New Jersey Fishing Photos

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An inshore exotics trip
pasted mahi mahi, including
these, 25 miles from shore
on the party boat
Gambler,
Point Pleasant Beach,
on Monday.
Visit Gambler's
website.

False albacore, including this one,
bonito, bluefish and mackerel
were also reeled in.
The species of
mackerel wasn’t reported.
A similar trip is slated
for Sunday that will run
for bonito, albies and blues.
Visit Gambler's
website.

An 11-pound 3-ounce fluke,
a whopper,
the biggest this year so far,
on the party boat Atlantic Star,
Atlantic Highlands, last weekend
on Saturday. Trips were going
to continue fluking twice daily
through this Saturday, the final
day of fluke season.
Visit Atlantic Star's
website.

Annual traveling charters
to Montauk, N.Y., began
last weekend that fish
the migrations of striped
bass, blues and false albacore
with Jersey Cape Guide Service,
Sea Isle City, N.J.
Visit Jersey Cape's
Traveling Charters
Webpage.

The fishing
angled a bunch
of stripers to 44 inches,
bluefish, sea bass
and porgies
on two trips that
Saturday and Sunday.
Visit Jersey Cape's
Traveling Charters
Webpage.

Another one of the stripers.
The charters are offered
until mid-October.
Visit Jersey Cape's
Traveling Charters
Webpage.

Fishing locked right back
into porgies, okay catches,
not fantastic, after the
stormy weather with the
Down Deep Fleet, Keyport.
Visit Down Deep
Sportfishing's website.

Come out, load up,
Down Deep always says.
Open-boat trips are fishing
for them daily. Open trips are
also sailing for fluke daily.
Charters are available.
Visit Down Deep
Sportfishing's website.

Above, that was
the one fishable
day, on Sept. 12, between
remnants of a tropical
storm and remnants of a
hurricane that week on the
party boat Porgy IV, Cape May.
Blue skies, calm seas.
Trips were
scheduled to fish for
summer flounder
on the ocean daily.
Visit Porgy IV's
website.



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