Photo Gallery - The Fisherman

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michael
Michael Wilk with a “West Jersey coast” striper caught south of the Walt Whitman Bridge earlier this season. “The bloodworm ball really works,” Michael said after a 3-hour soak.
charles
Charles Arrigo departed Manasquan for his first ever striper during the fall madness of ‘23. Let’s hope for another good season in ’24 Charles!
chris
Christopher Marquinhos used a Back Bay Plugs jointed Sr. Troller in black/purple to catch and release this 35-pounder on the Raritan in early spring of this year.
mario
Mario Cortes sent this image to us on April 2 of the 39-inch striper caught in the South Amboy area of Raritan Bay on a Wonder Bread colored SP Minnow.
joe
Joe Branconi worked the night shift for this jumbo striped bass this spring, caught, photographed quickly and released safely, from New Jersey somewhere, but exact whereabouts remain unknown.
brody
Brody Kunish (age 12) shows off the 2.5-pound rainbow trout caught at Spring Lake on opening day during the youth fishing contest.
lucas
Lucas Trefz took his best friend Kevin fishing on the Delaware River this spring for his first ever striper, a 40-incher caught and released on bloodworm south of the Barry Bridge.
daniel
Daniel Santos with one 10 good stripers caught and released among friends in early April while dragging mojos on the Raritan Bay.
collin
“Bass was just over slot,” said Collin Christner in early April of this striper taken along the beaches south of Rehoboth in Delaware. “Most of the bigger bass have been taking on bait,” he added.
jake
“First ride in the new boat,” said Jake Adair on April 17, reporting on a four-man limit of tautog to 15 pounds upon word of his un-retirement.
saige
Fourteen-year-old Saige Parisi with a big catfish caught on live bait in mid-April while fishing with granddad Richard.
andrea
Andrea Mitchell caught this striper while fishing aboard The Simple Lief out of Sandy Hook on April 27. Photo courtesy of Robert Goldstein.

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