New Jersey Fishing Photos

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A white marlin
with Fishin’ Fever
Sportfishing, Cape May.
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Sportfishing's website.

The trip went
3 for 7 on whites
and broke off
a 300-pound blue marlin.
An incredible run
of whites swam offshore
waters during this late summer.
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Sportfishing's website.

The trip also tilefished.
That catch included
golden tiles that weighed
43, 27 and 23 pounds.
Here’s one of the hefty ones.
Fishin’ Fever will also
fish for tuna and, beginning
on September’s full moon,
will start swordfishing
during daytime.
Daytime swording is
common down South,
like in Florida, but
Fishin’ Fever is pioneering
the fishing here. Those
trips fish bottom in
very deep water for the
light-sensitive billfish.
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Sportfishing's website.

Mahi mahi fishing
inshore with Jersey Cape
Guide Service, Sea Isle City.
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Guide Service's

This one was
fly-rodded aboard.
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Guide Service's

Sometimes false albacore bit.
These trips might’ve been
the year’s final for mahi
on the boat.
Remnants of a tropical storm
quickly followed by remnants
of a hurricane in September's
second week were possibly
expected to cause mahi
to migrate to warmer water.
Plus, Jersey Cape now would
begin annual traveling charters
to Montauk, N.Y., at mid-month
that fish the migrations of striped
bass, blues and albies.
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the traveling charters.

Limit of fluke
from the ocean on the
party boat Norma-K III,
Point Pleasant Beach.
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The fishing was
good right now,
the boat reported.
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Trips sailed for them
twice daily.
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Fluke fishing
on the ocean on the
party boat Big Mohawk, Belmar.
The angling was pretty good,
a report said. Some days great.
Some days, eh, okay.
Some big were canned.
Eleven pounds, 10 pounds.
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Trips fished for them daily.
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A king or Chinook salmon
from upstate N.Y.'s Salmon River
with Jay Peck Guide Service
in the first days of September.
The world-class fishing was
just getting started and only
lasts until the first weeks
of October.
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Jay Peck.

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