly decent crowd today on another beautiful day out on the ocean. We fished a different location today 80 to 90 feet, We only landed like 3 or 4 keeper fluke today with about 20 to 25 ling. Had to release some big seabass which really hurts to be throwing back such nice fish. We eventually left that location and ended up at Sandy Hook bay. Not a lot of short action today. Archie Stuart of Nutley, NJ took the pool with a beautiful fluke. As of July 1st we will be able to keep seabass again. Capt Jack will be at the helm tomorrow and should have a good drift with the North West wind. Now that we are fluking we will be fishing everyday So come on down.

Fri., June 28, 2019, Fluke Report

Hey gang, we had Langan Company on board on this beautiful day on the ocean. Flat sea again although we didn't get much of a draft all day, we pick away at shorts and had a big pool winner. We will be sailing tomorrow Saturday 730am to 230pm. See you in the morning. Thanks.

Thurs., June 27, 2019, Fluke Report

Hey gang, the fluking was similar to yesterday's report. Beautiful day out on the ocean again.

Wed., June 26, 2019, Fluke Report

Hey gang, a beautiful day out on the ocean today with enormous amount of 16” to 17” fluke being released. However we caught some nice keepers in the mix. It’s going to be another beautiful day tomorrow so come on down. Fishing everyday now 730am to 230pm, so I’ll see you guys in the morning.

Sat., June 22, 2019 Great Day Fishing

Hey gang. We had a good crowd today. The ocean was calm and flat and we took a ride further out in the ocean and caught some winter flounder plenty of ling, nice sea bass and a 5lb fluke that went to the pool winner Everybody went home with mix bag of fish again. We will be back at it tomorrow Sunday at 7:30 to 2:30. The weather will be great so come on down.

Sun., June 16, 2019 Good Day Fishing

Hey gang. It was a nice sunny morning today. The southerly wind greeted us as we rounded the hook into the ocean. We started off on the drift and landed some nice sea bass and ling. Eventually the drift was too fast and we had to put the two anchors out. We picked away all day and all of the fares went home with some nice fish. Happy Fathers Day to the many dads that come out on the Prowler 5.

Sat., June 15, 2019 Another Great Fishing Trip

Hey gang, we had a big crowd today. Usually its hard to please a big crowd but we worked hard and we caught plenty of big sea bass, over a dozen winter flounders and plenty of big ling in the mix. Everyone went home with dinner! Its really good to go out and catch fish consistently and make the customers happy. Capt Jack will be at the helm tomorrow Sunday Father's Day. Our next trip after Sunday will be Wednesday June 19th 2019.

Wed., June 12, 2019 Banner Day Fishing

Hey gang, it was a great great fishing day for keeper sea bass and big flounders like a dozens of them today. There was limits on sea bass and lots of ling in the mix again. Sea bass close June 22, so dont miss out. It will be windy the next few days, that being said, our next open trip is Saturday and Sunday. Thanks.

Sun., June 9, 2019 Fishing Report

Hey gang. We sailed with a fairly big crowd today and despite the rough conditions we picked fish on all of our drops. There were more ling landed than sea bass and a few winter flounders in the mix. The pool fish was a nice big knucklehead caught by one of Captain Ron's regulars as he had a charter today. Looks like tomorrow is going to be blown out so we will not be sailing. Will give an update on our next sail date. Thanks.

Sat., June 8, 2019 Great Day Fishing

Hey gang. It was a beautiful day on the fishing grounds today.The conditions were perfect for spreading the anchors and the ling were hungry. We made 3 drops and caught nice size ling and sea bass on all of them. Prowler Bob landed a nice 4 lb ling that won the pool. See you all in the morning. It’s gonna be great for fishing! Thanks

Fri., June 7, 2019 Great Day Bottom Fishing

Hey gang. Another great day bottom fishing. It was another great day out on the ocean with plenty of fish again big ling and nice sea bass, we even caught some winter flounder. Don’t miss out, come out and fill the coolers and buckets Saturday and Sunday with Captain Jack. Thanks

Wed., June 5, 2019 Sea Bass and Ling Fishing Report

Hey gang, we had great conditions today a very good trip with a nice crowd. We had big sea bass, big ling and nice flounder. The coolers and buckets were filled with fish. We took a little further ride off shore today and caught them all around the boat. Don’t miss out. Come make your catch! See you in the morning. Thanks.

Sun., June 2, 2019 Ling Report

Hey gang, fluking has been slow the last 3 trips. That being said, our next fluke trip will be June the 5th. Thanks.

Wed., May 29, 2019 Sea Bass and Ling Report

Hey gang. We had dense fog out this morning and South East winds that made it a little bouncy on the ocean. Was not bad though, we did caught the fish again! We’re not going to be shaping up tomorrow so we'll see you Friday May 31st for the Fluke trip at 730am to 230pm. Note: We have a charter on Saturday June 1, 2019. Thanks.

Mon., May 27, 2019 Fluke Report

Hey gang. Happy Memorial Day to all. It was a nice day out on the water, we caught some nice fluke under good conditions today. We are not shaping up tomorrow Tuesday 28th with the weather forecast not favorable. Our next trips will Wednesday & Thursday for sea bass & ling then back at it on Friday for fluke. Sailing 730am to 230pm. Thanks.

Sat., May 25, 2019 Fluke Report

Hey gang. Nice day 1st Fluke trip on a beautiful day out today. Nice crowd and a great fishing day. Captain George fished hard putting in some nice fluke with plenty of shorts in the mix also. Pool fish 9lb belong to Howard Tribuchar of NJ. He also had his limit on fluke keeper. Don't miss out tomorrow Sunday.

Thurs., May 23, 2019 Sea Bass/Líng Report

Hey gang, we were the only boat out this morning out of Atlantic Highlands with 12 anglers. Caught a lot of fish again. Even though fluke season starts this weekend we're going to stay bottom fishing from 7:30am to 2:30pm trips on Wednesdays and Thursdays. We will be fluking this weekend but not sailing tomorrow on Friday windy forecast but Saturday and Sunday look beautiful. So come make your catch! Thank you.

Wed., May 22, 2019 Sea Bass/Líng Report

Hey gang, another great and beautiful day out on the ocean. Like yesterday plenty of big ling and nice keeper sea bass today, we also caught some nice big flounders. We fished with fresh clams for bait..see you in the morning for the last bottom trip this week. Thanks

Tues., May 21, 2019 - Sea Bass/Líng Report

Hey gang, another great day of bottom fishing with plenty of big ling and nice big sea bass filling the buckets and coolers. A little windy, but it was nice where we fished today in the ocean. My mate has been doing a lot of fish cleaning lately. Don’t miss out as we have 2 more days left see you guys in the morning 730am.Thanks

Saturday, May 18, 2019 Very Good Fishing Ling, Sea Bass, Cod Fish

Hey gang, Capt. Jack called me earlier and said they are having a banner day out there with plenty of big sea bass, nice ling and even cod fish today. Don't forget, fluke season starts, Friday,May 24th and ends Sept. 12th. P.S. I only have three daytime charters, June 1st (Sat.), June 14th (Fri.) and July 28th (Fri.) and that is it I am not taking anymore charters for the rest of the season. We're an open boat and depend on the regulars.

Wednesday May 15th, 2019 Good Sea Bass/Ling Report

We put the anglers on the fish today with alot nice big sea bass and nice ling. With the good fishing we are now going to stay bottom fishing. Next trip will be Friday May 17th 7:30am to 2:30pm and continue until fluke season opens up. On May 24th we will be doing a fluke special 6:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. See you at the dock.

Update May 2nd

We passed our coast guard inspection today so were all ready fishing Friday and Saturday for stripers fish with fresh clams for bait see you guy at the dock.

