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FISHING LOGS: New Jersey & Delaware Bay
Northern New Jersey & Hudson River

SUMMER VARIETY

Posted By J. B. Kasper, July 9, 2017
SUMMER VARIETY
Crabbing throughout the region has been especially good so far this summer, as young Bailey Bincarowsky can attest with this 6-1/2-inch blue claw she brought in to Up Front Bait and Tackle in Keyport.
Anglers fishing along the northern coast continue to see some sub par fishing. While there has been a big improvement in the recent weather fluke fishing continues to be very tough the bays and rivers. However, fishing in the ocean is on the upswing and some better fishing was seen off Sandy Hook and Ammo Pier over the weekend. Striped bass fishing is picky at best with only one or two boats reporting some limited fishing. Bluefish action is mainly cocktail blues in the bays and in the ocean just of the beaches. Bottom fishing has been the bright spot with good numbers of ling, sea bass porgies and winter flounder supplying the fishing. We also got a couple of reports of threshers, blue sharks and brown sharks being caught. Likewise the bluefin bite continues to serve up some fish out at the Triple Wrecks and Chicken Canyon.
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