The captains of the Beach Haven Charter Fishing Association have been busy on the water this past week.
Captain Dave Kreines of “Byte Me” Sportfishing had some spare time on his hands recently so he did a little drifting on the ICW behind Beach Haven and picked up a pair
The theme this week for the boats of the Beach Haven Charter Fishing Association is variety. The captains are scoring and getting excited about the fishing in the bay, in the ocean not too far from the inlet, and offshore.
The captains of the Beach Haven Charter Fishing Association are smiling again as warm, decent weather has returned to Beach Haven. The winds have abated, the water temperatures are rising, and the fishing is on the upswing. Currently leading the hit parade are nice sized fluke
Strong winds have been prevalent in the Beach Haven area for well over a week. First the winds were pretty much from the southwest and now they are howling from the northeast. When the captains of the Beach Haven Charter fishing Association are able to get some fishing in, they
Memorial Weekend has come and gone on Long Beach Island, with the boats of the Beach Haven Charter Fishing Association experiencing no difficulty finding an abundance and variety of fish for their anglers. Once again big bluefish dominated the action.
There have been several changes over the winter in the Beach Haven Charter Fishing Association. The biggest change was a sad one for the Association with the passing of Captain John Koegler of the boat “Pop’s Pride.” Captain John was a founding father of the BHCFA and a fixture
Thanksgiving is arriving in Beach Haven, but many of the captains of the Beach Haven Charter Fishing Association are thinking of striped bass rather than turkey. While some of the captains have begun to prepare their boats and equipment for the winter storage, some are still
The captains of the Beach Haven Charter Fishing Association have been watching the striped bass migration slowly work its way south to the Long Beach Island area. In the past several days there has been an outstanding bite just outside Barnegat Inlet along with some serious
With the 2015 version of I cast behind us and some 889 new products introduced to the public there are some out-standing new products that will have a great impact on the fishing industry. As always is the case at I cast the show of nearly a week long and some 270 companies... read more
In today’s fishing world, the majority of fish caught from freshwater impoundments are released to swim and fight another day. Catch and release, like recycling, is a good thing and helps to preserve the fishery. To assure that the fish you land has the best chance of survival,... read more
As we are quickly progressing into the summer time fishing a few things change the fisherman’s thought process; the first and most important is location. “Fish where the fish are.” You just cannot be successful in the heat of the summer unless you understand the factors that... read more
Those of you that have been around the fishing world as long as I have started your jig fishing with a traditional hair jig; it was to say the least the “Cat’s Meow.” Not only was the best of the hair jigs great bait, but if it was made of bear hair it was even better. The bear... read more
July brings sunny days, higher water temperatures and lots of pleasure boats to Lake Norman. Such conditions influence fish to move to deeper water during the day where it’s not only cooler, but the environment is less stressful. But when dusk arrives, the fish return to their... read more