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There was good news from Brielle yesterday as both the Jamaica and Jamaica II reported a decent pick of cod and pollock during Saturday wreck trips. Capt. Howard Bogan said more cod and pollock are showing up as water temperatures drop.  Cod up to 24 pounds were boated on the Jamaica, and John Kizman of Brick took the pool with a 32-pound pollock. Tyler Laracuente of Wall bagged two cod plus four pollock up to a 25-pounder.  Larry Sacacchetti from Hillsdale caught four cod. Some were jigged, but most of the cod and pollock hit bait.There were also a few ling and porgies. The Jamaica is sailing at 1 a.m. every Saturday, and has added 3 a.m. mid-range wreck  trips on Feb. 16 and 17. Capt. Ryan Bogan said his 3 a.m. trip on Jamaica II also produced some ling plus lots of silver eels (congers) and a few ocean pout.

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