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  • 2016-11-22 Ristori Bay Head

    The Queen Mary from Point Pleasant made their last Striper Marathon trip which produced lots of slot bass plus almost one keeper per man along with a few blues. Grumpy's Tackle in Seaside Park weighed-in lots of stripers and blues again though the surf bite wasn't epic as was the case Monday morning.
  • 2016-11-21 Ristori Bay Head

    Following is a release from the DEP that will be of interest to surfcasters CHRISTIE ADMINISTRATION MARKS COMPLETION OF FLOOD-CONTROL CULVERT FOR MONMOUTH COUNTY'S WRECK POND PARTNERSHIP'S WORK IS PROTECTING PROPERTY AND IMPROVING ECOLOGY (16 P111) TRENTON The Department of Environmental Protection today joined with federal and local officials to mark the completion of a state-of-the-art flood-control culvert that will protect communities surrounding Monmouth County's Wreck Pond as part of the Christie Administration's comprehensive efforts to make New Jersey more resilient to storms and floods. During today's dedication ceremony, DEP Deputy Commissioner David Glass was joined by U. S. Rep. Chris Smith, Spring Lake Mayor Jennifer Naughton, U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service New Jersey Field Supervisor Eric Schrading, American Littoral Society Executive Director Tim Dillingham and other officials associated with the project.
  • 2016-11-20 Ristori Bay Head

    Vinny D'Anton of Wall got into a northern Monmouth County bluefish blitz that produced seven jumbos for him on poppers -- though there were no stripers mixed in. There were some bass with the blues in northern Ocean County, but when I finally got into some in the evening, I could only get one splash on a pencil popper while other anglers were catching by snagging and dropping bunkers.
  • 2016-11-19 Ristori Bay Head

    Capt. Russ Binns trolled his Mar-Lin from Toms River right up to 5 p. m., and had his best shot late in the day when some birds started working on rainfish as a few bass and blues hit bunker spoons -- including a 20-pound striper. Capt. Ron Santee had just two stripers early before also getting getting into the big blues at the end of his trip with the Fishermen from Atlantic Highlands.
  • 2016-11-17 Ristori Bay Head

    Although they're strictly fishing with crabs now, there were two legal-sized, but out-of-season fluke released Thursday while a few sea bass were added to the catch. At Brielle, the Jamaica II has had many limits of large sea bass and some of porgies along with some winter flounder on all of their extended trips.
  • 2016-11-16 Ristori Bay Head

    Capt. Rob Semkewyc said there seems to be more bait and more stripers in Raritan Bay every day -- and today anglers on his Sea Hunter from Atlantic Highlands also got their first good shot at jumbo blues in the bay. I checked the surf from Sea Girt to Bay Head this morning, but didn't cast as it was rough and off color.
  • 2016-11-15 Ristori Bay Head

    Steady rain kept most anglers at home this morning, but Tony Arcabascio of Bayville said some of the dedicated trollers in his area cleaned up on big stripers off Seaside with his Tony Maja bunker spoons. On Sunday, Arcabascio added another angler to his 50-pound honor roll on Maja spoons as Stephen Moran boated a 55.
  • 2016-11-14 Ristori Bay Head

    Capt. Rob Semkewyc, of the Sea Hunter from Atlantic Highlands, said the bass were pushing adult bunker to the surface, and the largest boated weighed 27 pounds. Capt. Russ Binns of Toms River put his crew into three stripers up to a 30-pounder full of bunkers while live-baiting off Asbury Park with his Mar-Lin on Sunday morning, but did better by leaving the mob scene to troll bunker spoons a couple of miles offshore for steady action on both bass and jumbo blues.
  • 2016-11-13 Ristori Bay Head

    Matthews said many boaters did well, but we only saw one bass caught by any boat fishing around us. Most of the charter boats are fishing the wrecks on or out beyond the 20 fathom line and getting limits of nice fish almost every trip.

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