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OUT FRONT FLUKING

Posted By Bob Misak, July 9, 2017
OUT FRONT FLUKING
Sy Hiller of South River NJ caught a limit of fluke on a four trip aboard the Miss Chris with Captain Mike Scanlan.
The past week saw better weather - wind wise - and anglers were delighted to be able to fish out front. There were some sizeable flounder caught at the reefs in South Jersey and some nice sea bass came back with folks as well. The fluke scene inshore is doing fine and Brian Malaczewski of Dresher PA and a well-known surfcaster had the fluke of a lifetime at Anglesea rocks, a 30-inch monster weighing in at 12.58 pounds! The back bays around Atlantic City and the Absecon and Tuckerton bays also offered some decent fluking, with some shorts to sift through, as is customary in mid-summer. Crabbing is super-strong as anglers drop-line lots of nice jimmies, though sifting through smaller crabs is also customary of July. A few weakfish are still being caught in the evenings by those donning plastics or shedders. With sea bass being able to keep for another few weeks and some large fluke staging on the structure, might be a good week to take a trip out front to a wreck.
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