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Offseason Report

Report from Tuesday, February 21.

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THIS REPORT IS UPDATED EVERY TUESDAY

The report covers out-of-state saltwater fishing
from late fall through winter, New Jersey’s off-season.

North Carolina
Oregon Inlet

A 69-inch bluefin tuna was cranked in on one boat Thursday from Oregon Inlet Fishing Center, a report said on the marina’s website. Three other boats from the marina that day “enjoyed fishing for yellowfin tuna, blackfin tuna and mahi mahi,” it said. That was the most recent report at press time. A well-known charter boat, not sailing from the marina, was known to land three bluefins totaling 1,000 pounds, bagging two and releasing the other, last Tuesday. That vessel afterward was waiting for the weather to sail for them again. Visit Website.

Hatteras

One of the boats from Teach’s Lair Marina smoked a load of blackfin tuna on a trip, a report said yesterday on the marina’s website. That could be you on any day, if you booked a trip on a boat from the marina, it said. Blackfins up to 23 to 27 pounds were checked-in recently at the marina, many from the same boat. Fishing also released a 90-inch bluefin tuna on the same vessel recently. Another boat from the marina landed two sizable bluefins last week. See photos. Another released an 80-inch shark. No species was reported. Visit Website.