905 Marina Drive
Belmar, NJ

732-977-2020
info@captaincal2.com
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DAILY UPDATES

 

We Sail Everyday 7:30am to 3:30pm

 

Fishing Season:

Blackfish 

We have White Leggers

 

All Day Fishing - $75 Adults, $70 Seniors $40 Kids

 

Please do not get on the boat before our crew members arrive !!!

 

 

 

Sunday, December 8th

It was a beautiful morning with a lot of nice people on board.  It was a little tricky anchoring in the morning, but once the conditions settled down we started to pick at some keepers.  It was nothing good, but we did manage to have a bite around the boat.  We moved a few times only to find the same, the fish were very finiky today.  Pool winner was Kevin Goodwin with an 8.5lber.  Nice fish Kev way to go.  See you in the morning - Captain Ron

 

Saturday, December 7th

Today started off with bites right from the start.  We picked and plucked throughout the day and there were times that we had decent fishing.  At the end of the day we ended up very good, with very nice quality keepers.  We had guys on the boat with their limits up to 6lbs.  Good day overall  - see you in the morning.  Captain Ron

 

Friday, December 6th

Today we had a lot of good regulars on the boat and everyone was ready with their white leggers.  The first stop of the day we did have a steady pick of keepers with shorts that were short.  We decided to change it up a little bit and tried an area we haven't fished in a while and we did manage to get a couple of nice fish there also.  Chris from North Jersey ended up with 4 keepers and an 8lb pool fish.  His friend John ended up with 4 keepers and his biggest fish being around 5lbs.  Charlie from Freehold ended up with 3 nice keepers and numerous shorts.  John Durish from Livingston had 3 nice keepers and a dozen or more throwbacks.  Some of the other people struggled a little bit, some were getting bites and some managed 1 or 2.  Weather looks good for tomorrow, see you in the morning.  Captain Ron

 

Wednesday, December 4th

What a difference a few days make.  Today we had high quality fishermen and it started with a consistent pick of shorts and keepers.  Our first drop lasted about 3 1/2 hours.  We did make 2 other moves throughout the day and we managed to catch keepers on both of them.  Few guys had limits, few had 4 keepers with many throwbacks, and the other had 3 keepers.  Decent day had by all, lots of life, lots of bites.  Weather looks good for the next couple of days.  See you in the morning - Captain Ron

 

Sunday, December 1st

It was a beautiful morning to start the day, alot of great people on the boat.  We had light winds and calm seas.  We thought we had everything inline and the setting was just perfect.  On our first few stops in the morning, we had a slow pick of fish that included shorts and keepers.  Throughout the day we bounced around only to find the same.  We really couldn' t build anything or get anything started even though we had very good fishermen on the boat.  It seemed like we would have a little flurry of fish at the beginning of every stop, and that was it.  It was a slow day overall!  See you in the morning - Captain Ron

 

Friday, November 29th

First stop this morning we had a decent bit all the way up until Noon.  Some guys managed to get their limit by noon, some guys had 3 and 4 and some had 1-3.  We made 2 other stops throughout the day and managed to catch keepers there as well.  It was a decent day for bites and life.  Some guys struggled to get a few, and some guys did very well.  Weather looks great for tomorrow, see you in the morning - Captain Ron

 

Tuesday, November 26th

It was a beautiful day out on the ocean today, the sun was shinning and the skies were blue.  Our first stop of the morning we had a decent bite of fish with many shorts coming over the rail and we did manage to eek out some nice keepers in the mix.  Our second drop we decided to go a little deeper and we managed to find the same, but on this stop there were more keepers and less shorts.  Lots of activity throughout the day - see you in the morning! Captain Ron

 

 

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Directions

Welcome aboard the 75' Captain Cal II

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.

 

Afternoon/evening charters available. Click here to learn more. 

Sailing Daily | Open Boat
No Reservations Required

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