New Jersey Fishing Photos

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New York Harbor.
Eeling for striped bass
there on the Vitamin Sea,
Keyport. Charters and
open-boat trips
are sailing.
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website.

Salmon fishing
on upstate New York’s
Salmon River with Jay Peck
Guide Service. The fishing
will only last
a moment longer.
See more about
Jay Peck.

Steelheads began
to migrate into
the river. Peck’s trips
will fish for them next.
Angling for both
is world-class on the river.
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Bottom fishing
on the party boat Fishermen,
Atlantic Highlands. Above,
some porgies.
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website.

A triggerfish.
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website.

A sea bass.
Other catches
also came in during
the angling. The trip's
catches were good.
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website.

Bucketing porgies
on the party boat
Atlantic Star,
Atlantic Highlands.
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website.

There's a blackfish
in the mix.
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website.

Sea bass aboard.
Trips are fishing
for sea bass, porgies
and blackfish, and had
been running twice daily.
But starting Monday, one
trip daily began to fish
for them, providing time to
reach the fish that were
migrating somewhat farther
away and deeper.
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website.

A musky plugged
from a lake in October
on a Top H20, a top-water
from Lee's Lures, with Live to Fish
Guide Service, Montvale. Lakes
were cooling, good for fishing
for the fish of 10,000 casts.
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Guide Service's
website.

Sea bass from the
Down Deep Fleet, Keyport.
Open-boat trips sailed for
them daily. This trip
also bailed porgies.
Visit Down Deep
Sportfishing's website.

Open trips also eeled
striped bass daily in
New York Harbor aboard.
Charters were available for
up to 15 passengers.
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Sportfishing's website.

Killer fishing
on the first two days of
sea bass season on
the Jamaica II, Brielle,
the party boat reported.
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website.

Porgies were
pounded, too.
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website.

Bonus, a bluefin tuna.
They swam around
the boat.
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website.



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