New Jersey Fishing Photos

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Striped bass fishing
on the Vitamin Sea, Keport.
Trips eeled the bass.
We won't name the location.
Oh, wait.
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website.

Anglers had to capitalize
on bites when they came,
but caught. Bluefish were
mixed in. Charters and
open-boat trips sailed.
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website.

A 240-pound swordfish
in October on the
party boat
Miss Barnegat Light.
Lots of mahi mahi,
the boat's limit, were bagged
on the trip. So were a
longfin tuna and a smaller
sword. A white marlin was
also hooked. Whether it
was landed was unclear
in a report.
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Light's website.

Bluefish hooked from
Atlantic City's T-jetty
on a spoon. This shot
and the next are from
One Stop Bait & Tackle
in the town.
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on Facebook.

Kingfish plucked
from the jetty. The T
is located at the ocean
end of Absecon Inlet.
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A largemouth bass,
one of two that George
Horvath from Trenton
released along with 32 bluegills
a crappie and a sunfish
on a “gold magic
treble hook,” he said, with
no bait. At the same spot,
he released 49 fish
the previous evening
on the same hook.
Amazing, he said.

A white perch
from the trip on
the previous evening.
Best fishing of the
year is now, he said.

Hooked up ...
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Guide Service's website.

... with a false albacore
on one of the traveling
charters to Montauk, N.Y., that
fish the migrations of
stripers, blues and albies with
Jersey Cape Guide Service,
Sea Isle City, N.J. The trips
would fish through mid-October
before Jersey Cape turned all
attention to fall fishing
from Sea Isle.
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Guide Service's website.

A king or Chinook
salmon in upstate N.Y.’s
Salmon River with
Jay Peck Guide Service.
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Jay Peck.

The river began
to look like fall.
The world-class fishing
would only last a moment
longer, and afterward
world-class steelhead
fishing moves in.
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Guide Service's
website.

A 10-pound sheepshead.
Summertime, warm-water
species were still around,
but not for long. Photo from
Hook House Bait & Tackle in
Toms River's Facebook page.
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Bait & Tackle's
website.

A mahi mahi popper-plugged
with Mushin Sportfishing,
Point Pleasant Beach.
The open-boat trip
loaded up on them, bagged one
yellowfin tuna and released half
a dozen small yellowfins. The
photo was shared on
Mushin's Facebook page.
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website.

Striped bass fishing
with the Down Deep
Fleet, Keyport.
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Sportfishing's website.

The stripers were
eeled in New York Harbor,
caught well when conditions
moved the tides right.
Open-boat trips sailed
for them daily, and charters
were available.
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Sportfishing's website.



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