Tuesday April 30th Striped Bass Report

We had a pretty good bite all day with keepers and shorts. Fished with fresh clams. Will be lighting up tomorrow Wednesday at 7:30. Not sailing Thursday as we have coast guard inspection. See you tomorrow!

Thursday April 25th Striper Report

Hey gang, we were out today and found some bass on our 2nd drop mostly all shorts. Fished with fresh clams today. The weather does not look good the next 3 days, with rain and a lot of wind on Saturday, so our next trip will be Monday the 29th. Thanks.

Tuesday April 23rd Striped Bass Report

Hey gang we were out today with a nice light crowd of anglers and had plenty of shorts and some beautiful keepers. We used fresh clams for bait. We have everything on our boat that you will need. We welcome the nice weather forecast and will be sailing everyday now 7:30am to 2:30pm. See you at the dock! Let's go fishing!

 

Striped Bass Fishing - Hey gang. We have officially switched over to striped bass fishing 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. everyday starting Tues., April 23rd until fluke season opens up on May 25th. Striped bass fishing has been slaughter fishing for all the boats. Big, medium and small fish. All the fish have been caught on lures and jigs and we have fresh clams aboard just in case we have to fish that way. Capt. Jack, myself and the crew look forward to seeing you at the dock. Thanks, Capt. Scott

Hey gang. We will begin blackfishing 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. everyday beginning Sat., April 6th. Fresh green crabs supplied.

Update and 2019 schedule - Hey gang I'm not sure when I'm going to start fishing Saturday April 6th or Saturday April 13th it depends on the water temperature will be fishing for blackfish or possible maybe striped bass depending on which is better also our boat will sail 730am to 230pm year around no more 8 o'clock trips the fare is $70 full fare $65 for seniors and $45 for junior fair rods are 5 dollars thank you Captain Scott

 

 

Video of a Big Tog with Capt. Jack and the boys Dec 30th 2018

Tuesday January 8th Blackfish Report

Hey gang we are out with a light crowd of 9 anglers today. Our 1st drop we were able to keep our anchors tight and we had a bite of about 40 short blackfish and 1 keeper Codfish. After that we had difficult conditions with fog and no wind. Not a lot of keepers today with the offshore conditions..next trips will be Saturday and Sunday January 12th and 13th. Thanks Captain Scott

Friday January 4th Blackfish Report

Hey gang we made 3 drops from 70' to 115 had some nice blackfish on the boat today. Steve's high hook with 3 nice ones Jake had 2 big ones Jimmy Custer with several and other guys have 2. All in all not a bad day for this time of the year. Weather does not look good for Sat; and Sun; but Monday's going to be the next nice day,I'll keep you updated

Sunday December 30th Blackfish Report

Hey Gang, we had a pretty nice day on the tog grounds today. We started off fishing some shallow water with only landing a few keepers so we took a ride to the deep and it paid off. We had some nice roasters coming over the rail with Prowler regular Ahab winning the pool with an 11lb white chin. The rest of the fares picked away with high hook landing 4. Thx., Capt. Jack. Capt. Scott will see you in the morning. PS we are out again today January 1st New Year's Day trip is cancel with the 40 mph wind. Will keep you updated of any changes. Thanks

Saturday December 29th

We did not sail today Saturday December 29th we only had 4 customers that we sent to sea tiger, plus rough seas

Thursday December 27 Blackfish Report

Hey gang, we were out today with 18 anglers. A respectable day 20 keepers on the boat for this time of the year with like 150 short togs released Big Al won the pool at the end of the day with 6lb fishing the starboard bow and Mike from Staten Island was High hook with 3 keepers. Our next trip is going to be Sunday December 30th. Going to be some rain and wind the next couple days also Captain Jack is going to be doing a special marathon blackfish trip 730am to 430pm on New Year's Day and the fare is $90 for that day. Thanks Captain Scott

Sunday December 23rd Blackfish Report

Hey gang I'm off today but Captain Jack called and said they have a nice crowd today of customers and they are catching blackfish keepers with shorts. Will do a follow up report later with pictures Also our next blackfish trip will be December 26th Wednesday. Thanks Captain Scott.

Thursday December 20th Blackfish Report

Hey gang we were out with a very light crowd of 10 anglers nice flat ocean fishing was okay tho no limits high hook was 4 keeper tog caught by Mike in the stern others with 2 keepers and again a lot of 13 and 14" fish released anyway they have a Gale warning up for Friday and Saturday so the next day will be fishing will probably be Sunday thank you captain Scott

Wednesday December 19th Blackfish Report

Hey gang we were out today with a decent amount of regulars. Bucktail Bob was Hi hook with 3 nice keeper tog today. Several guys on the boat with 2 keepers some just 1 alot of 13 and 14inch Blackfish released. We'll be sailing tomorrow December 20th for sure.. Friday and Saturday will not be good weather-wise so come tomorrow. Thanks Captain Scott

Friday December 14th Blackfish Report

Hey gang pretty big roll out on the ocean today but we had blackfish chewing. A couple limits on the boat. Chet from Linden had his limit by 11:00 a.m. other guys with 4 keepers togs others with 3 others with 2 and 1. Decent short action pretty much all day. All in all not a bad day. The bad news is the weather's not looking good the next few 3 days. Realistically, next trips may be Wednesday December 18th. Thanks. Captain Scott

Tuesday December 11th Blackfish Report

Hey gang we had high hook 4 keeper blackfish today caught by Tom from Tom's River N.J he was fishing up in the port bow today, we picked away at other blackfish but lost the conditions in the afternoon hard to lay on the anchors anyway the calling for some winds tomorrow so we will not be shaping up tomorrow Wednesday our next 2 trips the weather looks great for Thursday and Friday the 13th and 14th Thanks Capt.Scott

Sunday December 9th Blackfish Report

Hey gang, very slow day today, a handful of keepers togs with the short action moved around. We tried some different areas offshore but no good. Tomorrow Monday December 10th it's gonna blow North 25 so we will not be sailing. Our next trip will be Tuesday December 11th. We also put Captain Al's ashes on one of his favorite drops at the end of the day. God-bless him. Thanks Captain Scott.

Saturday December 8th Blackfish Report

Hey gang, we were out today with 17 customers. Pretty nice day on the ocean. We had a high of 3 keeper togs caught by Kevin, several guys with 2 keepers. Mostly everyone had 1 keeper and a few with just shorts, Jimmy of Vernon New Jersey was today's pool winner of with a nice 8 pound blackfish. I'll be back running the boat tomorrow Sunday and Captain Jack will be back next week Saturday and Sunday at the helm. We look forward to seeing you guys at the dock. Thanks
Captain Scott

Wednesday December 5th - Blackfish Report

Hey gang we had 15 customers on this very cold blackfish day they were bitting again no limits today Gary was high hook with 4 keepers and alot with 2 and 3 keepers with tons of shorts going back again,
nothing really big for the pool 5lb, Archie and the boys said they're coming back out Friday although we will see what tomorrow brings thanks Captain Scott

Tuesday Decemeber 4th

Update no big boats sailed from Atlantic Highlands today Tuesday December 4th with the high winds they had more wind then they forecasted today only a handful of customers down in the Harbor this morning.. tomorrow looks great for all the boats.. will be going tomorrow for sure Wednesday November 5th see you in the morning thanks Capt Scott

Monday December 3rd - Good Bite Togging

Hey gang, we had 16 customers had a little bit of a big swell out there from yesterday Sunday's blow and wacky current but I was pleasantly surprised the fish bit all day 5 or 6 limits with a lot of other keepers caught today. We were releasing hundreds of 14"inch fish and had blackfish action all day long.. Mike fishing the stern won today's pool with a 10lb tog and had his limit also Jimmy Custer and Archie Stewart and the rest of the good guys that have been coming out with us lately did very well today. Anyway here's a few pictures that I took this morning. We are lighting up tomorrow Tuesday 530am hope to see you soon. Thanks. Captain Scott

