New Jersey Fishing Photos

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Crabs that were
rental-boated
from Barnegat Bay from
The Dock Outfitters,
Seaside Heights.
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Outfitters' website.

A customer posted
this shot of cooked
crabs from one
of the trips on
The Dock’s Facebook page.
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Outfitters' website.

Another catch
from the boats on
the bay. Crabs were also
trapped from the store’s
fishing and crabbing dock
on the bay.
Just more could be boated.
The store includes a
bait and tackle shop,
a café, the dock itself
and boat and jet-ski rentals.
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Outfitters' website.

A cobia, a southern
species that shows up
locally in summer. Photo from
Riptide Bait & Tackle in
Brigantine's Facebook page.
Someone who commented
on the post said the fish
was angled on the back bay.
That's unconfirmed, but if so,
that would be somewhat
uncommon. The fish are usually
found in the ocean or bigger
bays like Delaware Bay, gathering
at floating things like buoys.
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on Facebook.

Couple of big fluke
on the party boat
Fishermen,
Atlantic Highlands.
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website.

A limit of the fish.
Trips were fishing
for fluke daily.
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website.

Triggerfish from Atlantic City
at One Stop Bait & Tackle
in the town. The fish
hug the rocks along
jetty-lined Absecon Inlet.
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on Facebook.

On the weekly
individual-reservation trip
for fluke with Last Lady
Fishing Charters, Neptune,
on the ocean during
July's first week..
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Fishing Charters'
website.

The trips fish
every Tuesday, and kids
under 12 sail free, limited
to one per adult host.
Also, an individual-reservation
trip for cod was going
to sail at 2 a.m. Friday, July 20.
Last Lady is one
of the only boats that
fishes for cod each summer
from New Jersey.
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Fishing Charters'
website.

Fluke fishing
on the ocean was
pretty good on most trips
for them on the party
boat Gambler, Point Pleasant
Beach, a report said.
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website.

Sea bass were
in the mix, too.
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website.

Forty-five crabs
that a customer from
Sea Isle Bait & Tackle,
Sea Isle City, trapped from
Ludlam Bay in a short time.
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Bait & Tackle's
website.



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