New Jersey Fishing Photos

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Cod fishing
picked up on Jan. 4
on the party boat
Captain Al from Point Lookout,
Long Island, N.Y.
The fish bit
in the shallows, like they
usually do at first in winter.
As the ocean becomes
colder, the cod usually
school deeper water
that’s warmer.
See more about
Captain Al.

The boat is one of the few
that’s been cod fishing
in winter for years
from Long Island. Don’t delay
a trip. This time of
year can fish best.
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Captain Al.

What one angler
from One Stop
Bait & Tackle,
Atlantic City, N.J.,
does this time of year:
fishes from the Keys!
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on Facebook.

Headed for
winter blackfishing
on the ocean on the party boat
Big Mohawk, Belmar.
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website.

The fishing was good,
the boat reported.
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website.

Jigs caught well,
but on days when
wind prevented fishing
with jigs, rigs hooked
quite a few.
Trips were blackfishing daily.
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website.

The year’s final
sea bass trips offshsore
produced some beauties
for all anglers on the
party boat Gambler,
Point Pleasant Beach,
before sea bass season
was closed beginning
on the first of the year,
a report said.
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website.

Check out
that weakfish, right,
on one of the trips.
Customers also bagged
porgies, like the one
here, and ling.
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website.

There’s a lobster
in the mix. Trips afterward
fished for ling,
cod, mackerel and blackfish
Wednesdays through Saturdays
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
So those trips were named
the Lazy Man’s Special.
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website.

Blackfish on the
party boat
Atlantic Star, Atlantic Highlands.
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website.

The fishing was
alright, except when
the water was churned.
Blackfish like clear water.
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website.

The trips were
slated to fish daily
through Jan. 6. Afterward,
the boat went on
winter break.
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website.

Ahh, Florida.
Jersey Cape Guide Service
from Sea Isle City, N.J.,
began annual traveling
charters to the Florida Keys
during the holidays.
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Guide Service's website.

Sight-fishing
on the flats of the
bay aboard. Jersey Cape
offers the trips from
Christmas to Easter
each year.
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Guide Service's website.

A redfish
from the angling.
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Guide Service's website.

A snook from the
back country
or the Everglades.
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Guide Service's website.

What?!
A striped bass?
When Jersey Cape returned
to Sea Isle around New Year’s,
it took an angler striper
fishing on the ocean,
and caught! The water
was 43 degrees, about as
as cold as
stripers will bite in.
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Guide Service's website.

A couple of dozen
throwback stripers
to 27 inches were
jigged and released
on the trip. We would
say that these were
probably the season’s
final shots of stripers
on this website, but
Jersey Cape planned to
fish for them more,
so maybe not!
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Guide Service's website.



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