Saturday December 1st Blackfish Report

Hey gang, the ocean was like a pond today as you can see in the 1st picture. Had 22 customers, good guys on the boat. Made 3 drops at blackfish chewing on all 3. We are still fishing. Jimmy Custer one the pool with a 9 pounder biggest one this year for us. Eddie in the corners high hook with 3 keepers and pretty much everyone averaged 2 keepers on the boat today with many many shorts fish released. Captain Jack will be at the helm tomorrow Sunday. I'll be back Monday. Looking forward to getting back out here we hope to see you at the dock. Thanks Captain Scott

Saturday November 24th Blackfish Report

Hey gang we did ok with the fishing today Chet of Linden had his limit of 5 keeper togs and Jose Reyes had 4 keepers and others had 3 and 2 and some with just 1. All in all not a bad day. Forecast tomorrow Sunday is windy with gust of 30mph. Rain on Monday with more wind. Think we're going to let everything settle down. Our next trip will be Thursday November 29th. Thanks. Captain Scott

Friday November 23rd Blackfish Report

Hey Gang, We had a good crowd of regulars down today to go fishing on a chilly morning. We made our first drop in 70' and picked away at some short with a few keepers in the mix. The bite died off and we bounced around inshore and never really got anything great going. Pool fish was in the 5lb range. Back at it again tomorrow!

Monday November 19th Blackfish Report

Late bite ok blackfish bite Monday November 19th Hey gang good crowd of regulars today good guys on the boat ocean was like upon started out slow with hard anchoring conditions but we made a move to a different area and had them chewing good at the end of the day, Stop fishing at 2:30pm today so will be get in late.

Sunday Novemember 18th Blackfish Report

Hey Gang, Sailed with a good size crowd today and the ocean was like a lake. We fished a bunch of drops which all had some fish but just not enough to go around. No limits today high hook was 4 keepers and some with one, two and none. Pool winner was Carlos Santos from Newark NJ. Tomorrow looks great and we will be sailing 7:30am to 2:30pm.

Monday November 12th Veterans Day Report

Hey gang the report was similar to yesterday's report had fish coming 1st thing in the morning with keepers and shorts until we lost to tide anyway the weather looks terrible the rest of the week I have no idea when we're going to sail again Maybe Sunday November 18th Very disappointed with the weather coming up we get things going and then we get knocked down again Anyway I'll keep you guys updated thanks captain Scott

Sunday Nov 11, 2018 Blackfish Report

Hey Gang, It was a beautiful fall day for blackfishing today. We had a nice crowd. Our first drop had plenty of life and we banged away at some nice tog. Unfortunately, you can only keep one per person. Pool winner was Mike Salerno from Keyport with a nice 6lb tog. We sail tomorrow (Veterans day) so come on down.
Thanks

Thursday November 8th Report

OK fishing - Hey gang 19 people aboard today pretty much the same guys that have been fishing with us and we even had captain George of the Angler come out and do a little fishing on this beautiful summer like day.. we made 3 drops today caught fish on 2 out fo 3 with plenty of action.. Not looking good the next couple days weatherwise that being said our next trip will be Sunday November 11th with Captain Jack. Thanks Captain Scott

Sunday October 4th Sea Bass and Black Fish Report

Hey Gang, It was a beautiful day on the water today. We started off fishing in about 65' of water and had great action on the tog up to 8lbs. The action slowed with the change of the tide so we tried a couple of different drops but just could not get them going again. The lack of anchoring conditions did not help. The pool winner was Louis from Harrison NJ with an 8lb blackfish. The weather does not look good for tomorrow so we will not be sailing. See you Wednesday Nov; 7th 7:30 to 2:30pm.

Thursday November 1st Blackfish Sea Bass Report

Hey gang, Good day fishing. We were out on another beautiful day with calm a ocean again. We had 20 customers and some good guys on the boat again today Archie Stewart, Jack Joe the Plumber, Dennis Fuchs,The Hit Man and Dameon and his Father of Rutherford New Jersey. Was Good to see Bucktail Bob back and healthy. He beat up on the Tog on the jig..Lou Mazzuca (The Stud)High hook catch and release again. Al of Hillsborough took today's pool fishing in the bow. We are Not shaping up tomorrow Friday with rain in the forecast. Our next trip will be Sunday November 4th 730am to 230pm. Thanks Captain Scott.

Wednesday Oct 31th Blackfish and Sea Bass Report

Another great day. Hey gang, Good crowd of customers today 19 people and the fish were chewing again. Everyone had their one keeper blackfish with many others released with plenty of big sea bass in the mix again. As you can see in the pictures, the ocean was flat calm it was a great day to be off shore bottom fishing today. Green crabs did the trick again today. See you guys tomorrow morning Archie Stewart and Jimmy Custer will be aboard (Thursday)and remember don't come down to the boat Saturday November 3rd because we have a corporate private charter. Thank you Capt Scott


Tuesday Oct 30th Blackfish n Seabass

Great day fishing Hey gang decent crowd of people today everyone on the boat had their one keeper and released many other togs with some big sea bass in the mix also Louis Mazzuca had some nice double headers and was high hook playing catch and release all day on green crabs and archie Stewart of nutley n.j and the boys from the angler were aboard again sailing the rest of the week see you in the morning thanks captain Scott p.s we we are charted this coming Saturday November 3d so dont come that day

Friday October 26th Report

Hey gang, really the calm before the storm! We were out today and the fish were biting.. blackfish chewing all day on green crabs plus nice catch of sea bass. We had Archie Stewart aboard of Nutley NJ and Chet Linden from NJ today's Pool Winner. Had some customers from the Angler (Larry Newark Sinker and Jim Custer) some of George's Finest..Welcome aboard the ProwlerV Guys! Our next trip will be Tuesday October 30th 7:30 to 2:30. See you then! Stay safe over the weekend. Thanks
Captain Scott.

Wednesday October 24th Fishing Report

Hey gang not a lot of people down at the Harbor today. I think we were the high boat with 11 customers. Two other party boats sailed. The wind was wicked today. We had a gust of 37 knots when I was putting my anchors out on my wind meter today. Nevertheless, we picked away at blackfish and sea bass. If you wanna go fishing come on down tomorrow and Friday when it will be less windy as the weekend looks terrible. Thanks. Captain Scott.

October 23rd Tuesdays Report

Hey gang it was a beautiful day to be out on the water today we made 3 drops caught fish on all did well with the Blackfish and did good with some really nice keepers Seabass double headers we also had porgies in the mix we'll see what tomorrow brings thanks captain Scott

Saturday Oct 20th Blackfish, Sea bass and Porgies Report

Hey gang, another great day out on the Prowler5 with our customers. We made 4 drops from 50 to 70' banged away at the porgies and sea bass. A little snotty out here but certainly did pretty good with the blackfish and green crabs today. With the Gale force winds 35 mph tomorrow (Sunday) we will not be lighting up again until Tuesday October 23rd. We will see you then. Green crabs fresh clams for bait. Sailing 7:30am to 2:30 pm weather permitting. Thanks Capt. Scott.

Friday October 19th Sea Bass, Black fish and Porgies Report

Hey gang, a beautiful day out with our customers today. We had some nice catch of big Porgies and Sea Bass, we even had some lace keeper togs along with some beautiful trigger fish. Lots of fish out there for the catch so come out and fish tomorrow Saturday 7:30 a.m. returning to 2:30pm because we will not be lighting up Sunday with the high winds. We have fresh clams and green crabs for bait. See you in the morning.
Thanks

Sunday Oct., 14th

Hey Gang, It was a great day of fishing all around today. We were fishing to the south in the ocean and it was like a pond. The fares had great action throughout the day landing porgies,trigger,sea bass, blowfish and tog. We fished a new area towards the end of the day when some of the boat traffic left which ended up keeping us late due to drop and reel fishing with jumbo sea bass and porgies. Prowler regular "T" won today's pool with a big old white chin. Lots of fish to catch so come hop on the Prowler5.
Thanks.

