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  • 2018-01-30 Ristori Bay Head

    The Ocean Explorer from Belmar is looking at better weather on Wednesday for an opportunity to give bottom fishing another try. Mike Augat of Pesca Panama says his barge fishing the fish-filled waters around Isla Coiba is filled through June 9 except for two last minute opportunities.
  • 2018-01-29 Ristori Bay Head

    JCAA Beefsteak and Fishing Seminar 2 10 18 4 PM - 9 30 PM At the Forked Fiver Tuna Club 50. Per person On Saturday, 2 10 18, the JCAA will be holding an all you can eat Beefsteak Dinner along with a fishing seminar.
  • 2018-01-28 Ristori Bay Head

    Normally, a NE wind is the worst thing for anglers -- but bottom fishing is so poor now that the Ocean Explorer from Belmar is looking forward to it tomorrow as it may shake up the present dead fishery. Only a few short blackfish were caught during Saturday's quest for big tog in deeper waters, and most areas were completely dead in Sunday's rain.
  • 2018-01-28 Ocean Explorer Belmar

    But unfortunately the fishing was very poor again,worse day I have seen yet. So no fishing tomorrow,I will let you know the next nice to go here on my website.
  • 2018-01-28 Mar Jean Brooklyn

    We had a nice start to the day today, but the ocean got cranky as the day progressed. Fishing was not good just a handful of nice Ling, big Perch, some eels and a few short Cod and Tog.

  • 2018-01-27 Ristori Bay Head

    There was no report on today's fishing. The Big Mohawk also had no report.
  • 2018-01-27 Ocean Explorer Belmar

    So tough day again with things to keep but still good to be on the ocean. We are fishing,come on down!!!!
  • 2018-01-26 Norma K Point Pleasant Beach

  • 2018-01-26 Ristori Bay Head

    The Ocean Explorer from Belmar was scheduled to fish today, but there were was no report as of 5 20. The Big Mohawk from Belmar is planning on sailing Saturday and Sunday at 7 a. m. for blackfish.
  • 2018-01-25 Ristori Bay Head

    In 1989 Al won his first of 13 awards from AFTCO's Tag a Tuna for Tomorrow Program (for bluefin, yellowfin and bigeye), and in 2011 was one of five selected from the U. S. to receive Sport Fishing magazine's Making a Difference Award. Al is always willing to share his knowledge, including details of where, when and how, and has done so in hundreds of articles and five books The Atlantic Bluefin Tuna Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, To Catch A Tuna, Game Fish Tag Release, Over-Winter Striper Secrets and Island Stripers.

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