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Something different.
Winter flounder
from Shark River in Belmar
at Murphy’s Hook House
in Toms River. The shop
was reporting good
fishing for them there
and also flounder
from Barnegat Bay near
Bay Head and the
catches from
Manasquan River.
Visit Murphy's
Hook House's
website.

Annual, daily trips
for cod began Friday
on the party boat
Captain Al from Point
Lookout on Long
Island, N.Y., and got
off to a good start.
Some good catches
of cod were made.
See more about
Captain Al.

One of the cod
was jigged, and the
rest were clammed.
When baitfish, usually herring,
school, jigging can work
well, and anglers enjoy
that. Some dogfish were
mixed in, but not
badly. The boat is this
site’s nearest to New
Jersey that fishes
for cod daily each winter.
See more about
Captain Al.

Blackfishing on the
party boat Big Mohawk, Belmar.
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website.

The catches were
good and included
some of the tautog
to just under 10 pounds,
the boat reported.
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website.

This one was jigged,
and jigging was
working well aboard.
Green crabs are
provided, and white
crabs are available
for sale on the boat.
Visit Big Mohawk's
website.

Wreck fishing at the Mudhole
on the party boat
Jamaica II, Brielle. Above,
a cod that won the
pool for this angler.
He also bucketed
25 ling and three sea bass.
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website.

Check out this
big weakfish, at left,
that was hooked.
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website.

Bucket ‘o ling
from the trip.
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website.

More ling.
The trip picked
away at them and
also sea bass.
Nine-, 12- and 14-hour
trips are fishing.
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website.

A steelhead from
upstate New York's
Salmon River with
Jay Peck Guide Service.
The fishing is world-class
through winter.
See more about
Jay Peck.

This striped bass
was boated
on the ocean off
Brigantine on Friday.
Photo from Riptide
Bait & Tackle
on the island.
“The school was back,”
the shop reported.
Some Mojo’s to troll
for the fish were left
and were 25 percent off.
Visit Riptide
Bait & Tackle's
website.

Might’ve been difficult
to think about fishing
in last week’s cold snap,
but better days were
coming, the Hi Flier,
Barnegat, reported. Warmer
weather was forecast, and
open-boat trips and
charters are fishing
for striped bass on
the ocean. Those are some
from Monday aboard.
From throwbacks to
15-pounders were biting.
Lots were 28 to 30 inches.
Visit Hi Flier's
website.

This angler limited out
on blackfish to this
8-1/2-pounder on the
party boat Porgy IV, Cape May,
on the ocean. Several
anglers limited
on the tautog on the trip.
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website.

A 33-pound striper
that was plugged
from Atlantic City’s T-jetty
on a Daiwa SP Minnow lure.
Photo from One Stop
Bait & Tackle in the town.
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The party boat
Captain Al, Point Lookout,
Long Island, N.Y., was
going to begin annual,
daily trips for cod
on Friday.
See more about
Captain Al.

And trips were
already nailing a
few of the fish
when the boat was
blackfishing daily
previously.
Those are some
in these shots.
See more about
Captain Al.

The vessel is
this website’s nearest
to New Jersey that fishes
for cod daily. The angling
is often best in
in the second half of
December and part of
January, so don’t delay.
See more about
Captain Al.

South Jersey’s
Stray Cat
from Longport sailed
for striped bass
last Sunday and Monday
on the ocean.
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website.

The fishing was
pretty good, Stray Cat
reported, catching on
livelined bunker and
on the troll
off Ocean City.
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website.

An open-boat trip
would fish for stripers
aboard Saturday, because
a few anglers wanted
to go, and some
spaces were available.
Open trips will blackfish
Monday through Friday.
Sunday was chartered.
Visit Stray Cat's
website.



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