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Report from Friday, June 15.

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Townsend's Inlet
Tuna fishing was good for mostly bluefins, but more yellowfins and bigeyes showed up in the past week than before, said Mike from Sea Isle Bait & Tackle in Sea Isle City. Tuna were no longer inshore at places like the Elephant Trunk and the Tea Cup. They were offshore, pretty much at the canyons. Lindenkohl Canyon gave them up, and all of these southern canyons seemed to have a bite sometime recently. All the tuna were trolled that Mike heard about. But maybe a trip or two hooked them on jigs or lures when the tuna popped up along the surface in a school. Shark fishing sounded slow, probably because of the new, larger, 83-inch-minimum size limit for makos. Makos that big weigh 180 or 200 pounds minimum, and most makos off the coast are smaller.