New Jersey Fishing Photos

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Down Deep Sportfishing,
Keyport, began fishing
the ocean for fluke,
after fluking on
Raritan Bay previously.
That’s a fluke, left,
and a sea bass.
Sea bass can be
mixed in on the ocean.
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Sportfishing's website.

Open-boat trips
are fluking
at 6 a.m. daily and
2 p.m. Saturdays.
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Sportfishing's website.

On Down Deep’s
other boat, porgy fishing
was incredible. Open trips
are fishing for them
during the same hours,
6 a.m. daily and
2 p.m. Saturdays,
on that vessel. Sea bass
and winter flounder were
mixed in. Charters are
available for either fishing.
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Sportfishing's website.

A 6.8-pound
summer flounder from the
back bay at Sea Isle
Bait & Tackle,
Sea Isle City.
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Bait & Tackle's
website.

George Horvath from Trenton
fished ultralight tackle
for carp at Robert G.
Martin Lake, landing two
18-inch 3-pounders. During
that angling, he also hooked
14 bullheads, two bluegills,
two pumpkinseeds,
a crappie, a red-eared
terrapin, a 12-inch,
feral goldfish and two
snapper turtles.

That’s one of the
snappers
from George’s trip.
Each weighed 14 ½ pounds.

Jersey Cape Guide Service,
Sea Isle City,
took a run to Spencer Canyon
offshore last weekend and
trolled this white marlin.
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Guide Service's
website.

The trip also
trolled three yellowfin
tuna to 65 pounds.
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Guide Service's
website.

A few days previously,
this angler popper-plugged
three striped bass
on the back bay aboard.
That’s good sport and something
Jersey Cape specializes in
during summer. The trips
pole a flats boat in shallows
and often sight-cast
to the bass.
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Guide Service's
website.



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