New Jersey Fishing Photos

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on the party boat
Big Mohawk, Belmar.
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Jigs caught them well.
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The boat blackfished daily.
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whacked the catches
on this trip in November on
South Jersey’s Stray Cat
from Longport. The ocean,
because of a storm
the previous night, was
dirty in 65 feet
of water, where trips
usually fished, so this
trip pushed 6 miles
farther out.
The water was clear there,
and the bite was on.
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Open-boat trips
and charters were
hunting the tautog.
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It ain't over yet.
A 33-inch striped bass
from an Atlantic City jetty.
The photo was posted
on Nov. 27 on One Stop
Bait & Tackle in the town's
Facebook page.
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Capt. Dave Vollenweider,
above, from Live to Fish
Guide Service, the freshwater
guide, trolled lake trout
from Round Valley Reservoir
in November with friend
Lou Martinez, the outdoor writer.
The lure is a Worden's
Mag Lip. Click the photo
to enlarge it.
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That’s Lou. The fish
were hooked 25 to
35 feet below
the water surface.
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The reservoir was
45 degrees and crystal-clear
on a day that reached
the high 50 degrees,
almost 60. Dave expected
the impoundment’s
fishing for trout --
rainbows, lakers and browns
swim the water – to become
even better as weather
became colder. These were
cold-water fish, and he’s
willing to guide anglers at
the fishing. Just bundle up!
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Striped bass trips
fished the ocean throughout
Thanksgving weekend
with Jersey Cape Guide
Service, Sea Isle City.
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The trips jigged
and trolled six
to 15 stripers apiece.
The fish ranged from
20 inches to big
or 45 inches, a variety
of sizes, and that was
unusual but seemed healthy
for the population. All
different baitfish schooled
including bunker, herring and
and smaller bait including
bay anchovies and sand eels.
That seemed healthy, too.
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Only stripers, no bluefish,
were seen, though in years
past blues were mixed in.
The striper fishing was
good, and who knew how
long it would last? The fish,
of course, were beating
south to spend winter
in warmer water.
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