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Ben Santos
from Aberdeen’s
10-pound 5-ounce fluke
Tuesday on the party boat
Atlantic Star, Atlantic Highlands.
That was the biggest
aboard this year.
Visit Atlantic Star's
website.

Kingfish
from Atlantic City's
surf at One Stop
Bait & Tackle
in the town.
Click photo to enlarge.
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on Facebook.

There’s a good one.
An 8-pound fluke
that Ed, above, boated
on Doug Corbet’s
Bend My Rod
from Leonardo.
Photo from Doug.

South Jersey's
Stray Cat from Longport
is on the summer flounder.
Visit Stray Cat's
website.

It is a flounder-fishing machine.
Visit Stray Cat's
website.

Charters and
open-boat trips
are fishing for
the fluke on
the ocean.
Visit Stray Cat's
website.

Fluke from the
ocean with
XTC Sportfishing,
Belmar.
Visit XTC
Sportfishing's website.

Brown sharks
are haunting
Brigantine’s surf.
This shot and the
next from Riptide
Bait & Tackle
on the island.
Visit Riptide
Bait & Tackle's
website.

The species is required
to be released
and swims the warm surf
in summer. Mid-island
seemed to hold most,
the shop reported.
Keep up with the latest
on Riptide's Facebook page.

Fluke fishing
on Raritan Bay on
the Vitamin Sea, Keyport.
Visit Vitamin Sea's
website.

Freshwater runoff
from rain seemed
to affect the angling
when these shots were
snapped, but fishing is
day-to-day or changes.
Charters and open-boat
trips are fluking, and space
was available on open
trips including around
this Fourth of July weekend.
Visit Vitamin Sea's
website.

"Bald eagle
overlooking today's
minnow trip," Absecon
Bay Sportsman Center,
Absecon, said!
Visit Absecon Bay
Sportsman Center's
website.

Yellowfin tuna
from a day-troll
at a southern canyon
with Mushin Sportfishing,
Point Pleasant Beach,
on Sunday.
Visit Mushin
Sportfishing's website.

The boat, like last year,
is docked at Cape May
through July to take
advantage of the fishing
to the south. Charters
and a limited number of
open-boat trips are sailing.
Visit Mushin
Sportfishing's website.

Another from the trip.
The fishing was slower
that day because of boat
traffic in beautiful
weather after wind and
storms previously. But
Mushin trolled several
yellowfins and a mahi mahi
before the fleet arrived
at sunup.
Visit Mushin
Sportfishing's website.

This 5.8-pound fluke
was in the lead for
the monthly pool in June
on the party boat
Gambler,
Point Pleasant Beach.
Trips are fluking twice
daily on the ocean.
Visit Gambler's
website.

Jersey Cape Guide Service,
Sea Isle City,
is sight-casting to
striped bass with popper
lures and flies, good sport,
drawing explosive, visual attacks.
Visit Jersey Cape
Guide Service's
website.

The fish bite
best in evenings
that coincide with
high tides, happening
every two weeks.
A flats boat is poled
in shallows, like in a
tropical destination.
Visit Jersey Cape
Guide Service's
website.

Jersey Cape
is also fishing for
summer flounder or
fluke on the back bay.
Visit Jersey Cape
Guide Service's
website.

Plus, trips aboard
are inshore sharking,
catch-and-release
fishing within 10
miles from shore,
a chance to fight a
big catch without the
the long trip offshore.
Many of the trips
shark with bait, but
Jersey Cape also fly-rods
the fish with chum flies.
Visit Jersey Cape
Guide Service's
website.

George Horvath
from Trenton found out
that a bluefish he tagged
and released at Manasquan
Inlet in May was hooked
and released at South
Amboy five days later.
George has been notified
like this about 242 fish
he tagged.

The Down Deep Fleet
is fluke fishing
on the ocean.
Visit Down Deep
Sportfishing's website.

Open-boat trips
sail for them daily.
Visit Down Deep
Sportfishing's website.

Charters are available,
and charters and daily,
open trips are also
fishing for ling, cod
and winter flounder.
Down Deep runs two
boats, each accommodating
up to 15 passengers.
Visit Down Deep
Sportfishing's website.



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