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Posted on September 14, 2020 Last week of fluke season may be tough in swell With a 4-6-foot swell running, it hasn’t been comfortable on the ocean the last couple of days – and the outlook for the last week of fluking in N.J. is not good. Capt. Rpb Semkewyc ran his Sea Hunter from Atlantic Highlands out to the ocean this morning, but most of his fares couldn’t handle the conditions. A return .to the calm waters of the bay produced only the short fluke expected. Therefore, Rob is canceling trips until at least Wednesday. Those expecting to sail this week should check with their skipper before coming down. The surf is also rough, but may be fishable. The Monday forecast is north at 10-15 knots with gusts to 20.

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