Wednesday Oct. 10th - Banner Day - Great Trip - Sea bass, Porgies, Blackfish

Hey gang. What a day. We took a further ride to a different area. We had dense fog and we fished by ourselves. We loaded up with plenty of big sea bass and all the big porgies. Nice trigger fish. Non-stop action all day. Many double headers. Everyone on our boat went home with plenty of fish. We have Lou, the deckhand, formally of the party boat Angler on the Prowler 5 team now. He'll be helping us out from now on. He brought some of the Angler customers aboard today. Mr. Kim and Ms. Kim along with other party boat Angler customers. Marvin from Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn in the stern won the pool today with a giant sea bass. Not too many tog, only a couple shorts today. Anyway, not sailing the next couple days. Hopefully we will be able to get back out on Saturday. I'll keep you updated. Thanks, Captain Scott. Sailing everyday 7:30 a.m. returning at 2:30 p.m., weather permitting.

Tuesday October 9th Report

Hey gang not a lot of people down the harbor today we had 10 regulars aboard our boat today what a change from yesterday the ocean was flat calm We made like 5 drops today beat on the porgies for the first hour and also caught in released some false albacore and then went offshore for the sea bass, Plenty of sea bass action we had to weed through the 11 and 12 inch fish so many of them thought we were able to put some real nice keepers in the coolers not a lot of tog today only a couple, tomorrow is going to be a nice day out on the ocean so come on down because Thursday and Friday don't look good, Thank you Captain Scott.. fishing ever day now 730am to 230pm weather permitting

Monday October 8th Sea Bass - Blackfish -Porgies - Report

Hey gang We were the only boat that made it offshore in the ocean today and had a strong east wind 25mh and a hard out going tied and it was nasty and super rough we fished 3 drops from 50 to 70 feet we beat on the porgies again big fish we caught about a dozen keepers sea bass with alot of shorts in the mix and like 7 or 8 keeper togs with shorts action also Considering how rough it was we actually didn't do to bad Should be a lot nicer tomorrow Tuesday and Wednesday so come on down and do some fishing with us I'm not liking Thursday and Friday's forecasts so see you the next couple days thanks Captain Scott

Sunday October 7th. Great day fishing today

Hey gang we loaded up on big Porgies and had to release many sea bass today None stop action all day many double headers. Lots of fish to catch so come on out tomorrow morning. See you tomorrow.
Thanks
Capt Scott

Saturday October 6th Report

Hey gang we were out today with a light crowd for a Saturday too bad because there are plenty of porgies to be caught. Will be lighting up tomorrow morning again 530am. Don’t forget about opening day October 8th for Sea Bass fishing so come down and do some fishing with us. We look forward to seeing you at the dock. Thanks.
Captain Scott

Sunday Sept 30th - Update

Hey gang are next trips will be this Saturday and Sunday October 6th ,7th for Porgies trigger fish and blackfish from 8:00am to 2:30pm and Monday the 8th sea bass fishing opens sailing.

Sunday September 23rd Fishing Report

Hey Gang, We had very good action bottom fishing today. Made the first couple of drops in the ocean and picked away at some nice trigger fish and porgies. The sea bass were a nuisance as they all had to go back. We finished up the day on some porgy bottom and it was drop and reel fishing once they turned on and we left them biting. I did not get the pool winners name but it was a jumbo triggerfish. Look like we have some weather coming in so our next trip will not be until Thursday or Friday with Capt Scott. Will post updates on our website and Facebook. 
Thanks
Capt Jack

Monday September 17 - Fluke Report

Hey gang not a lot people down the Harbor for any of the boats today. We sailed with 6 customers and fished the Ambrose channel in the deep pretty much all day, mostly shorts Gary our regular did get a nice keeper fluke to take today's pool. Our next trip will probably be Wednesday or Thursday due to weather conditions. 
Thanks 
Captain Scott

Sunday September 16 - Fishing Report after the storm.

Hey Gang, the ProwlerV finally went out today. It was a beautiful day on the water and the fishing was excellent however the catching was very tough today. There was still a good size swell left over from the storm which most likely is killing the bite as even the sea bass had lock jaw. ProwlerV regular Dwayne won the pool with a 3lb fluke and was a fish shy of his limit. We will be fishing until the end of the season, there are still fish around we just have to find them! Capt Scott will see you tomorrow morning!
Thanks 
Capt Jack

Update

Hey gang next 2 fluke trips will be Sunday and Monday September 16th and 17th


Fishing Update:

Hey folks, unfortunately there will be no fishing until sometime next week due to the approaching storm. Will keep you updated.
Thanks 
Capt Scott

Saturday September 8th - Fluke Report

Hey gang, We fished today with a nice crowd. We started out at the Verrazano bridge where got into some big cow nose rays. We then proceeded to Coney island and caught at few keeper fluke at Ambrose channel. Picked away at shorts but very slow day we couldn't fish the ocean because of weather today. Next day to sail will probably be Tuesday. So come on down.
Thanks.
Captain Scott

Friday September 7th - Fluke Report

Hey gang we made it offshore today plenty of action out there but not enough keepers only a handful of keeper fluke and many 16 to 17 inch fish released along with sea bass had to go back to the bay at noon time as you can see in one of the pictures of my grandmothers chair I be down in the morning to fish the bay if you want to go fishing thanks Captain Scott

Tuesday September 4th

Update not fishing Wednesday September 5th We shaped up today and only had 4 customers plus the super hot temperatures and throwing Seabass will wait until Thursday thanks Captain Scott Prowler 5 P.S. no more 330pm trips until spring time also thanks Captain Scott

Monday September 3rd - Fluke Report

Hey Gang, It was another beautiful day on the water. The action was on the slow side where we have been fishing and we had to cover some ground and fish a couple of new areas. We did have a couple of limits and the pool fish was caught by Al Severson from Hillsborough NJ weighing in at 8.2lbs. Look like it's going to be a nice hot week so pack your lunch and come join us fishing for jumbo ocean fluke. 
Thanks
Capt Jack

Sunday September 2nd - Fluke Report

Hey Gang, It was a beautiful day out on the water and we saw a big improvement over yesterday's fishing. We started out with some great action picking away at some nice keeper fluke and good short action. No limits today and high hook was 2 fish. The pool fish was 6.1lbs. It's really a shame that we have to throw back all of the knucklehead sea bass we caught today because the season is closed! Tomorrow's weather looks great, so grab your gear and come join us fishing for some jumbo ocean fluke. 
Thanks
Capt Jack

Thursday August 30th

Hey gang, good day fishing with action all day. We had 5 limit on fluke. Tom the ‘hammer’ had his limit on the 1st draft. Multiple limits on big sea bass. We had a wonderful crowd and like I said on other reports, flukes and sea bass �� �� is ready to be plucked out of the ocean. So come out and make your catch on the ProwlerV. Note: tomorrow the winds is supposed to be 25mph out of the East which is not good. I will keep you guys updated about tomorrow later today.
Thanks 
Capt Scott

Wednesday August 29th - Another Big Fluke 8.8lb

Hey gang we had a good crowd today and another big fluke caught by Wayne Horner of Allentown PA. We had a lot of big sea bass again and picked away at fish all day. We had Wayne’s and Joe from the Seahawk fished the bow today. Another great day to be offshore on the ocean. Customers were happy, the weather was great and the fish were plucked out of the ocean and onto the ProwlerV. Join us and let’s go haul them Fluke and Sea Bass in. End of season approaching at the end of the month. See you in the morning.
Thanks
Capt Scott

Tuesday August 28th - Fluke Sea Bass Report

Hey gang, nice light crowd of 17 customers today. Carlos Santos of Newark, NJ caught a big fluke 7.11oz. The drift was a little better and was comfortable to fish today. Some nice big sea bass to go along with the fluke. We picked away at a lot of fish most of the day. Only 3 days left until the Sea Bass season closed. Was a great season so far. So come on down and make the most of it. Maybe you will be the one to make the biggest catch yet! See you tomorrow morning.
Thanks
Capt Scott.

