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Saltwater Fishing Report

Report from Thursday, July 31.

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Sailing from Twin Lights Marina, Roy, Franz, Frank and Jeff on the Table Dance boated 13 keeper fluke to 23 inches at the Rattle Snake on bucktails with Gulps, Marion wrote in an email. John, Ryan, Jay and Tracy on the Par Tee II bagged seven fluke 19 to 21 inches and three sea bass 16 to 19 inches at Atlantic Beach Reef on bucktails with Gulps. Jay and Tracy on another trip on the boat out-fished “The Other Guy,” Marion wrote, catching a 19-inch fluke and a 17-1/2-inch sea bass at Rockaway Reef on killies with squid. Greg Hanna on the Annie H limited out on fluke to 24 inches at Rockaway Reef on Gulps. Joe and John Reilly from Smith’s Tavern grabbed four keeper fluke off Rockaway on Gulps with squid. On the Sam-Jack, Frank Coolack smashed a 7-1/2-pound fluke – 27 ¾ inches long and 11 inches wide – off Sandy Hook’s nude beach on PowerBait with squid. Twin Lights, located conveniently on Shrewsbury River near Raritan Bay and the ocean, with no bridges before them, includes a marina with boat slips and dry storage, a fuel dock, and a combined bait and tackle shop and ship’s store. The full supply of bait is stocked, and the fuel dock is available 24 hours a day with a credit card.