SEA STAR III

  6 Hr. Deep Sea Fishing

FISHING REPORTS

6 Hour Fishing in Cape May, NJ.
SEA STAR III     * 2015 *

Open Boat  9 am - 3 pm Daily

Report for the week of May 11 - 17, 2015.

Christine Hansen of Lansdale, PA., Mike Ostroski of Upland, PA.,

Harry Theurer of Richboro, PA., Dominic Martino of New London, PA., Matt Rosenberg of Ardmore, PA., and Steve Stegena of Fairless Hills, PA., all took Pools aboard the SEA STAR III this week.These fish tipped the scales at 71lb, 54lb, 54lb, 60lb, 70lb, and 54lbs Respectively.

WOW!                  CONGRATULATIONS!!                       NICE FISH!!!

The Drumfish Bite turned RED HOT!!! This week the SEA STAR III caught Drumfish day and night! Mostly large fish like the ones above. Our Reservations are filling fast for our Prime Time Drumfish trips, still sailing Wednesday and Saturday nights 4PM -10 PM. Call NOW to get your seats before they are all gone!The SEA STAR III will continue to sail Daily for Drum, as well, until Friday May, 22. when we will begin fishing Fluke by Day and ONLY Drumfishing at Night.I hope to see you all very soon as our summer gets underway. I will leave with more photos of this week's action. Thanks for checking in........


Get to the SEA STAR III and This could be YOU !!!

Hope to see you soon

Capt. Chuck

and the

SEA STAR III

Crew

(609) 884-3421

Report for the week of May 18 - 24, 2015.

Bob Costello of Hellertown, PA., Harry Theurer of Richboro, PA.,

and Frank Servocky of Drexel Hill, PA., all took Pools aboard the

SEA STAR III this week on our Daily 6 hour trips. Bill Priest of North Wildwood, NJ., andPaul Bodkin of Cape May, NJ took Pools on our Prime Time Drumfish Trips. These fish were a 74lb Drum, 2lb Fluke, 3lb Fluke, 64lb Drum, and a 56lb Drum, respectively.               Congratulations!!!            Nice Fish!!!

This week the SEA STAR III began fishing for Drum by day and by night, and ended the week fishing for Fluke by day and Drum only at night. The Drum are still biting on the Jersey side even though the bite slowed over the holiday weekend. The Drum are averaging 50 - 60 lbs! The Fluke fishing started out slow, with only a few fish taken, and a few more let go over the weekend.As the water warms, I expectthings to improve. Sea Bass season opens this coming Wednesday and we plan to catch some Sea Bass as long as the weather allows. The SEA STAR III is sailing DAILY at 9AM!

I hope to see you all soon, and as always I will again leave you with some more photos of this week's action. Thanks for checking in.........