Monday August 27th - Senior Day: Fluke and Sea Bass Report

Hey gang, had a nice and happy crowd on the boat today. Very hot out on the ocean with no breeze and could have used a better drift. Picked away at nice keepers and Sea Bass. Season closes on the 31st so don’t miss out. Come out and make your catch of Flukes and Sea Bass. See you guys in the morning as the weather should be good. 
Thanks
Capt Scott

Sunday August 26th - Great Fluking Continues

Hey Gang, We had another beautiful day out in the ocean. The customers onboard landed some nice big fluke up to 8lbs. Few limits onboard along with a boat limit of sea bass. French Ruffin from Teaneck NJ Won the pool with a 7.9lb fluke and also landed his limit. Last nights magic hour fluke trip was excellent. Perfect conditions and the fishing was excellent. Multiple limits on big fish with some nice sea bass in the mix. Kole Devany from Middletown won the pool with a 8.4lb flattie. Conditions look great for tomorrow, get down early it's Senior day and will be busy. 
Thanks
Capt Scott

Saturday August 25th - Big Fluke Report

Hey gang Captain Jack had the boat out and found some of the biggest fluke of the year great action big fish another great day don't miss out hes running the boat again tomorrow morning

Friday August 24th - Banner Day Offshore Big Sea Bass Big Fluke Report

Hey gang we had 37 customers all kinds of multiple limit on the big sea bass and plenty of nice big keeper Fluke, A few limits on fluke with a lot with 2 keepers on the flukes I'll keep it simple we caught a lot of fish today on our boat had a lot of happy people with everyone going home with fish see you in the morning thanks Captain Scott

Thursday August 23rd - Offshore Big Sea Bass and Fluke Report

Hey gang, nice crowd of regulars today. Multiple limits on big sea bass again, plus some really nice keeper flukes, few limits on fluke also. Nice day to be offshore the ocean is calm and the chub mackerels have been there every day for the catch. So come on down to the dock and jump on the ProwlerV and let’s go make a bigger catch tomorrow!
Thanks 
Capt Scott.

Tuesday August 21st - Very Good Offshore Trip Big Sea Bass nice Fluke

Hey gang we've been burning a lot of fuel lately but whatever it takes to put fish in the coolers and buckets anyway we had 14 customers today we had our 4 Newark police officers back again that were on the boat last Tuesday they did very well today they had 8 nice keeper Fluke along with their limits on Big Sea bass Officer Craig also took the pool on the last drift of the day with a 6.2 pounder had his limit on Fluke also everyone else on the boat did well with limits on the Sea Bass plenty of action all day had great conditions all day caught another 50 or 60 Boston mackerel Great day out on the water for me and my crew and the customers so let's go fishing tomorrow see you guys in the morning Thanks Captain Scott

Monday August 20th Offshore Sea Bass and Fluke Report

Hey gang we were out today with 27 customers and I was very surprised the ocean was very fishable we went off shore and found the Big Sea Bass again with multiple limits a group of 6 fishing the stern had their limit on the big Sea Bass we picked away at keeper Fluke and had the shorts 16 to 17 inch Fluke along with a couple dozen Boston Mackerel as you can see some of the pictures how the ocean was pretty nice very surprised and happy to see the Sea Bass we're still they are after yesterday's blow anyway the crew did a great job today on deck, had some very nice people on the boat today and they fish hard at the rail all day kudos to them see you guys tomorrow morning thanks Captain Scott

Saturday August 18th

Update Fluke and Sea Bass report Saturday August 18th Hey gang it was a good call not to shape up down there this morning. Only one half day boat sailed today. Everyone else is tied to the dock. Rainy nasty east wind. We had 70 customers on the boat yesterday. Normally we don't carry that many but I had a group of 25 show up at 7:55 a.m. We went off shore again where we've been fishing. We had tough conditions, fast drift to start the day, as conditions slowed down we started to pick away at fish. Nothing great yesterday. Doctor Ford had his limit on fluke. Only about 9 or 10 keeper fluke with around 35 keeper sea bass on the boat yesterday day. Captain Jack had a private corporate charter and went back to that same area off shore and did very well last night on the 3:30 pm trip. I'm not liking the forecast for Monday. I don't think we'll be able to get out in the ocean tomorrow but I'll be down there to light up and see what goes on thanks. Captain Scott

Hey Gang, after listening to the updated weather forecast I'm not going to BS you like some other 8:00am boats. Save your money and pick a better day because conditions are going to suck tomorrow. I'll keep you updated about Monday.

Thanks
Capt Scott

Friday August 17th Offshore Big Fluke Sea Bass Report

Hey gang we were out with a decent crowd of 24 customers the ocean was beautiful again nice cool breeze out there not like on land anyway we had some real nice Fluke on the boat again Gary fishing the bow landed 6lb we had multiple limits on the Sea Bass again with plenty of short fluke 17" in the mix action all day long Joe and Don fish the starboard corner had 5 nice keeper Fluke along with keeper Sea Bass in their cooler, with Joe having his limited on the Fluke pretty good day for us we fished alone again the crew did a great job on deck today Sea Bass fishing closes the 31st of August don't miss out and Fluke season closes September 22d not many day's left so let's go fishing See you guys in the morning thanks Captain Scott

Thursday August 16th Off Shore Fluke Sea Bass Report

Hey gang we had a nice crowd of 30 customers today with some new customers aboard also we had multiple limits on big sea bass again. The ocean was flat calm, we landed some big flukes with plenty of shorts in the mix. Great action all day. See you guys in the morning.
Thanks
Capt Scott

Wednesday August 15th Fluke Report

Hey gang we were out with a light crowd on an exceptionally beautiful day. Honored to have some Newark Police Officers on the boat today also. Had great action all day, fished the channel Had a high hooked of 20 short flukes today with some nice keepers in the mix. Customers were happy to go home with fish for dinner. Back at it tomorrow. So come on out to fish. See you in the morning.
Thanks.
Capt Scott
Prowler5

Monday August 13th Fluke and Sea Bass Report - Senior Day

Hey gang, despite the weather, we went out for the long ride to where we've been catching the fish. Unfortunately, the ocean was a little unstable and the drift too fast at 1.9 but at least we gave it a shot for our customers and just had a slow pick on the Sea Bass and Fluke. A few people caught a couple of nice ones but we had to retreat back to the Bay Area. We are picking away at flukes now. Overall not a bad day for my customers. Hope to see you guys in the morning. Lets go fishing!
Thanks.
Capt Scott
Prowler5

Saturday August 11th. Fluke and Sea Bass Report

Hey gang we had a very good day despite the weather with multiple limits on big sea bass and had several flukes from 6 to 7lbs We fished off shore today with happy customers and some family members. We are out on a private charter this evening and there are whale sightings. Captain Jack will see you in the morning with our competent crew. I will see you all on Monday for Senior Day.

