New Jersey Fishing Photos

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This was early,
only the first week
of fall, but a trip on Sept. 28
nailed good-sized stripers
to a 36-pounder with the
Down Deep Fleet, Keyport.
Visit Down Deep
Sportfishing's website.

Many other striped bass
were released on the outing.
Open-boat trips fished
for stripers daily, and
charters were available.
Down Deep was also
fishing for porgies.
Visit Down Deep
Sportfishing's website.

A yellowfin tuna
on a trip mid-range that
bagged a couple of 50-pounders,
released a smaller yellowfin
and a small bluefin tuna
and fought 40 or 50 false
albacore on the Katie H,
Belmar, in late September. Seas
were sporty, and no other boats
seemed to fish the
waters, but the area was full
of life. More of the fishing
was slated for the next weekend.
Visit Katie H's website.

Now was an opportunity
to eel striped bass with
big bluefish mixed in,
a report said from the
Vitamin Sea, Keyport.
Charters and open-boat
trips fished for them.
Visit Vitamin Sea's
website.

Traveling charters
to Montauk, N.Y., mugged
false albacore in late September
with Jersey Cape Guide Service,
Sea Isle City, N.J.
Visit Jersey Cape
Guide Service's website.

Montauk Lighthouse
is in the background.
The trips fish the migrations
of striped bass, blues and
albies from mid-September
to mid-October.
Visit Jersey Cape
Guide Service's website.

Porgies were bucketed
on trips sailing
twice daily for them on the
party boat Atlantic Star,
Atlantic Highlands.
This was a time
to stock up on the tasty fish.
Visit Atlantic Star's
website.

Salmon fishing was underway
on upstate N.Y.'s Salmon River
with Jay Peck Guide Service.
See more about
Jay Peck.

The salmon were
sizable and feisty, the best
physical shape they'd be in.
Grumpy. When. Hooked.
Visit Jay Peck
Guide Service's
website.

Capt. Dave Vollenweider from
Live to Fish Guide Service,
Montvale, was fishing for hybrid
striped bass with chicken livers
when -- surprise! -- this musky
bit. The hybrid fishing was slow
that day. Dropping water temps
were easing down to some
ideal musky ones, and he
guides for them.
Visit Live to Fish
Guide Service's
website.

Nighttime bluefishing
was picking up on the
party boat Norma-K III,
Point Pleasant Beach.
Visit Norma-K III's
website.

The trips ran
every Friday and Saturday.
Visit Norma-K III's
website.



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