New Jersey Fishing Photos

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A musky plugged
from a lake in October
on a Top H20, a top-water
from Lee's Lures, with Live to Fish
Guide Service, Montvale. Lakes
were cooling, good for fishing
for the fish of 10,000 casts.
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Guide Service's

Sea bass from the
Down Deep Fleet, Keyport.
Open-boat trips sailed for
them daily. This trip
also bailed porgies.
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Sportfishing's website.

Open trips also eeled
striped bass daily in
New York Harbor aboard.
Charters were available for
up to 15 passengers.
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Sportfishing's website.

Killer fishing
on the first two days of
sea bass season on
the Jamaica II, Brielle,
the party boat reported.
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Porgies were
pounded, too.
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Bonus, a bluefin tuna.
They swam around
the boat.
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Striped bass fishing
on the Vitamin Sea, Keport.
Trips eeled the bass.
We won't name the location.
Oh, wait.
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Anglers had to capitalize
on bites when they came,
but caught. Bluefish were
mixed in. Charters and
open-boat trips sailed.
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A 240-pound swordfish
in October on the
party boat
Miss Barnegat Light.
Lots of mahi mahi,
the boat's limit, were bagged
on the trip. So were a
longfin tuna and a smaller
sword. A white marlin was
also hooked. Whether it
was landed was unclear
in a report.
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Light's website.

Bluefish hooked from
Atlantic City's T-jetty
on a spoon. This shot
and the next are from
One Stop Bait & Tackle
in the town.
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Kingfish plucked
from the jetty. The T
is located at the ocean
end of Absecon Inlet.
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A largemouth bass,
one of two that George
Horvath from Trenton
released along with 32 bluegills
a crappie and a sunfish
on a “gold magic
treble hook,” he said, with
no bait. At the same spot,
he released 49 fish
the previous evening
on the same hook.
Amazing, he said.

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