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An 8-3/4-pound fluke
in August with Fin-Taz-Tic
Sportfishing, Highlands. Fluke were
decked consistently aboard,
a report said. So were sea bass
and triggerfish. And if you like
porgies, they were everywhere.
Charters and open-boat
trips sail. Give a call.
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Sportfishing's website.

A yellowfin tuna trolled
at the offshore canyons with
Mushin Sportfishing,
Point Pleasant Beach.
Yellowfins and bigeye tuna were
trolled during daytime fairly
consistently, and a few boats reported
good chunking at nighttime
for the first time this season
during July's final weekend.
Charters and open-boat
trips were fishing.
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Sportfishing's website.

That's a 10.63-pound
summer flounder that Tom Sebastian
from Wyomissing, Pa., above,
heaved aboard the party boat
Porgy IV, Cape May, on July 31.
Photo from the boat.
That was the biggest aboard
this season so far, and few
double-digit flounder or fluke
seemed hooked anywhere this
year so far. Sometimes that
picks up in August, though.
Trips fished for flounder
on the ocean daily.
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website.

Summer flounder
and triggerfish from
Jim Maher from Delran’s
trip to Ocean City Reef.
Photo from him.
The triggers were thick
and could’ve been
hooked all day.

Six yellowfin tuna,
three bluefin tuna
and a mahi mahi were
smoked among 15 tuna
bites, action throughout
the angling, great fishing,
on July 30 with Fishin’ Fever
Sportfishing, Cape May.
The yellowfins and bluefins
were mixed together and
caught at the same spot.
Charters and open-boat
trips were fishing.
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Sportfishing's website.

The boat also
fished for summer flounder
on the ocean on charters
and open trips, and those
catches were good when
conditions were. The catch
in this shot was a six-
angler limit that the
group ground out between
plenty of throwbacks.
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Sportfishing's website.

Fluke with
Manicsportfishing, Keyport.
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The catch included
this 10-pounder and 8-1/2-
pounder. The previous shot
doesn't necessarily show,
but these were sizable fluke.
Quality fish this day.
Charters and open-boat
trips were fishing.
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A musky from Monksville Reservoir.
That's outdoor writer
Lou Martinez. Photo from
his buddy Capt. Dave
Vollenweider from Live to Fish
Guide Service, the freshwater guide.
Anglers sometimes call the
impoundment Skunksville. Can be
difficult to catch anything there.
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Guide Service's
website.

There's a mess of fish.
With Last Lady Fishing Charters,
Neptune, on the ocean. Looks like
the fish included fluke, triggerfish,
blues and probably more species.
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Fishing Charters'
website.

From another trip that week:
this catch included
fluke, sea bass and red
hake from the ocean. The ocean's
fluking was improving, Last Lady
reported after this outing.
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Fishing Charters'
website.

On an inshore
shark trip with Jersey Cape
Guide Service, Sea Isle City.
The catch-and-release trips,
usually within 10 miles from shore,
are a chance to see big fish
without the long sail offshore.
Warm water this time of year
brought them in.
Jersey Cape fishes for them
with both bait and flies.
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Guide Service's
website.

Porgy fishing
with the Down Deep
Fleet, Keyport. That was
some good fishing right now.
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Sportfishing's website.

This was actually
a triple-header, and
catching three at once
was not uncommon.
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Sportfishing's website.

Other fish including
sea bass, like these,
and triggerfish were
mixed in. Big bags
of fillets, Down Deep said.
Open-boat trips
sailed for porgies at
6 a.m. daily and 2 p.m.
Saturdays. Down Deep’s other
boat fluked on open trips
daily. Charters were available.
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Sportfishing's website.



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