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  • 2017-02-15 Ocean Explorer Belmar

    Few blackfish today,one keeper some shorts. So as of now Friday is the next day to get out there.
  • 2017-02-15 Dauntless Point Pleasant Beach

    The weather is looking good for the next week, especially this President's weekend. We look forward to the nicer weather and catching Ling, Cod, and Blackfish.
  • 2017-02-14 Mar Jean Brooklyn

    Next Fishing Trips 2 19 and 2 19 7am to 3pm We will be sailing this weekend 7am to 3pm, and the weather looks good so far.
  • 2017-02-12 Norma K Point Pleasant Beach

  • 2017-02-11 Ristori Bay Head

    The Ocean Explorer from Belmar experienced that today, despite it turning out to be a nice day at sea, there were hardly any bites where they had found a decent pick Wednesday. Just as last February, the Ocean Explorer will be following the blackfish offshore and to the south where they concluded the season with the largest tog to win the seasonal big pool.
  • 2017-02-11 Ocean Explorer Belmar

    2-11-17 Nice day but a ripping north current shut the life down in the area we had em on Wednesday. Big pool is large and was won last year on the second to last day of this month.
  • 2017-02-10 Ristori Bay Head

    Stripers Forever, the free internet organization fighting for striped bass game fish status all along the Atlantic Coast, sent the following notice about their fundraising auction 2017 Annual Fundraiser Auction Alert NEWS ALERT From the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission Interstate fishing managers are considering liberalizing rules for commercial and recreational fishing of striped bass along the East Coast. AUCTION ENDS Saturday, February 18, 2017 9PM EST STRIPERS FOREVER, A NON-PROFIT CONSERVATION ORGANIZATION, SEEKS GAME FISH STATUS FOR WILD STRIPED BASS ON THE ATLANTIC COAST IN ORDER TO SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCE STRIPER MORTALITY, TO PROVIDE OPTIMUM AND SUSTAINABLE PUBLIC FISHING OPPORTUNITIES FOR ANGLERS, TO SECURE THE GREATEST SOCIO-ECONOMIC VALUE POSSIBLE FROM THE FISHERY AND TO ADVOCATE FOR THE CONSERVATION AND RESPONSIBLE STEWARDSHIP OF WILD STRIPED BASS FROM MAINE TO NORTH CAROLINA.
  • 2017-02-09 Ristori Bay Head

    Joe Greco retired from his home in Edison 26 years ago to live in Ft. Myers, Florida, and has been satisfied with leaving the stripers and fluke behind for the much greater diversity of fishing in tropical waters. The Miami International Boat Show includes lots of fishing tackle, and draws many from N. J. during its run from Feb. 16 to 19 at the Miami Marine Stadium, Park Basin.

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