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Northern New Jersey & Hudson River

STORM FLUKIN’

Posted By J. B. Kasper, September 10, 2018
STORM FLUKIN’
Kat Korth hit a few of her favorite Navesink River spots last week for a few quality fish including this 6-pound fluke on white S&S Big Eye bucktail tipped with white grub Gulp. With storms churning up the deepwater grounds this week, a trip on the river might be your best bet if weather allows it.
After the Labor Day Holiday passed most serious fishermen were getting into the fall fishing with some good catches of fluke outside, plenty of mixed size bluefish, increasing amounts of stripers and super porgy fishing, not to mention, cobia, mahi, tuna and sharks. With all the baitfish in the rivers and bays it was a no brainer that things would only improve, unless Mother Nature stopped behaving. So I would like to know who it was that ticked her off so much that she threw an ugly nor’easter at us over the weekend? Simply put it remains to be seen when the weather will ease up as there are a couple more storms brewing in the ocean. Likewise with only to weeks of fishing left to the fluke season, it will be interesting to see if we will be able to catch anymore flatties. One thing that could happen is hopefully the storms will hold the baitfish in place and stir up the stripers and bluefish and jumpstart the fall runs.
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