New Jersey Fishing Photos

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The day was stormy,
but the anglers
on this trip on
the Vitamin Sea, Keyport,
still reeled up fluke.
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website.

This trip fished
for fluke on half
the outing
and fluke on the
other half.
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website.

Charters and open-boat
trips are fishing.
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website.

Some good tuna fishing
was bashed with Mushin
Sportfishing. Mushin is
sailing for them from
Cape May, like it does
every June and July,
until returning to home port
in Point Pleasant Beach
afterward.
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Sportfishing's website.

Sometimes the trips
mix in tilefishing.
That’s been good, too.
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Sportfishing's website.

Charters and open-boat
trips are sailing.
Go now, while the
tuna are in.
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Sportfishing's website.

A summer flounder
or fluke from Absecon Inlet
off Harrah's on a minnow
from Riptide Bait & Tackle,
Brigantine. Photo from the
shop's Facebook page.
Anglers fish for them from
land and boat off Harrah's.
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on Facebook.

Fluke from the ocean
on the party boat
Jamaica II, Brielle.
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website.

Half-day trips
fish for them twice a day
on Tuesdays through Sundays,
and one longer, full-day trip
sails for them every Monday.
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website.

Sour Kraut Sportfishing,
Leonardo, was cleaning up
on plenty of porgies,
including these. Trips were
also fluke fishing
and were going
to tuna fish.
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Sportfishing's website.

Trips that plug
for walleyes at night
on lakes might've been
finished for the year with
Live to Fish Guide Service,
the freshwater guide.
The trip shown in these
photos, on July 14, boated
a few. But a trip the
previous night was slow.
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Guide Service's
website.

The angling usually
lasts until mid-July.
So anglers would see
whether the fishing
continued. Walleyes swim
to shallows at night,
where they can be hooked
on cast plugs, good sport,
to forage on spawning
herring in summer until
about this time.
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Guide Service's
website.



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