Friday August 10th Fluke and Sea Bass Report

Hey gang, we went off shore again on this beautiful day on the ocean. Landed some more big flukes. Joe and Wayne from the Sea Hawk fished in the bow and got 4 keepers in their cooler along with some sea bass. Regulars Gary landed a beautiful one close to 7 pounds. Here are a few pictures from today couldn’t get more as I lost charge on my phone. Captain Jack will be at the helm on Sunday. See you in the morning. 
Thanks 
Capt Scott

Thursday August 9th Fluke Report

Hey gang we sailed with a light crowd of 12 customers today. Some nice flukes in the boat today with plenty of short fluke in the mix also few nice big flukes in the 7 lbs class. We fished a new location today, every day is a different place. We cannot specify a particular location as it all depends on the conditions, but we will find the fish! So join us tomorrow morning. Pool winner was Don Rettew of Linfield PA with a 7.4 lb Fluke
Thank you.
Captain Scott

Wednesday August 8th Fluke & Sea Bass Report

Hey gang we had 15 regulars on the boat today and fishing was a lot better with more keeper fluke and plenty of action all day on Sea Bass and short fluke. I think the key was the fresh peanut bunker that Marko netted last night that worked great today for bait. What a beautiful day on the ocean. Looking forward to getting back out here tomorrow. We can still keep the sea bass until August 31st so don't miss out. 
PS: Captain Joseph Jack will be back at the helm on Sunday after a long deserved vacation.
Thanks 
Captain Scott

Sunday August 5th Fluke and Seabass Report

Hey gang nothing great today we covered a lot of area no limits a few guys had a couple nice keepers hawk regular Bob had a couple nice when off sure for the sea bass only land that about 30 keepers with a lot of shorts in the mix will see you tomorrow for senior day. Thanks Captain Scott

Saturday August 4th Fluke Report

Hey gang we had a light crowd of 8 customers today with the rain turned out to be a nice day for us we had 2 limits on keeper Fluke. Gary a regular had his 3. Zavier also caught 3 keepers. We had a few guys with 2 and everyone had a least 1 keeper with plenty of shorts in the mix. We fished a local area in the ocean today. I'm getting ready to go back out on a private charter at 3:30pm. I'll see you guys in the morning. Thank you. Captain Scott

Thursday August 2nd Fluke and Sea Bass Report

Hey gang I was pleasantly surprised that we sailed with 20 customers today all regulars anyway it turned out to be a pretty nice day for us great action all day we went straight Offshore where we caught fish on Monday we were out there by ourselves and had the fish flying over the rail again 15:to 1 ratio on the keepers to shorts but it was well worth it as we put some nice fish in the coolers before conditions changed, even caught a couple of nice trigger fish and everyone went home with fish dinner not a bad day great people on the boat today will see what tomorrow brings thanks Captain Scott

Update Tuesday July 31th

Hey gang not a lot of people came down today certainly not enough to fish where we fished yesterday anyway not liking the Southwest 15kt to 20kt with gust to 30kt Wednesday and Thursday not that the boat can't take it I don't want people getting seasick and getting bounced around looks like the next day I can make it offshore would be Friday or Saturday I'll keep you posted thanks Captain Scott

Monday July 30th Fluke and Sea Bass Report

Hey gang we had a full boat of customers today 33 Prowler5 regulars and 23 Sea Hawk people that Captain Mike sent to our boat as he had a charter today the good news for him he's going to be ready to sail again this Wednesday he told me at the dock Anyway I had the crew working deck today and we took a long ride offshore today and it was well worth it for our boat we had fish coming over the rail all day big Fluke and lots of shorts in the mix plus we had 100 keeper big Sea Bass and we released so many other Sea Bass all day the crew filleted the whole ride in I was even down on deck today helping out we had the right conditions to fish where we did I'm going to go back to that same area tomorrow another nice pool fish boated today athough not as big as the 12.4 oz caught by Alfonso Toxtli of Clifton N.J. on Saturday's trip I'll post that picture for those that having see it yet the crew said we had a lot of happy customers today that went home with fish kudos to my crew they busted their tails today all day.. see you guys in the morning thanks Captain Scott

Friday July 27th Fluke Report

Hey Gang, We started out with some great action picking away at keepers and a lot of shorts. Once we lost the drift it slowed up. We went to try another area and the wind picked up and basically shut the fishing down. We finished up in the bay with a slow pick of shorts. The weather looks great for the weekend so come on down and join us for some fishing.
Thank you.
Your Capt!

Wednesday July 25th Update

Hey gang good thing we didn't shape up this morning not one big boat got out with the rain this morning fell good to have the boat rest at the dock we've been out every day since the beginning of Fluke season on our new Summer Time Schedule from 800am to 230pm if you want to come out fishing Saturday come in the day trip because I have private charters from 330pm to 830pm trips for the next 4 weeks the next open 330pm to 830pm is August 25th. Joseph Jack of the Sea Horse and Bingo and the crew look forward to having you on our boat I must say we have a very professional crew aboard the Prowler5 this year one of the best we have ever had thanks Captain Scott

Tuesday July 24th Fluke Report

Hey gang we were out again with the light crowd everyone went home with fluke dinner everyone got a couple keepers with plenty of short action I'm not liking that forecast with the 90% rain Wednesday and Thursday realistically the next lays day is Friday thanks captain Scott.

Monday July 23rd Fluke Report

Hey gang not a lot of people down the Harbor today just us and one other boat out today Marko told me he had around 12 or 13 people asking about fishing today he told him to wait for a better day it actually was'nt a bad day just the rain in the morning we sailed with 4 customers but they were happy customers Bri and her dad Brain enjoyed the day she caught 13 fluke and beat her dad as he had 12 shorts they came from Union N.J. Bri told me last time she was on our boat she caught a 7 pounder and won the pool I told her I thought I recognized them as I had her picture up in the cabin with that fish they told me they were going to go on a half day boat and they decided to go with us I told them I'd still get them back in a little earlier today good action good drift all day Steve and Branden of Binghamton N.Y. had 2 keeper Fluke we had 4 happy customers that thanked me for taking them fishing today and they said they will definitely be back with us again see you in the morning thanks Captain Scott

Saturday July 21st Follow-up Report

Hey gang here is the follow up report. We had to retreat back to the bay. We had a total of eight keepers. Kevin Cichon of Sea Bright NJ landed a beauty 8.4 lbs. Most of the boats docked 1 hr early today because of the strong winds this afternoon.
Thanks
Capt. Scott

Saturday July 21st Fluke Report

Hey gang were out today would 50 customers William of Jersey City got the 1st keeper fluke one the free T-shirt still on the 1st drift with the wind this afternoon we will not be sailing the 330 trip

Friday July 20th Fluke Report

Hey gang we have 33 customers great action all day with the shorts with some limits several guys with 2 keepers some with 1 we had 28 keepers for the day total. We fish by ourselves today The crew did a great job today with the working man Zavier we will see you in the morning thanks Captain Scott .Also did the free Prowler5 shirt for the 1st Keeper today again..

Wednesday July 18th Fluke Report

Hey gang had the boat out today with a light crowd of only 14 customers. Too bad because we had a great fishing day a lot of big Fluke on the boat today with limits Vick had 8 pounder and had his limit. We had some Big Sea Bass also regular Mike was runner up with a 6 pounder and had his limit and a couple other limits on the boat. Captain Mikey from the Sea Hawk sent a couple of his guys over today. Lloyd and Joe fished the bow and they had 5 nice keepers in the cooler they said they released over 40 shorts. Great day to be out on the water. We took a further ride with the speed of our boat and it was well worth it. Can’t wait to get back out there tomorrow. So come join us. Thanks Captain Scott

Sunday July 15th Fluke Report

Hey Gang. We sailed with a pretty nice size crowd of regulars today despite some early thunderstorms. I made the first couple of drifts in-between the channels and we landed a few nice keepers. We bounced around a bit and ended up finding a nice patch of fish that we stayed on until it was time to go home. There were a few limits onboard with a nice spread of keepers and some with just shorts. The pool fish was a nice 6lb fluke landed by Prowler regular Vic. Final count was 32 keepers. Captain Jack's report

