Jersey Nutz Sport Fishing in Pt. Pleasant NJ, Offering Inshore and online spielautomaten Offshore Fishing Charters.
Our Mission is to provide each and every one of our clients with a world class fishing Adventure, top of the line crew, and equipment.
Captain Robert Melton and the crew of the Jersey Nutz has been extensively fishing the waters off of NJ and the entire east coast for the past 15 years. With tournament proven methods, perfected by a team on the top of its game, you can be sure that we are here to put you on the fish.
The Jersey Nutz team is located in Pt. Pleasant NJ, just minutes from 195 and the NJ Parkway. This location allows us instant access to some of the Best Inshore And Off Shore Charter Fishing New Jersey has to offer, via a short ride through the Manasquan Inlet. Whether you are wanting to chase down trophy Bass, Play tog of war with a Blackfish, and do battle with a Yellowfin Tuna, we can make it happen.
The Jersey Nutz team has excelled and proven themselves as a producing team when it comes to fishing the offshore waters of NJ, Capitalizing on our 24 hour overnight Tuna trips offers our customers the biggest bang for their buck. While ensuring we are on the tuna grounds during prime times to put fish in the boat. Also during the Spring and Fall we offer 8 hour trips for trophy Striped Bass. Chasing these fish has become a mastered skill of the crew and always been a long time love for us.
Well i tell you what guys there are yellowfin in the local canyons up north. With it being the weekend we decided to avoid the crowd at the infamous wilmington and go to some new water much closer that no one had fished yet. From what we heard it was the right call. We worked by ourselves basically the whole trip without another boat in sight and what is viagra soft tabs had a steady pick of yellowfin all in the 50lb class. Had just as many miss the hook as we did boat but that's what gulf stream yellowfin do. Drifted the night and had two makos, kept one for the crew and the other swam away freely. We also had a bigeye come up and take the flatline, empty the spool and then break off which made for some good excitement.
Ended the trip with 14 yellowfin (7 were boated the others were released), a nice mako, a lost eyeball and a missed white.