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Fishing for summer flounder
began on the ocean
on South Jersey’s Stray Cat
from Longport.
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website.

Sea bass fishing
began to taper off
on the vessel. “On to the
next thing,” Stray Cat reported.
But trips were mixing up
fishing for both right now.
Open-boat trips sail
every Sunday, Tuesday and
Thursday. Sundays were
booking up quickly.
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website.

“Here come the sheepshead,”
Absecon Bay Sportsman
Center, Absecon, reported.
Photo from the shop.
This warm-water, structure-loving
catch was hooked along
Avalon Bridge on June 13.
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Sportsman Center's
website.

Summer flounder
from the back bay
on the party boat
Keeper, Margate.
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website.

Trips fish for them
twice daily and are only
$30, because the fishing is
near port and the
pontoon boat is economical
on fuel. Plus, rental rods
are free!
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website.

Hold on – surf-fishing
for big striped bass
was not quite finished
in June. That's one from
Atlantic City. Photo from
One Stop Bait & Tackle
in the town.
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An 8-pound 3-ounce fluke,
the biggest aboard this
year so far, on June 9 on
the party boat
Atlantic Star, Atlantic Highlands.
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website.

Fishing for sea bass
on the party boat
Big Mohawk, Belmar,
on the ocean.
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website.

Trips sailed for them daily.
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website.

A couple of open-boat trips
that sailed from Cape May
smashed bluefin tuna,
yellowfin tuna and bigeye tuna
with Mushin Sportfishing,
Point Pleasant Beach.
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website.

Mushin keeps the boat
in Cape May each June and July
to target tuna, sharks and
tilefish at southern,
offshore canyons.
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website.

The year’s first
bigeye aboard, a 110-pounder,
on one of the trips.
Tuna, lots, tired out
the anglers so much on
one of the trips that they
opted not to tilefish afterward.
The other trip did tilefish
afterward, and cleaned up
on those catches, too.
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website.

One of the nighttime
trips that plug for walleyes
fished on June 8 with Capt. Dave
Vollenweider from Live to Fish
Guide Service, Montvale, the
freshwater guide. The clients, a
father and son, above, pasted
five of the fish to heavier
than 5 pounds. Walleyes
push into shallows, where they
can be hooked on surface
lures, at night in lakes
this time of year to
forage on spawning herring.
The trips are interesting
and, when a big
walleye wallops
a plug, exciting.
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Guide Service's
website.

Living for fishing
as he does (har), Dave, above,
headed back onto the lake
after the anglers left,
and landed two more
walleyes. Then he trolled
for muskies until noon
with a friend, never even
raising one of the fish
of 10,000 casts.
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Guide Service's
website.

Boat limit of summer flounder
from the back bay on the
"Meat Bucket." Photo from Absecon
Bay Sportsman Center, Absecon.
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Sportsman Center's
website.

Mike Gatto from Manahawkin,
far left, and crew took
advantage of tuna fishing
that began to go off.
Here's a bluefin
they docked from the trip.

Striped bass to 47 pounds,
big fish, were trolled on June 8
on the ocean off Sandy
Hook Point with Sour Kraut
Sportfishing, Leonardo.
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Sportfishing's website.

The bass to 25 pounds
were trolled two days
later aboard. Smaller fish that
day, and fewer, but catches.
Striper fishing, on the ocean
between the channels off
Sandy Hook Point, was hit and
miss by this time of season.
But huge were still out there,
and you can't catch if
you don't go.
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Sportfishing's website.



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