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Black drum fishing
began to give up good
catches on Delaware Bay for
Fishin' Fever Sportfishing,
Cape May, a report said.
Here's a catch to
60 pounds on Tuesday night
on the boat.

More shots
will be posted today.

Visit Fishin' Fever
Sportfishing's website.

The year's first
soft-shell crabs for eating,
a few, became available for
this Memorial Day weekend at
Absecon Bay Sportsman Center,
Absecon. The shop raises them.
Keep up on the supply
on the store's soft-shell
Facebook page.

Delaware Bay's
black drum fishing
began to improve when
the most recent report
rolled in from the party boat
Porgy IV, Cape May. Nine of the
fish were landed aboard when
the boat gave a report Wednesday
evening when hours of the
fishing remained on the outing.
Daily trips for sea bass were
going to fish the ocean
beginning Friday, opening day of
sea bass season.
Visit Porgy IV's

A 46-pound
striped bass at
Absecon Bay Sportsman
Center, Absecon, on Tuesday.
Visit Absecon Bay
Sportsman Center's

The angler won the
annual $100 gift certificate
to the store for the
year’s first striper heavier than
30 pounds weighed-in.
Visit Absecon Bay
Sportsman Center's

The fish was
banked at the
Absecon Inlet jetty
in Brigantine. This shot
is from Riptide Bait &
Tackle on the island.
Visit Riptide
Bait & Tackle's

Striper fishing on
Raritan Bay on the
Vitamin Sea, Keyport.
Charters and open-boat
trips would also
fluke fish once fluke
season opened Thursday.
Visit Vitamin Sea's

Black drum fishing
on Delaware Bay on
the Heavy Hitter, Cape May.
An opening became
available on Sunday of
this Memorial Day weekend,
because of a cancellation.
Trips were also going
to sea bass fish on the
ocean once sea bass
season opened Friday.
Visit Heavy Hitter's

A 46-pound
striped bass on the
party boat
Miss Belmar Princess.
Mostly bluefish bit,
but the stripers
that did were large.
Trips are fishing
for blues and stripers daily.
Visit Miss Belmar
Princess's website.

Capt. Dave Vollenweider,
Live to Fish Guide Service,
the freshwater guide, trolled
and released this 30-pound
musky on Greenwood Lake.
Muskies were in post-spawn,
should be feeding, and
water was a good temp,
63 degrees, for the angling.
Visit Live to Fish
Guide Service's

That's a 49-pound striper
from the ocean on the
Tin Knocker, Point Pleasant.
See more about
Tin Knocker.

A 33-pounder
from the fishing aboard.
This was time for big stripers.
See more about
Tin Knocker.

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