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Sandy Hook Fishing Reports


2016-05-26
8:17 AM

First SeaBass trip - Left the Blues in the bay today and headed offshore to test the bottom fishing. Water still a little cold for the Fluke so I targeted Sea Bass. Even though the water was still a little dirty Found plenty of small fish on the near shore grounds with s more...
Capt. Karl McKenna - Sandy Hook


2014-04-23
10:29 AM

Hot Bass bite on PrimeTime - April 21. First trip of the season. Flat seas, warm and sunny and the fishing was fantastic. Started out clamming and had action all morning with fish from 12 inches to 20 + lbs. The bite slowed with the slack tide so I put out the trolling rods and more...
Capt. Karl McKenna - Sandy Hook


2012-07-01
11:33 AM

Fluke fishing improving - June 30 2012 Fluke fishing starting to fall into the summer norm now. Fished from the naval pier to the false hook and put together a nice catch of keeper fluke with the largest topping 4.5 lbs. Nice summer day on the water. Capt. Karl PrimeTimeCh more...
Capt. Karl McKenna - Sandy Hook


2012-05-07
11:35 AM

Striper fishing at Sandy Hook - May 5 Foggy and rainy conditions today. Landed the first Striper within a few minutes of dropping anchor and figured it was going to be another slammer day. After many empty hooks, a few skates and a couple of runoffs we landed our next striper a cou more...
Capt. Karl McKenna - Sandy Hook


2012-04-26
10:18 AM

Clam beds alive with feeding Bass - April 21. Ran out to the clam beds again on a foggy morning. We were the only boat on the grounds for hours. Had our first Bass on within about 10 min. All of the fish were over 15 lbs and very active giving a great fight right up to the net. Had the more...
Capt. Karl McKenna - Sandy Hook


2012-04-10
10:13 AM

First Striper trip of 2012 a big success - Made the first trip of the spring in some pretty tough conditions with nw winds 15 to 25knts. It was hard to feel the lite bite of the striper with the cold water and the bouncy conditions. The Bass were feeding heavy though and we came up with empty more...
Capt. Karl McKenna - Sandy Hook


2011-04-24
7:53 AM

First trip and a limit of Bass - First trip of the year,first Bass of the year and first limit catch of the year. Rough water on Friday out at Romer but the bumpy ride was worth it. Had the first fish on in about 10 min and it was great action from then on. Water was cold (49 degree more...
Capt. Karl McKenna - Sandy Hook


2010-08-09
9:24 AM

Fluke fishing off Sandy Hook 8/6 - 8/8 - The Fluke fishing was up and down this weekend with winds that went from dead calm to 25 knots. When the winds were in the 10 to 15 knot range the fishing was great with lots of shorts and keepers averaging 20 inches plus.When to wind disappeared the more...
Capt. Karl McKenna - Sandy Hook


2010-07-04
11:10 AM

Summer fishing in full swing at Sandy Hook - July 3. Fluke fishing was tough today because the wind was blowing against the tide and a good drift was hard to find. We made a dozen or so moves between the bay and ocean to scratch out a catch of keepers as well as many shorts,skates and dogfish. more...
Capt. Karl McKenna - Sandy Hook


2010-06-23
9:51 AM

Fathers day Fluke - June 20. Fathers day Fluke trip. Ran down the beach with Bunker trying to find some Bass on top. Found a bunch of Bunker schools but no Bass or Blues around. Started Fluking off the beach and hit shorts and doggies. Moved into the bay and started to more...
Capt. Karl McKenna - Sandy Hook

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