New Jersey Fishing Photos

Got a good photo? Send it to us to post. Click here.


Contents of a striper’s
stomach from the back bay
near Brigantine. Photo from
Riptide Bait & Tackle
in the town. Looked like
eels would grab a bite.
Visit Riptide
Bait & Tackle's
website.

Striper fishing
just kept getting
better on the
Vitamin Sea, Keyport,
the boat reported.
Visit Vitamin Sea's
website.

A few dates
are left for charters
this month: Nov. 27 through 30.
Open-boat trips are
fishing when no charter
is scheduled.
Visit Vitamin Sea's
website.

Some of the blackfish
from Absecon Inlet in
Atlantic City
at One Stop
Bait & Tackle
in the town.
The nearby inlet
is lined with jetties
that the tautog
gather along.
Like One Stop
on Facebook.

The bag limit
for blackfish
was going to be
increased to six
beginning Thursday
from the previous
limit of one.
Follow One Stop
on Facebook.

The shop is
holding a free
Tog Master Tournament
that would begin
Thursday and last
through the month
that awards $100
for the biggest
blackfish and $50 each
for the second and
third biggest.
Like One Stop
on Facebook.

XTC Sportfishing, Belmar,
was beating striped bass.
Visit XTC
Sportfishing's website.

The first trip
trolled the fish
to the north
at Sandy Hook Channel.
The next trips
hooked the fish
closer to port
on the ocean
on livelined bunker.
Visit XTC
Sportfishing's website.

Look at this
monster, XTC said.
Visit XTC
Sportfishing's website.

Another striped bass
from Brigantine’s surf at
Riptide Bait & Tackle
on the island. That’s a
21-pounder on Veterans' Day.
See photos of previous
ones below.
Visit Riptide
Bait & Tackle's
website.

Porgy fishing
was holding up well
on the party boat
Atlantic Star,
Atlantic Highlands.
Visit Atlantic Star's
website.

Blackfish and a sea bass
aboard. A few were
bagged on the trips, too.
The boat was bottom-fishing
for these catches daily,
and would target blackfish
beginning Thursday, when the
bag limit would be increased.
Visit Atlantic Star's
website.

A 34-inch striped bass
on the Gotta-Go II
from Leonardo. This shot
and the next from
Doug Corbet.

A 35-incher on the boat.

That’s a 36-inch striped bass
from the surf at Island Beach
State Park. Photo from
The Dock Outfitters,
Seaside Heights. Keep up
on local surf-fishing news
in reports on
The Dock’s website.
See The Dock Outfitters'
reports online.

Excellent striped bass fishing
every day, the Down Deep
Fleet, Keyport, reported.
The angling nailed
the fish on Raritan Bay
and at the mouth of the bay
on cast jigs and rubber
shads. Open-boat trips fish
for them daily, and charters
are available.
Visit Down Deep
Sportfishing's website.

One of the large
brown trout that
Jay Peck Guide Service
fishes for at upstate N.Y.
rivers and creeks for a
few weeks until the waters
freeze. The fish are huge because
they migrate from Lake Ontario.
Forage that's more abundant
in the streams than in
the lake in the cold months
attracts the fish.
See more about
Jay Peck.

Limits and more limits
of striped bass, a report
said from the Vitamin Sea,
Keyport. Nothing more
exciting than birds diving
and stripers hammering jigs,
trolling tackle and eels,
it said. Charters and open-
boat trips are fishing.
Visit Vitamin Sea's
website.



« Previous  2 3 [4] 5 6  Next »