Friday July 13th Fluke Report

Hey gang My report is similar to yesterday's report lot of action on Fluke shorts and nice keepers we had 27 customers aboard today one limit several guys would 2 keepers some with 1 and some with just shorts we had good conditions all day until late afternoon when we had to retreat back to the Bay when the drift got to fast once again the oceans been flat calm and will be tomorrow Saturday so come down and see us tomorrow morning one footnote we're not going to go 330pm trip tomorrow so if you want to fish come down in the morning daytime thanks Captain Scott PROWLER5.com see you in the morning


Wednesday July 11th Fluke Report

Hey gang 17 customers today we had a slow pick until we went out to where there was some fish being caught this afternoon in the new area will be fishing there tomorrow morning come on down and join us also Prowler5 shirts are $20 Thanks Capt. Scott 


Tuesday July 10th Fluke Report

Hey gang we had a decent crowd of 27 customers for another beautiful day out on the water we didn't have the fishing that we had yesterday we did manage to boat some nice big keepers in the morning until we lost the drift one limit today and just slow pick on the keepers with the shorts anyway looking forward to getting back out there tomorrow pretty much all regulars came up to the boat today we look forward to having you on our boat see you in the morning thanks Captain Scott


Monday July 9th Fluke Report

Senior day good Fluking with limits- gang we had some really quality big fish on the boat today Bob of Somerville had his limit with others and several had 2 Keepers beautiful day to be out on the grounds we ended up with 28 customers not bad Captain Jack had 40 customers yesterday the crew worked the deck today and did a great job all day thanks Captain Scott 

Sunday July 8th Fluke Report

We started out in the ocean. Some big swell on rough bottom with good short action and some nice keeper fluke up to 7 pounds along with sea bass. Pool fish was caught by Jay Jung of Staten Island. Weather looks great for tomorrow. Don't forget, it's Senior day tomorrow (Monday). Report from Captain Jack.

Thursday July 5th Fluke Report

Hey gang we fished in the ocean 1st time this year down off Monmouth Beach some big Fluke a lot of short fluke and some nice big sea bass beautiful day out on the ocean 23 customers with Marko for my crew great people on the boat Had my friends Keith Resorl and his daughter Cheyenne and Bennett Jackson formerly of the New York Giants now plays safety for the Baltimore Ravens great people on the boat today anyway it's going to rain 90% tomorrow so our next trip will be this Saturday July 7th thank you Captain Scott we look forward to having you on the boat

Tuesday July 3rd Fluke Report

Great day with limits July 3rd Tuesday easy day Hey gang we sailed today with only 4 customers,after having 50 customers the other day go figure. Sometimes it's fun to experiment, try new areas that haven't been fished. I found fluke at the mouth of our river including myself and 4 other anglers everyone had their limit plus we released another 30 or 40 fluke great drift all day back at it in the morning.

Thanks
captainprowler5.com..

Sunday July 1st Fluke Report

Captain Jack had the boat out today with the crew they had 50 customers on the boat today mostly all regulars Jack said he worked hard to put 20 Keepers in the boat with the short action he did not really have a drift all day hopefully tomorrow conditions are better, he said it was so hot today out there he finally broke down and put the air conditioning on today see you guys in the morning for Senior Day thanks Captain Scott

Saturday June 30th Twilight Fluke Report

Hey Gang Captain Jack had 23 customers yesterday afternoon and had very slow fishing no conditions no drift only a handful of keepers on the Fluke Captain Jack has a full boat of customers today and will give a report later I will see you guys for Senior Day tomorrow morning Monday 
Thanks 
Capt. Scott

Saturday June 30th Fluke Report

Good fluking with limits hand 12 anglers today, everyone on the boat had at least 2 and keepers 4 limits. Jack and the crew will see you in the a.m.

Friday June 29th Fluke Report

Hey gang, we had 37 customers on a hot sunny day. Always a little cooler out on the water. We banged away at keepers and short action all day. Kids and the girls did well today. I have the boat tomorrow, Saturday with the crew. Captain Jack has the 330pm to 830pm trip. Captain Jack will also be at the helm on Sunday. We look forward to seeing you at the dock. Come down and join us. Thanks, Captain Scott

Thursday June 28th Fluke Report

Hey gang. Not a lot of people down at the dock today. Only the Sea Tiger, the Angler and the Atlantic Star sailed out of Atlantic Highlands Harbor today. Tomorrow looks great though. We will be sailing tomorrow with good conditions. See you in the morning. Thx. Capt. Scott

Wednesday June 27th Fluke Report

Hey hang, I had the boat out again with the crew. We had 19 customers on the boat. I flew out to the grounds where we've been catching fish. I didn't have the right conditions with the wind against the tide and I couldn't keep the boat in the channel. I used the speed of our boat today on the prowl for fish and put a couple extra fish in the coolers. Nothing great today. No limits, some nice fish, some did better than others, some with 2 keeper fluke, some with 1, some with just shorts. Have a few regulars coming tomorrow so we'll see what happens in the morning. Well Saturday, I ended up with 27 customers and it was raining. So hopefully we'll be back out again tomorrow. Thx., Capt. Scott.

Monday June 25th Senior Day

Hey gang I had the boat out today with the crew on this gorgeous day out on the water anyway we had 22 customers 16 of them being Seniors and we pick at keepers and shorts we had one good drift where we were pulling some fish then we had ship traffic come through slow our fishing down at the end of the day, had the engines running all day. Looking forward to getting back out there again Tuesday thx Capt. Scott

Saturday June 23rd Big Fluke 8.4 Beauty!

Hey gang, only 3 open boats sailed this morning from Atlantic Highlands Harbor. Us and the two half day boats, the Star and Sea Tiger. The Sea Hawk and Fisherman had charters. I kind of new we'd be getting out today from the emails (even with the rain). I was pleasantly surprised as we ended up with 27 customers today. The deckhand from the Anger, Louis Mazzuca, is with out with me today and he brought a couple regulars from the Angler with him. One being Chet Turko who landed another beauty 8.4 lbs. It's actually pretty nice out here. Not raining and very calm. We're banging away at keepers and shorts. I'll add some more pics later this afternoon. And, as I posted, the new Prowler5 shirts are in. They come in grey, black and navy blue. Thanks Jose of the Angler they came out great. Capt. Jack will be at the helm tomorrow, Sun. June 24th. with the crew. I was telling Capt. Mikey of the Sea Hawk, that kid is so good, he's a natural. I'll be back at the helm on Monday morning for Senior Day, $45 fare. That trip seems to be working out well. Also, $5 off the fare for police officers and firemen of this great country of ours. Thank you to the great women and men who serve. 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Come on out and do some fishing with us. We look forward to seeing you at the dock and having you on the boat. Thx., Capt. Scott

Friday June 22nd Good Fluking Continues

Another Good Trip - Hey gang we had 15 customers on our boat today and had good fishing again, we had a good drift all day with 5 limits and our Philadelphia came out again and had their limit- those guys are so much fun to have on the boat ,Joe the wood butcher was going to go half day because of the weather told me he was glad I talked him out of it as he had his limit also, We boated some really big nice quality Fluke again I think it's like 6 trips in a row now we've also been out 11 straight days with the new summer time schedule 800am to 2:30pm plus I've been using the power of our boat flying out to the grounds at 23 Knotts, the crew worked hard again today and did a great job, I have peeps coming even if it's raining tomorrow Saturday June 23th so we will see you guys in the morning and Captain Jack will have the boat on Sunday and don't forget about our special Senior Day on all Mondays $45 fare, I also have the Prowler 5 shirts for all you guys that were asking for them .. The colors are Gray - Navy Blue - and Black . Double X extra Large. Large and Mediums My favorite is the Grays they look awesome thx Captain Scott

Monday June 18th Fluke Report

Good fluke trip Monday June 18th Hey gang we had 17 customers aboard today the bow did great today with limits lot a nice fish on about today had the engines run an all day again even stayed out a little later today dock around 3 o'clock. Crew great job today very busy on Deck.. fun day out on the water ..myself and the crew will see you guys in the morning..

