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WONDERFUL WEAKFISH

Posted By Karen Wall
Location: Central New Jersey
 If you’ve been waiting for spring to arrive to go fishing, it’s time to stop waiting. Clearly spring has been in the federal witness protection program – that’s the only explanation I can come up with for this insanity. It may be delaying the bluefish, but there is fishing to ...

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1ST WEAKIES OF ‘18

Posted By Karen Wall
Location: Central New Jersey
 The activity up in Raritan Bay had lots of folks headed that direction last week, but the warm spell on Friday and Saturday was enough to convince people to go out and fish up and down the area. The reports of keeper bass are still very much hit or miss, ...

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BASS & FLOUNDER

Posted By Karen Wall
Location: Central New Jersey
 While the cold temperatures continue to be a serious drag on the fishing, there are some positive signs, including multiple reports of birds diving on bait along the beach. The weather is still being a real pain, with wind disrupting what otherwise might be great days. There is action to ...

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AND BLUEFISH TOO?

Posted By Karen Wall
Location: Central New Jersey
Schoolie stripers, winter flounder and bluefish – yes, bluefish! – are biting. There’s lots of action to help shake off the rust and the winter cobwebs. With lots of bait waiting for spring and warm temperatures, there’s lots of indicators that we could be in for a good season. Blackfish ...

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STRIPED BASS MADNESS

Posted By Karen Wall
Location: Central New Jersey
 It has been another week of good fishing, especially for those fishing from boats. Striped bass fishing was very good for the snag-and-drop crowd and for those pulling bunker spoons. Sea bass and porgies are filling baskets and there were mixed reports on the blackfish under the expanded bag limit. ...

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BONANZA, BASS TO COD

Posted By Karen Wall
Location: Central New Jersey
 In case you haven’t heard, it’s all about those bass, about those bass, about those bass! The northwest winds late in a week cooled the water and fired up the stripers. The only real problem was the volume of boat traffic. While some struggled to catch fish, not everyone did. ...

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BASS ON THE TROLL

Posted By Karen Wall
Location: Central New Jersey
 The guys down in the central part of the state are salivating over the reports of the striped bass bite in Raritan Bay and waiting and praying for those fish to make a real run down the coast. There are some keeper bass getting picked up along shore, some on ...

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IMPROVING BASS BITE

Posted By Karen Wall
Location: Central New Jersey
 The weather tortured a lot of folks last week, with a good day of fishing followed by a day that just wasn’t conducive to being on the water. Patience is being sorely tested because the stripers continue to drag their tails about showing up. There are scattered reports of big ...

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STRIPERS HIT IBSP

Posted By Karen Wall
Location: Central New Jersey
 The consensus: the stripers are moving in. There were multiple reports particularly on Sunday of bass caught by boat, both on the snag-and-drop and trolling bunker spoons. The best report was a 45-pounder caught off Seaside and weighed in Waretown. Not everyone was fishing for stripers, however; the opening of ...

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MONSTERS ARRIVE

Posted By Karen Wall
Location: Central New Jersey
 The reopening of black sea bass season on Sunday, October 22 has many anglers and captains chomping at the bit. The ones who’ve been porgy fishing have thrown back a lot keeper-size sea bass, something that’s not good for the fish. The storm that moved through during the week forced ...

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