Photo Gallery - The Fisherman

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Walter Kucharski got in on the early wave of good stripers off the Central Jersey coast in mid-October, catching and releasing a personal best in 35 feet of water off Lavallette.
Twelve-year-old Luke Sperduto with one of the stripers he caught on the troll aboard Longshot Charters out of the Highlands back in the fall.
Not to be outdone by his younger brother, 14-year-old Dom Salvatore shows off the bass he caught while fishing Raritan Bay with the crew from Longshot Charters.
Capt. Dwayne Storey shows off one of eight bass caught aboard his Parker 2320 called Angler Issues last fall off Sandy Hook, a 48-incher that was safely released.
David Dzwonkowski threw a Tsunami Talkin’ Popper around bunker busting bass in Monmouth County back in October and scored a new personal best 47-incher released to fight another day.
Brittany Johnson of Brick got into her first ever striper blitz this past fall and is officially hooked for life on the striper surf!
“Striper mayhem” is the way Bryan Eveland put it back on Halloween of ’23, trolling (6-ounce white mojo) and livelining big-bellied broomtails off Asbury Park among a fleet of boats.
Alessa (right) from Brick had her friend Alex out on dad Harold’s boat for some solid striper action outside of Manasquan Inlet this past fall, catching their first ever striper together, a 43-incher.
Madilyn Winterbottom of Mullica Township is all smiles with this impressive striped bass caught on a Bluewater Candy striperbrella off Point Pleasant. Photo courtesy of Capt. Scott Newhall.
Chase Fairbanks said this November striper in the Monmouth County surf taped out at 51 inches.
Subscriber Steve Lienhardt finished on the Dream Boat leaderboard for ’23 with a 10.72-pound fluke, and nearly took second place tautog with this 12-pounder – if only that beast of a blackfish took Steve’s green crab instead of his buddy Robert Jakiun’s jig! Thus, the fish was released.


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