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There's a big one.
Open-boat trips for sea bass
were fishing daily with the
Down Deep Fleet, Keyport,
and were bailing them!
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Sportfishing's website.

Daily, open trips
for fluke began on June 12
on Down Deep's other boat,
after striped bass fishing
until then. Open trips for fluke
were now also going to run
at 2 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays.
Striped bass fishing began
to slow down, was hit or miss.
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Sportfishing's website.

An ocean sunfish or mola mola.
Photo from Jamaica II, Brielle.
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website.

Great catches
of sea bass, including big,
kept being smoked with
Last Lady Fishing Charters,
Neptune. Individual-reservation trips
would sail for them on
June 19 and 22. Catch individual-
rez trips for cod at 2 a.m.
June 27 and July 11.
Fish for cod in shorts!
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Fishing Charters'
website.

Carp to 12 pounds
that George Horvath from
Trenton banked on Millstone
River on his homemade
cornmeal bait. He landed
50 carp to 17 ½ pounds
this year.

George had one
spectator, he said.

The year’s first trip
to the offshore canyons
sailed on June 8 with
Tuna-Tic Sportfishing,
Forked River.
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Sportfishing's website.

The fishing was great,
limiting out on bluefin tuna
to 62 inches, and releasing
additional. That was on the
troll, and a half-dozen yellowfin
tuna and some skipjacks
were also trolled. The trip also
sharked, releasing three throwback
makos and two big tigers.
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Sportfishing's website.

The fishing grounds
looked like National Geographic,
with life like whale sharks
and sunfish. The water was
a beautiful color, and its
temperature
varied much. The fish were
hooked in 68-degree water,
and a 10-degree temperature
break was located nearby.
The bluefin fishing should
be consistent in the next
weeks, Tuna-Tic said.
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Sportfishing's website.

A 10-pound 3-ounce fluke
that was boated on
Manasquan River. Photo from
Hook House Bait & Tackle,
Toms River.
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Bait & Tackle's
website.

This cobia, a southern species,
grabbed a clam meant
for black drum in Delaware
Bay. Photo from Hands
Too Bait & Tackle, Cape May.
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about Hands.

That’s a 9-1/2-pound
fluke or summer flounder,
apparently boated on the
back bay, at Absecon Bay
Sportsman Center, Absecon.
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Sportsman Center's
website.

Sea bass
on the party boat
Jamaica, Brielle, in June.
The fishing was
mostly good around
this time.
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website.

Fluke aboard.
On this trip, south wind
had chilled the ocean
to 56 degrees, making
fluking tougher.
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website.

Another sea bass.
Trips fished for
fluke and sea bass
8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesdays
through Sundays, sea bass
2 to 6:30 p.m. on those days,
and fluke and sea bass
7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Mondays.
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website.

Sea bass fishing
with Last Lady Fishing
Charters, Neptune, on the
ocean. The angling was
very good aboard, Last Lady
reported. Charters and individual-
reservation trips were fishing.
Get after them before
sea bass season closes
beginning June 23,
Last Lady said.
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Fishing Charters'
website.

You don't need a boat.
Couple of striped bass
landed from Point Pleasant
Canal from shore. Photos
from Hook House Bait &
Tackle, Toms River.
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Bait & Tackle's
website.

The fish were eeled.
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Bait & Tackle's
website.



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