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FISHING LOGS: New Jersey & Delaware Bay
Northern New Jersey & Hudson River


Posted By J. B. Kasper, October 15, 2018
Young James Perilli got on the albies while fishing with his father, a longtime Fisherman contributor, Austin Perilli, out near the Coney Island flats on Saturday.
Mother Nature’s weather tantrums continued for fishermen fishing along the northern coast last week. After decent conditions early in the week the weather closed in by Thursday and killed late week fishing. Sea bass opened with some good results and sinker bouncers found knuckleheads, porgies, tog and some winter flounder, along with a few left over triggers being caught at a good pace. Striped bass fishing slowed up and most boats reported reading a lot of fish, but not being able to connect with them. Blues and albies to 10 pounds made up a big part of this past week’s catch for fishermen that did fish. There were also some good numbers of mahi caught by several boats. The good news is the cooler weather is starting to work on the water temps which are dropping. Look for the baitfish to start moving any time now and this should trigger a good bite of bass and blues.
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