New Jersey Fishing Photos

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Sea bass fishing
on South Jersey’s
Stray Cat from Longport.
Visit Stray Cat's
website.

The things you
see on the ocean.
Visit Stray Cat's
website.

Open-boat trips
are fishing for
sea bass every
Monday, Wednesday and
Friday. Charters are
available.
Visit Stray Cat's
website.

Mahi mahi fishing
on a 30-hour trip
this past week on
the party boat
Gambler, Point Pleasant Beach.
The trip limited out
on the dolphin, and
tuna fishing last year
was slow but took off
late in the season.
The crew hopes for a repeat.
A few spaces are
left on the offshore trips.
Visit Gambler's
website.

Sea bass fishing
with Last Lady Fishing
Charters, Neptune,
last weekend.
Visit Last Lady
Fishing Charters'
website.

Individual-reservation trips
were going to steam
for sea bass Friday and
Sunday and for cod, pollock,
big sea bass and big
porgies farther offshore
on Oct. 28.
Visit Last Lady
Fishing Charters'
website.

New York Harbor’s
striped bass fishing
was slow last weekend
in boat traffic
on Saturday …
Visit Down Deep
Sportfishing's website.

… but “came back
alive” the next day
with the Down Deep Fleet,
Keyport, a report said.
Open-boat trips, sailing
daily, eeled the fish.
When migrating stripers
dump into Raritan Bay
and the ocean, the trips
will catch them
other ways.
Visit Down Deep
Sportfishing's website.

A yellowfin tuna
on a trip that bailed
mahi mahi, limiting out
on them, on the
party boat
Miss Barnegat Light,
last weekend. The trips
are running every
weekend until daily
striped bass trips
fish every Friday through
Sunday beginning Nov. 2.
Visit Miss Barnegat
Light's website.

Dave Tronieri
with a sea bass from
a trip on a party
boat from Brielle.
This shot and the
next one are
from him.

He iced sea bass
and porgies and
said it was a great
day to be out.

Grand slam!
Annual traveling charters
to Montauk, N.Y., went
out with a bang
last weekend with
Jersey Cape Guide Service,
Sea Isle City, N.J.
The trips that Saturday
and Sunday nailed
striped bass …
Visit Jersey Cape
Guide Service's website.



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