Fishing Report for the week of Sept. 2 - 8, 2019.

Kyle Burst of Vineland, NJ., Frank Servocky of Drexel Hill, PA(Three trips in a row!!!)., and Wayne Ryan

of Tabernacle, NJ., all took pools this week aboard the SEA STAR III. These fish, all Fluke, tipped the scales at

5.15lb, 3.25lb, 4lb, 2.75lb, 2.25lbs respectively.  CONGRATULATIONS!!!

6 Hour Fishing in Cape May, NJ.
SEA STAR III     * 2019 *

FISHING REPORTS

SEA STAR III

Just a short drive from : CAPE MAY, NJ * CAPE MAY POINT, NJ* WILDWOOD, NJ* STONE HARBOR, NJ* AVALON, NJ* SEA ISLE CITY, NJ* STRATHMERE, NJ* OCEAN CITY, NJ*

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

Hope to see you soon

Capt. Chuck and the

SEA STAR III

Crew

Still picking away at the Fluke. Before the Hurricane went by the action was heating up. The storm kept us at the dock a couple of days and since the storm there had been a big swell and the Fluke don't like it. It did get a little better Today and I hope that as things settle down the action will pick back up so we can end the Fluke season STRONG! I hope that you all will join us for another shot at Fluke before it's too late. Sept. 21st is the last day!

The summer crowds are gone and we still have two weeks left for Fluke So what are you waiting for???

Here are some more photos from this week's action including Chris with his 6.10lb Fluke taken TODAY!!!

Thanks for checking in.....

Just a short drive from : Cape May, NJ * Cape May Point, NJ* Wildwood, NJ* Stone Harbor, NJ* Avalon, NJ* Sea Isle City, NJ* Strathmere, NJ* Ocean City, NJ

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

Hope to see you soon

Capt. Chuck and the

SEA STAR III

Crew

This week high winds made fishing difficult or just plain impossible most days. We did manage some fish when we were able to get out. Fluke mixed with Sea Bass at the reefs and it was nice to see some Sea Bass before the season closed. Now we are all about Fluke for the next 20 days so if that is what you're looking for, NOW is the time! That's right, summer flew bye and there is ONLY 20 Days left to catch Fluke in 2019! Certainly not the best Fluke Season we have had but we have had some successes with large fish and with some limit catches along the way and now we hope to finish out strong and would love for YOU ALL to join us for another shot at the Flat fish before it is too late! The SEA STAR III will, however, continue to sail on our DAILY schedule until sometime in December for various other fish. Here are some more photos from 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

This week on the SEA STAR III the action seemed a bit slower, and Keepers were getting harder to find, but we managed some each trip. Summer is now fading fast and we are entering our last month of Fluke fishing season, so I hope that you all plan a trip and join us for a day on the water and give yourself  an opportunity at some of these Fluke before it is too late. Still sailing DAILY at 9am! Once again I will leave you with some more photos from 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

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Fishing Report for the week of August 19 - 25, 2019.

Frank Servocky of Drexel Hill, PA (Twice, back to back!)., Mike Birmingham of Merchantville, NJ.,

Alex Bell of Whippany, NJ., and Bob Rubeo of N.E. Phila, PA., all took Pools aboard the SEA STAR III this

week. These fish weighed in at 1.75lb(Sea Bass), 4.95lb (Fluke), 2.25lb (Fluke), 3.20lb(Fluke) and 2lb(Weakfish).

CONGRATULATIONS!!!

6 Hr. Deep Sea Fishing Charters

This week on the SEA STAR III we saw up and down Fluke action as we had some weather issues to deal with. Some Keepers and shorts on most trips this week and some variety started to show up as well. Triggerfish, Croakers, and Blues to name a few, along with Fluke and Sea Bass kept the rods bending and with only a week left for Fluke we hope to finish strong. I hope you all can get out again this week as we round out the Fluke season. The SEA STAR III will continue to sail our DAILY schedule even after Fluke season ends and we will target some of the variety mentioned above. As always, I will again leave you with some more photos from 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

Open Boat  9 am - 3 pm Daily

Weather and drifting conditions made for a  tough week for the SEA STAR III. Mostly short Fluke with only an occasional Keeper made us start exploring new areas again. Some Sea Bass were mixed in on a few trips and as the winds came from the North East this weekend, we found some Weakfish, Croakers, and a couple of Blowfish off of Cape May Point. Overall, action wasn't bad, but not much was taken home for our efforts. We'll have to see what happens after this weekends NorEaster blows through. Hopefully we can get back on some Keepers when the weather straightens out. As always, I will again leave you with some more photos from this week's action. Thanks for checking in.....

Fishing Report for the week of Sept. 9 - 15, 2019.

Bob Malone of Bel Air, MD., Paul Bodkin of CMCH, NJ., Chuck DeSantis of Springfield, PA.,

Randy Hannings of Landsdale, PA., Judy Unger of Villas, NJ., Wayne Ryan of Tabernacle, NJ.,

all took Pools aboard the SEA STAR III this week. Bob won with a 3.45lb Triggerfish, Paul with a 1.5lb Blue,

Chuck with a 3.40lb Fluke, Randy with a 3.60lb Fluke, Judy with a .80lb Croaker, and Wayne with a 4.25lb Fluke.                                                       CONGRATULATIONS!!!

Fishing Report for the week of August 26 - September 1, 2019.

Dave Beccaria of Venice, FL., Dennis DiLodovico of Springfield, PA., Sam Sibila of Cinnaminson, NJ.,

Frank Servocky of Drexel Hill, PA., and Blane Womble of Mt. Royal, NJ., all took Pools aboard the

SEA STAR III this week. Dave with a 1.5lb Sea Bass, Dennis with a 3lb Fluke, Sam with a giant 3.75lb Sea Bass!, Frank with a 4.35lb Fluke, and Blane with a 4.05lb Fluke. CONGRATULATIONS!!!

Fishing Report for the week of August 12 - 18, 2019.

James Trajano of Phila., PA., Frank Servocky of Drexel Hill, PA., Pat Riley of New Egypt, NJ.,

E.J. Wargo of Elmer, NJ., Frank Servocky(Again)., and Bob Rubeo of N.E. Phila., PA., all took Pools

aboard the SEA STAR III this week. These fish, All Fluke but one, weighed in at 4lb, 2lb(Sea Bass), 2.5lb,

3.25lb, 3.60lb, and 4.30lbs respectively.  CONGRATULATIONS!!!

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