New Jersey Fishing Photos

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Limit of fluke
from the ocean on the
party boat Norma-K III,
Point Pleasant Beach.
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website.

The fishing was
good right now,
the boat reported.
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website.

Trips sailed for them
twice daily.
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website.

Fluke fishing
on the ocean on the
party boat Big Mohawk, Belmar.
The angling was pretty good,
a report said. Some days great.
Some days, eh, okay.
Some big were canned.
Eleven pounds, 10 pounds.
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website.

Trips fished for them daily.
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website.

A king or Chinook salmon
from upstate N.Y.'s Salmon River
with Jay Peck Guide Service
in the first days of September.
The world-class fishing was
just getting started and only
lasts until the first weeks
of October.
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Jay Peck.

Fluke trips fished
deep holes, channels,
mussel bottom, small wrecks
and sometimes
sandy bottom on the
Vitamin Sea, Keyport,
and plenty of fluke bit,
but the keeper ratio was
tough. Trips worked hard
and burned fuel.
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website.

The fish would continue
to fill Ambrose Channel,
migrating out of bays
to offshore, and the
boat would keep working
those grounds, grinding
every time to put together
the best catch possible,
Vitamin Sea reported.
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website.

Mahi mahi
on South Jersey’s
Stray Cat from Longport
in early September. The fishing
was great, Stray Cat reported.
Fishing for summer flounder
or fluke was also improving
on the ocean aboard.
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website.



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