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FISHING LOGS: New Jersey & Delaware Bay
Southern New Jersey


Posted By Bob Misak, November 5, 2018
Capt. Mike Bradley of What’s Next Charters weighed in this 13.27-pound striper at Fin-Atics in Ocean City last week that he caught while eeling in the back bay.
The past week has been a repeat of the last few, with winds keeping a lot of boats off the reefs. However, Sunday saw some solid fishing once again as anglers could get out there in 100 feet of ocean and hook some humpbacks. The back bays of South Jersey have been sick with stripers, most being schoolies and more and more keeper fish each week. The keepers are from 30 to 34 inches, and eels and live spot lead the charge, with plastics doing some damage as well. Tog fishing remains solid and Atlantic City’s structure has plenty, with green crabs being the only bait available right now.
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Michael Criss - 74 days ago

Hey Jim my names Mike went out earlier today with a client as I’m Captain of Monkey Business Charters. Was a gorgeous day we fished from 9-4pm. It was outgoing tide and we fished a few of my spots in a large tidal south jersey river and at the mouth of the river into the Delaware Bay. Fishing Cut Bait we got into Stripers to 30 Inches and a monster 21lbs Channel Catfish!! Which I’m including pics. We caught well over 20 stripers and marked tons of Peanut Bunker, and the cats are eating like crazy with many over double digits. My business specializes in a real hidden gem which is river cat fishing in NJ and PA as well as back bay flounders. Please mention catch and release so we can continue catching some monster catfish and the seasons only starting for the stripers in the big D. Keep up the great work Jim talk to you soon!! Capt. Mike

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