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Posted on August 22, 2020 MJ S blue marlin highlight end of MidAtlantic The scales closed at 9 p. m., and transmission was lost before I could double check the final results of the MidAtlantic. Fish On did record a late 77-pounder which ties Big Oil for second.
If there are any changes, I ll fill in during the morning when every boat with a day left will be trying to blast their way into big money. The Jamaica from Brielle had good variety fishing on Wednesday with some limits of bluefish and sea bass along with a pick of fluke, bonito, Spanish mackerel, dolphin and the first inshore little tunny I ve heard of.
Today started off slow but we ended up good by the end of the day with anglers catching their limit of Fluke or Sea Bass. STARTING ON SEPTEMBER 1ST WE WILL BE 3 4 DAY FLUKE FISHING EVERY DAY FROM 7 30AM-2 30PM!
Several dolphin were also weighed at both venues In the white marlin category, Pleasantville, New Jersey s Rickey Wheeler aboard his Wish You Were Here weighed a white marlin of 68 pounds for angler Brian Hurley and moved into second place in the category. Summit, New Jersey s Bob Hugin aboard his The Right Place with Captain Evan Millas at the wheel moved in to second place after weighing a 168-pound big eye tuna for Hugin who was also the angler.