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For anglers
who could bucktail
very sticky bottom, fishing
for big fluke was
excellent right now
on the ocean with Parker
Pete’s Fishing Charters, Belmar,
Parker Pete’s reported.
You’re going to snag
and lose tackle on
wrecks and rocks on
short drifts of the boat.
But monster fluke.
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Fishing Charters'
website.

Bluefin tuna
off Prince Edward Island,
Canada. These shots are
from Capt. Joe Baumle
from Sour Kraut Sportfishing,
Leonardo. He was visiting
to fish for giants.
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Sportfishing's website.

This bluefin weighed
300 to 400 pounds,
we’re guessing. But that
was a small one there,
or the anglers were
looking for twice the size,
and had a chance to succeed.
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Sportfishing's website.

Wow. That’s unusual.
A barracuda from New Jersey.
A big one, at that :
35 pounds, 55 inches.
Photo from Sea Isle
Bait & Tackle, Sea Isle City.
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Bait & Tackle
on Facebook.

A tuna with
Mushin Sportfishing,
Point Pleasant Beach.
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Sportfishing's website.

Another. The trip also
released a 450-pound
blue marlin. Charters and
open-boat trips
were fishing.
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Sportfishing's website.

A hybrid striped bass
on a trip that also
angled a bunch of
white perch, large sunnies
and two brown bullheads
with Capt. Dave Vollenweider
from Live to Fish Guide Service,
the freshwater guide,
at Lake Hopatcong in late
August. Weather broke for
a moment and became cooler,
after heat was just
overbearing on previous days.
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Guide Service's
website.

On a trip that Dave
took in the previous
week, he found Round
Valley Reservoir full of water.
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Guide Service's
website.

This is a shot
from Dave of Round Valley
in December 2016,
when the water
was extremely low
in a drought. In this
photo, the water was
well below the boat
ramp. See the same
ramp in the previous
shot. Took a long time
for the water
level to recover.
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Guide Service's
website.

Check out this cobia
on one of the party
boat Jamaica II, Brielle’s,
fluke trips on the ocean.
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website.

Something not often
seen in the heat
of summer: a better-sized
blackfish
from along a jetty.
This shot and the next
are from One Stop Bait &
Tackle, Atlantic City.
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on Facebook.

Another.
Lots of smaller,
undersized blackfish snapped
along jetty-lined Absecon Inlet
in town. They gave up
action. But customers more
often reeled in kingfish
from the surf beside the
inlet, summer flounder
off Harrah’s, and snapper
bluefish everywhere.
Customers fish all of these
spots on foot.
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