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  • 2016-03-04 Ristori Bay Head

    Today's snow and strong northeast wind provided a grim picture for the weekend, but the north winds are predicted to drop down during Saturday -- and calm down for Sunday, though a big swell could be a problem. As per yesterday's blog, there will be fishing flea markets on Saturday (the Salt Water Anglers of Bergen County at the American Legion in Rochelle Park) -- and Sunday with Berkeley Striper Club at Toms River North Intermediate School.
  • 2016-03-03 Jamaica II Brielle

    Sea Bass 10 fish at 12. 5 from 5 23-6 19, 2 fish at 12. 5 from 7 1-8 31 and 15 fish at 13 from 10 22-12 31. Jamaica II will be Seabass fishing when it opens in May!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • 2016-03-03 Ristori Bay Head

    Summer flounder regulations were already imposed on most of N. J. by the ASMFC as we are incorporated into a region with Connecticut and New York that will have the same limits as last year a five-fluke bag at a minimum of 18 inches. Bob Matthews said there were lots of anglers fishing from the pier and docks at Belmar Marina during the March 1 season opener, though he didn't get any reports from that area which produced lots of big flounder well over the 12-inch minimum and up to just over 4 pounds last fall when the two-flounder limit was easy to come by.
  • 2016-03-02 Mar Jean Brooklyn

    report list width 560px top 145px background FFFFFF padding 15px font-size 12px Reports March 02, 2016March 02, 2016We are currently in the shipyard renovating the MJ We will begin sailing again in a couple of weeks, check back here for dates !thanks. JanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecember201620152014Comments List all reports
  • 2016-03-02 Ristori Bay Head

    The regulations for fluke and sea bass are expected to be set at this meeting. The NJ Bureau of Marine Fisheries worked hard to develop various options.
  • 2016-03-02 Seahorse Atlantic Highlands

    Spring Update Wednesday, 02 March 2016 17 10 Written by Capt. Jack Hey Gang, The weather is starting to warm up and the daylight hours are getting longer. We will begin getting the boat ready for this upcoming fishing season and will be sailing towards the end of April weather permitting.
  • 2016-03-01 Jamaica II Brielle

    Sluggish fishing again this past weekend, some beauiful weather but just a pick on Cod, Pollock and Blackfish. Large Blackfish have been showing up more on recent trips and we will carry crabs so you have a shot at a huge whitechin. Recent pools Wes Shourt Manahawkin, NJ 14 lb CodXin Chue Hazlet, NJ 16 pound Pollock and a 12 pound Blackfish Still not many Ling showing up in the catches but we expect to see more as we get into March. Schedule (same)Weds and Sundays 5 am 12 Hour Wreck tripsSaturdays 3 am Cod Trip - 14 Hour
  • 2016-03-01 Ristori Bay Head

    Phil also had reports of shorts from Cliffwood and Union Beach. Wes Shourt of Manahawkin had a 14-pound cod, while Xin Chue of Hazlet bagged a 16-pound pollock and 12-pound black.
  • 2016-02-29 Norma K Point Pleasant Beach

    It did get a little bumpy in the afternoon on Sunday but it was fishable! We did pick a few Blackfish on Saturday but the bites were few and far between.
  • 2016-02-28 Adam Bomb Cape May

    The temperatures have been much better than last winter, and we're hoping that translates to a good early start to tog fishing on April 1! With all that considered and an arctic blast coming in this weekend, we're going to haul the boat for winter layup and maintenance in order to be ready to go for the April 1st tog opener!

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