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Summer flounder fishing
on the back bay with
Jersey Cape Guide Service,
Sea Isle City.
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Guide Service's website.

This angler popper-plugged
12 to 15 striped bass
on the bay aboard.
That is fun fishing,
and happens currently
each year. Sometimes the
water can become a
little warm for the
fishing in the height of
summer. The fish are often
sight-cast to, and the poppers,
either lures or flies, draw
explosive, visual attacks.
High tides at dusk are
ideal and happen every
two weeks.
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Guide Service's website.

A tuna trip aboard
trolled three yellowfins
including this one at
an offshore canyon
last weekend.
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Guide Service's website.

Fishing for summer flounder
or fluke on the ocean on
the party boat Porgy IV,
Cape May. Trips run
for them daily.
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website.

Fluking
on Raritan Bay
on the party boat
Fishermen,
Atlantic Highlands.
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website.

Couple of limits.
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website.

Look at the size
of those. Parker Pete’s
Fishing Charters, Belmar, is
fishing for trophy
striped bass on the ocean.
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Fishing Charters'
website.

From another trip aboard.
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Fishing Charters'
website.

This striper trip
turned into something
altogether different
when this thresher shark
smashed a trolled bunker
spoon meant for the bass.
After a long fight, the shark
was landed. Threshers are
good-eating. And vicious!
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Fishing Charters'
website.

A 4-pound 21-inch
summer flounder
that pounced on a chunk
of bunker at Corson’s Inlet.
Photo from Fin-Atics, Ocean City.
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website.

Think weather
was too warm to slide
striped bass from the surf?
Think again. That’s one
that was released from
Brigantine's surf. This shot
and the next are from
Riptide Bait & Tackle
in the town.
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Another, this one also
let go. Some were
biting, and fishing was
was good locally. Catches
also included black drum
from the surf and summer
flounder from the cove.
Google the cove in
Brigantine to see where
that’s located.
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This trip, on June 15,
was another that
fished well for sea bass
aboard, Last Lady Fishing
Charters, Neptune, reported.
Big sea bass came in,
too. Charters were fishing,
and only two individual-
reservation trips for sea bass
were left: on June 19 and 22,
the final day of sea bass season.
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Fishing Charters'
website.

Anglers on foot
hooked summer flounder
or fluke from the bay
off Harrah’s to jetty-lined
Absecon Inlet to the surf
beside the inlet in Atlantic
City, One Stop Bait & Tackle
in the town reported.
This customer kept bringing
them in. Anglers might
need to put in the effort
to figure out the fishing,
but this a spot to find
the flatfish on foot, and
the early season can
fish best for them.
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A weakfish that
a customer reeled in.
Weaks were hooked
off Harrah’s when anglers
fished for other catches.
Weaks couldn’t really be
targeted, but the population
seemed to be growing.
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The Vitamin Sea, Keyport,
is a dedicated fluke boat
from late spring through
summer. Trips were currently
fishing for them on Raritan
Bay and would event-
ually follow the migration
to the ocean.
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website.

Don't rule out
striped bass yet.
Trips aboard were
fishing for them, too.
Charters and open-
boat trips sail.
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website.

Black drum
were frequently heaved
from Brigantine's surf,
Riptide Bait & Tackle
in the town was reporting.
Some anglers think that
happens when drum
depart Delaware Bay for
the season.
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