We want to thank everyone for a great year and
we hope you enjoyed it as well!
We are done for the season and will be back in
It's time to get the boat ready for the upcoming
Spring and Summer Seasons!
See you all in April!!!
Wednesday, January 15th
What a beautiful day it was on the water, light winds and lots of sun. We did have strong currents all day long which did put a hinderance on our bite. The morning was slow for us, but we did have to move around and make a few stops to see where we can get some life. We did manage in the afternoon to do best where we started to catch keepers and shorts in the mix. No matter how we set the boat up, most of the day the bite was from mid-ship up to the bow. It was a struggle to get some keepers, some managed to get 4, some managed 2s and 3s, some had 1 and some had none. Captain Ron
Tuesday, January 14th
Sorry guys I haven't put up any fishing reports lately, we have been very busy. Just wanted to let you know fishing has been consistent. Some nicer fish are being caught in the 10lb range and on some days guys are catching their limits. We are fishing much deeper now, so we have been using 8oz sinkers. It seems to be that white leggers are doing the trick for some of the larger fish - see you in the morning. Captain Ron
Saturday, January 4th and Monday, January 6th
On Saturday morning we had a lot of very good fisherman and we had very calm seas. We managed to find a few keepers and some shorts wherever we went but never really managed anything good. In the afternoon, the anchoring conditions fell apart and making it very diffficult to sit on some of the pieces we were fishing. We tried our best, but the conditions hindered us from putting a catch together. Sunday we lost due to the high winds and Monday (today), everything did take a good turn for the best. Fishing was good the whole day through with many limits. Good day overall, lets hope this good fishing continues. See you in the morning - Captain Ron
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The Captain Cal II sails out of the Belmar Marina on Route 35 in Belmar, NJ. We are a family owned and operated 75’ party boat that is US Coast Guard inspected & certified for safety. Fully equipped with the latest safety, navigational and electronic fish finding equipment. Clean and separate men and women restroom facilities are just some of the featured comforts found aboard.
We fish for fluke, sea bass, blackfish, bluefish, porgies, ling and other fish in season. Captain Ron has over thirty years of boating and fishing experience. He is familiar with all of the areas' fishing spots & grounds to bring home that trophy fish, and to bring you the best deep sea fishing experience!
You can drive right up to the back of the boat to unload your gear, and we will be glad to assist you! No reservations required on the Captain Call II.
Our courteous, experienced, and helpful crew is present to make your trip fun and memorable. Everyone from beginners to seasoned anglers will find a welcomed spot at the rail to enjoy their time fishing on the Captain Cal II. There is plenty of free parking on premises.
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