Saturday June 16th Fluke Report

Hey Gang I spoke to Capt Jack earlier this morning he said they have 12 keeper fluke still on the first drift. We have 50 customers on the boat today. We also have a special senior citizen trip every Monday for the rest of the year for $45. Also $5 off for Police Officers and Veterans. Group rates any day of the week. Capt Jack, myself and the crew look forward to having you on the PROWLER 5.. Everyday 8:00am-2:30pm plus Saturday 3:30pm-8:30pm.. Thank You Capt Scott..

Update - Much better fluking today with limits, the crew was very busy today. Getting ready to go back out at 3:30pm..

Update - Jack said he left the fluke bitting pool was a beauty 7lb , limits and alot of nice fish on the boat, I have the boat out now for the 330pm trip with 15 peeps.. Captain Jack said to come on down tomorrow morning he's looking forward to getting back out with the crew.

Big fluke 330pm to 830pm hey gang I had the boat out and it was a good trip I had the engines running pretty much all afternoon we landed some real nice quality fluke everybody had a great time I had 15 people on the trip very comfortable to fish on this Saturday afternoon trip people really enjoy it

Friday June 15th Fluke Report

Hey gang we had that strong wind again 1st thing this morning we had 25 customers on our boat today, couple guys even came from Philadelphia.. we picked away at Keepers and short Fluke, I was using the speed of our boat today 20 knots I fish hard today, not the great Fluke fishing that I wanted today, several guys had 2 keepers some had 1 keeper, some with just shorts and a few with none.. no limits for us today, the pool fish was a nice fish, great people aboard looking forward to having them back again, the good news is Captain Jack going to have good conditions where he caught fish last week and we will not have that strong wind that we had the last two days I'll see you all at the dock tomorrow for the 3:30pm to 8:30pm trip thanks Captain Scott.

Wednesday June 12th Fluke Report

Gang a few of the big boats didn't even make it out today but we sailed with 13 customers had a few limits on fluke today little bit of a ride where we've been fishing found fish in the deeper water and pick away at keepers and shorts again.. New summer schedule sailing 8 a.m. everyday returning 2:30 p.m. I really like the new time because I'm always getting emails that they get stuck in traffic and missed the boat, plus it's a little cheaper on the fair $60 for full $55 for senior citizens and $35 for kids when we start blackfish in the fall I'll return to 7:30 a.m. see you guys in the morning thanks Captain Scott

Saturday June 2nd Fluke Report

Hey gang me John Mcgivney and Al had the boat out today with a good crowd of prowler5 regulars..we picked away at keepers and good short action all day..Bad whether the next few days with 30mph east so our next trip will be Tuesday June 5th thanks captain Scott..

Wednesday May 30th Fluke Report

Hey gang we had a much better day than yesterday, we had dense fog this morning we had 12 fares Dwayne Coppinger was back on the Prowler5 again today.We had several limits others with 2 and some one..everyone had at least a keeper Fluke and we had good short action most of the day. Had a good drift all day 0.8 to 1.2. Here's a few pictures See ya tomorrow 530am thanks Captain Scott

Tuesday May 29th Fluke Report

Hey gang we were out today May 29th Tuesday with 14 Prowler5 regulars Dwayne Coppinger and others beautiful day out on the water we picked away at keepers with short action when we started to get a drift here's a few picks from today.. See ya at 5:30 a.m. thanks captain Scott.

Monday May 28th Fluke Reprt

Hi gang we had tough conditions this morning with wind against the tide we had some shorts action on most of the drifts just not too many keepers.. Towards the end of the day we tried a new area and ended up putting some nice keeper fluke in the boat..Captain Jacks report..

Saturday May 26th Fluke Report

May 26th Saturday good Fluking continues - Hey gang Captain Jack found some nice Fluke right away 1st thing this morning with limits.. Joe Simoes of Harrison won the pool with a 6 pound fish.. family regulars on the boat again today, Captain Jack will be at the helm again Monday with Johnny and Al thx cap. Scott here's a few pic. from today PS Sunday going to be a wash out with east winds 25 to 30 and heavy rain. so next trip will be Monday May 28th.

Friday May 25th Fluke Report

Good 1st fluke trip May 25th Friday, Hey gang I had the boat out today with 14 regulars.. several limits everyone on the boat went home with fluke dinner.. Great drift all day.. Captain Jack and John and Al will see you guys in the morning and I will see you for the 330 trip tomorrow afternoon here's a few picks from today's catch

Sunday May 20th Striped Bass Report

Hey gang Regular Joe Simoes boat beauty I have the boat out today with Johnny and big Al for my crew today, Next trip Wednesday and Thursday the last day of bass fishing we have a private corporate charter.. Fluke starts Friday everyday 730am to 230pm Captain Jack myself Johnny and I look forward to seeing you guys on the dock and having a great season thanks Captain Scott.

Thurs. May 10th Striped Bass Report

There's been some big bass rolling on bunkers in the morning. We were out yesterday, Wednesday with 14 customers but couldn't find them with the dense fog in the morning. It's been a morning bite with shads and jigs and have tons of fresh clams salted on the boat for bait also. Slow day yesterday we didn't tried today. We will be lighting up tomorrow Friday. Captain Jack will have Jim Benson's charter out on Saturday daytime May the 12th. So we will only be sailing the 3:30pm to 9:00pm trip on Saturday. P.S. We will not be sailing Sunday Mother's Day May 13th. It's usually a slow day and the weather doesn't look that great. Thx., Capt.Scott

Sun. May 6th Striped Bass Trip

Hey gang, Saturday we had 40 stripers boated with a few keepers fishing in the back Bay. Sunday's fishing was slow with just a handful of shorts. Sailing everyday now 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Also, we added every Saturday afternoon 3:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. P.S. We have a charter this Saturday, May 12th daytime 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. We will be sailing our 3:30 p.m. to 9:00p.m. trip. Me and Capt. Jack will see you at the dock. Thx, Capt. Scott

Sun. April 22nd Striped Bass Trip

Sunday April 22nd Stripe Bass report - Hey gang beautiful day on the water fish the same area as yesterday lot of boat traffic today fishing was better yesterday but we still picked away at keepers with short action Kevin Kouch won the pool of Washington Township, Next trip Saturday April 28th 730am to 230pm and Sunday 730am to 230pm. Captain Jack and me and the crew look forward to seeing you next week thx Capt. Scott..

Sat. April 21st Striped Bass Trip

April 21st - Saturday - good Striped Bass trip, Hey gang had a light crowd of regulars today under a dozen people. Everyone just about landed a keeper on the boat with plenty of short action in the mix again. All bass were caught on fresh clams. Angel of Hoboken was our pool winner and Mark of Stewartsville was 2nd runner up. Going to be another beautiful day tomorrow. Me, Shane and Al will see you in the morning 5:30 a.m. Thx., Capt Scott. Here's a few pics from today.

Sat. April 14th 1st Striped Bass Trip

Hey gang Captain Jack had the boat out today it was a beautiful day to start out the season for us, we had a nice crowd of regular customers and picked away at some keepers with plenty of shorts in the mix. Phat Kai of Jersey City our pool winner and Robert Howard was the second runner up from Plainfield N.J..Next trips Sat April 21st and Sun April 22nd thx Captain Scott.

Prowler5 - Starting April 14th - Striped Bass

Hey gang. Starting April 14th the PROWLER5 will be fishing every Saturday and Sunday for a Striped Bass using fresh clams for bait and jigs. Me, Captain Jack and the crew look forward to seeing you at the dock this 2018 Season. Thank you Captain Scott.

 

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