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***Starting to bite.***
This 33-pound 3-ounce
striped bass was weighed
from Brigantine’s surf
on Nov. 9 at Riptide
Bait & Tackle on the island.
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Bait & Tackle's
website.

Despite blustery, cold weather
the next day, this
20-pounder was brought
from the town’s surf
to the store.
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Bait & Tackle's
website.

Then an angler
shared with the shop
this photo of a 28-incher
from the island’s beach
that day. All three stripers
were bagged on
bunker from the store.
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Bait & Tackle's
website.

Parker Pete’s Fishing Charters,
Belmar, resumed striped bass
fishing on Nov. 9, a Thursday,
after being weathered out
the rest of the week.
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Fishing Charters'
website.

The angling was great,
the boat reported.
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Fishing Charters'
website.

Don’t have enough
anglers for a charter?
Sign up for an
individual space with a
charter who wants more
anglers. Sign up for the
email blast on Parker Pete’s
website to be kept informed
about the spaces. Two
of the spaces were
available for Tuesday
when these shots
were posted.
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Fishing Charters'
website.

A 33-1/2-pound striped bass
from the surf
at Lavallette on Nov. 8
just before dark on a
Tsunami swim shad. Photo
from Murphy’s Hook House,
Toms River. The angler had
been snagging bunker and
livelining them for bait.
Nothing bit, so he tied
on the shad. The surf
fishing didn't see to be
peaking yet, but a few
throwbacks and sometimes
a big keeper began
to be beached.
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Hook House's
website.

The party boat
Miss Belmar Princess
ran into striped bass
to 40 pounds in the ocean
on Nov. 7, picking away
in a few shots.
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Princess's website.

Previously, the vessel
tackled big bluefish,
excellent catches, consistently
on the ocean. But when
stripers are in, the boat
gets after them. This
might've been the start.
Visit Miss Belmar
Princess's website.

Striped bass are in,
Last Lady Fishing Charters,
Neptune, reported.
Book a charter
or a space on an
individual-reservation
trip for them.
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Fishing Charters'
website.

Sea bass were in
for Last Lady, too.
Those are some, above.
Porgies and bluefish
also chomped for
trips aboard.
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Fishing Charters'
website.

Jumbo sea bass from
XTC Sportfishing,
Belmar.
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Sportfishing's website.

A 14-pound 36-inch
striped bass
from Hoboken’s T-pier.
Photo from Erik Wildermann
from the Urban
Jersey Fishing Team.
Great night, and
fish on! he said.

Some big porgies
were pounded on the
party boat
Big Mohawk, Belmar,
on the ocean.
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website.

Sea bass were
also scooped aboard.
Trips fished for
them daily and would
switch to blackfish
beginning Nov. 16,
when the bag limit
gets increased.
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website.

Stripers busting,
birds diving,
rods bending and
nets scooping! a report
said from the Vitamin
Sea, Keyport.
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website.

That summed up
fishing aboard, it said.
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website.

Charters fished,
and the next
open-boat trips
would fish Nov. 14 and
17. Nov. 19 was available
for a charter for
stripers or blackfish.
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website.



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