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Striped bass fishing
Friday on the ocean on
the party boat Gambler,
Point Pleasant Beach.
Visit Gambler's
website.

Was a bit of a ride
with a handful of anglers,
but good jigging
for mostly throwbacks
and slots was found.
The captain saw
a variety of bait including
sand eels, bunker
and mackerel, a report said.
Visit Gambler's
website.

Trips are fishing
for stripers daily.
Offshore sea bass trips
are slated for later
in the month, too.
Reserve the sea bass trips.
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website.

Sea bass on the
party boat Dauntless,
Point Pleasant Beach.
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website.

Blackfish aboard.
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website.

More sea bass.
The daily bottom-fishing trips
will home in on ling and cod
as more of those fish move in
as the water becomes colder.
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website.

Some blackfish
from the ocean from
the past week on the
party boat Porgy IV,
Cape May. This angler
won a trip’s pool with a
9-pounder, and he and his
dad limited out.
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website.

This customer bagged
three of the tautog to 8 pounds.
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website.

That’s an 8-1/2-pounder
for this customer
on another trip. The boat
is blackfishing daily.
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website.

Striped bass
that a charter boated
from the ocean a half-mile
north of Absecon Inlet in
the snow Wednesday with
Capt. Dave Showell from
Absecon Bay Sportsman Center,
Absecon. The trip landed
a 28-inch keeper, two slots
and a good number of throwbacks
on Gulp Nemesis and livelined
spots. The trip began fishing
at bird play that quickly
dispersed, but the fish bit
for 2 hours at the spot.
Catch the store’s
***end of year clearance sale:***
25 percent off reels,
25 percent off trolling gear
and 50 percent off
everything else, its
Facebook page said.
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Sportsman Center's
website.

These customers of the shop
that day sailed on a trip
on a private boat that
limited out on 17-pound-
class stripers, landing
at least 20 in 2 hours,
on the ocean farther north.
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on Facebook.

Another one of the
trophy brown trout
that Jay Peck Guide Service
fishes for this time of year
on upstate N.Y. rivers and streams.
You know what they say:
If it ain't chartruse, it's no use.
His guides are also
steelhead fishing.
See more about
Jay Peck.



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