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Posted on December 20, 2020 Sandy Hook stripers more scattered Capt. Rob Semkewyc of the Sea Hunter from Atlantic Highlands reported another fine day of striped bass jigging, though the fish were more scattered and releases “only” up to the forties. He will fish tomorrow. but not on Tuesday. Blackfishing came back after the storm, at least in the deeper waters fished yesterday by the Ocean Explorer from Belmar. There were a few limits, and a 6-pound. 10-ounce tog took the lead in the seasonal pool. A few keeper cod and a pollock were added. The marine forecast for Monday is for southwest winds about 10 knots with two foot waves. There may be a last minute opportunity to board tonight’s offshore wreck trip of the Jamaica from Brielle at 10. Call 732 528-5014.

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