New Jersey Fishing Photos

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A trip for mahi mahi ...
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website.

... boxed a bunch
on the Heavy Hitter, Cape May.
Telephone if interested
in that fishing or, closer
to shore at 5-Fathom Bank,
trolling for bluefish and bonito.
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website.

A bluefin tuna. Photo from
Absecon Bay Sportsman
Center, Absecon. The shop
carried spots to liveline
for tuna and could obtain
other bait like live peanut
bunker for the fishing.
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Sportsman Center's
website.

Bottom-fishing
was very good
on the ocean on
the Dauntless, the
party boat reported.
Mostly porgies,
including these,
were bagged.
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website.

Some triggerfish
were still mixed in.
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website.

Bagging a limit
of two sea bass usually
wasn’t hard. Fluke, bluefish
and chub mackerel
were also reeled in.
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website.

Porgy fishing
was lights out
with Down Deep
Sportfishing, Keyport.
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Sportfishing's website.

Sea bass, like this one,
and triggerfish were
mixed in. Open-boat trips
fished for porgies daily.
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Sportfishing's website.

On the company’s
other boat, fluke trips
fished rough bottom
in the ocean, decking
quality keepers,
Down Deep said.
Open trips fished for
fluke daily on
that vessel, and charters
were available for
either fishing.
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Sportfishing's website.

Mahi mahi fishing
on the boat
In the Nau.
This shot and the
next are from
Josh Nau. Above, that’s
what’s meant by a
“gaffer” mahi, a big one,
large enough to gaff.

Anglers were reporting
good fishing
for the dolphin
up and down
New Jersey’s coast.

Looks like the trip
stopped on sea bass
and limited out on big, too.
Click the photo to enlarge it.
Mahi will depart soon,
migrating toward
warmer water
for fall and winter.



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