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True World Tackle

December 10, 2018:
Akira over at True World Tackle had an awesome fun day with family and friends blackfishing Sunday at the Middle Grounds with plenty of shorts to keep everyone busy and several keepers to over 5 pounds. Toggers from local piers have been coming up empty while striped bass continues to hold the attention of anglers fishing bloodworms and scoring with fewer bass. White perch is a good bycatch for these striper fishermen using bloodworms.



Previous Reports

  • December 3, 2018 Open or Close

    Akira over at True World Tackle said the weather calmed down some and plenty of tog were reported along with many small stripers. Saturday was the better day of the week as the ocean finally settled down and was calm for anglers who enjoyed some decent blackfishing at the Middle Grounds. Small stripers were being jigged up at Ambrose and Sandy Hook Channels. White perch on bloodworms for sharpies fishing around the Statue of Liberty and Bayonne Park. Akira reminds us that they will remain open all year from 8am to 7pm – weather permitting.

  • November 26, 2018 Open or Close

    Akira over at True World Tackle said the weather hasn't been too cooperative with regard to fishing local waters for stripers and tog. There have been a few fishermen reporting less than fair catches of striped bass and blackfish with very few keepers in both categories.

  • November 19, 2018 Open or Close

    Our first call went out to Akira over at True World Tackle who said striped bass fishing was very good on Monday, but has been erratic since the early week rains and Thursday's snow sure didn't help things. There was a lot of bass jigged off Breezy Point and in Ambrose before the storm, he said. Akira said later in the week he opted for some tog fishing and fished the Shrewsbury Rocks and the Middle Grounds. While he found plenty of whitechins, you had to pick trough the shorts to put together a catch of keepers. Akira told me the store will be open normal hours through the winter weather permitting.

  • November 12, 2018 Open or Close

    Bass action in New York Harbor and the upper bay was good most of the week according to Akira over at True World Tackle. Punctuating the report was a 56.5-pound linesider caught by Brandon Yaroshewich which he trolled up from Chapel Hill Channel. The waters down from the Statue of Liberty into upper Raritan Bay have been seeing bass moving from the sound via the East River and into the bay. In addition Akira mentioned some nice bass being caught off piers at Hoboken, Statue of Liberty and Hackensack. He also said blackfishing has been good in the upper bay around West Bank and Chapel Hill, as well as wrecks and snags in the ocean.

True World Tackle

True World Tackle
805 Broadway
Bayonne, NJ 07002
phone: 201-339-2628 | fax: 201-451-4648


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