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Bonito on the
party boat
Miss Belmar Princess.
Trips lit into blues,
chub mackerel, bonito,
sea bass, fluke, ling
and more, a variety
that sometimes changed.
Good catches.

More shots
will be posted today.

Visit Miss Belmar
Princess's website.

Fluking was super
on the ocean and
Raritan Bay with the
Down Deep Fleet,
Keyport, a report
said. Open-boat trips
and charters are
fishing for them.
Both kinds of trips
are also running for
porgies with sea bass
mixed in. The porgies
bit ferociously, an
outstanding year
for the scup.
Visit Down Deep
Sportfishing's website.

Something different.
This inshore shark,
maybe a brown,
bit a trolled lure while
South Jersey’s Stray Cat
from Longport fished for
blues and Spanish mackerel
and was released. A
shark never did that
before aboard.
Visit Stray Cat's
website.

An 11-pound 9-ounce
fluke
from the party boat
Fishermen,
Atlantic Highlands.
The fish was landed
on Aug. 13 and was
the biggest aboard
this season so far.
Trips are fluking daily.
Visit Fishermen's
website.

Trips on the Hi Flier,
Barnegat, mixed it up
with some inshore
sharking, like above, fluke
fishing and tuna fishing.
Visit Hi Flier's
website.

This trip sharked
on the ocean then
fluked on Barnegat Bay,
reeling up throwbacks
and this 6-1/2-pounder
and a 19-incher. The
tuna trips are sailing
45 miles out, the closest
to Barnegat Inlet that
tuna swam this year.
Open-boat trips and
charters are fishing.
Visit Hi Flier's
website.

A trip with Live to Fish
Guide Service, the freshwater
guide, boated largemouth
bass, a smallmouth and
some chain pickerel
on Lake Hopatcong.
Visit Live to Fish
Guide Service’s
website.

Afterward, the captain,
Dave Vollenweider, headed
back out on the lake
and trolled. He hooked
a fish that at first he
thought was a musky
but turned out to be
a 6-pound walleye,
on this crank bait.
Visit Live to Fish
Guide Service’s
website.

Dave with the walleye.
Visit Live to Fish
Guide Service’s
website.

Dave also recently
took a trip to New York’s
Adirondack Mountains.
Visit Live to Fish
Guide Service’s
website.

He hiked up
Whiteface Mountian,
New York’s fifth-highest,
and one of the
Adirondacks’ highest.
Visit Live to Fish
Guide Service’s
website.

He also visited
the Ausable River.
Visit Live to Fish
Guide Service’s
website.

Fluke fishing
on the party boat
Atlantic Star,
Atlantic Highlands.
Visit Atlantic Star's
website.

Trips fished on
Raritan Bay ...
Visit Atlantic Star's
website.

... twice daily.
Visit Atlantic Star's
website.

A tuna and some
mahi mahi from Fishin'
Fever Sportfishing, Cape May.
Click photo to enlarge.
Visit Fishin' Fever
Sportfishing's website.

A marlin
from the trip.
Visit Fishin' Fever
Sportfishing's website.

Summer flounder
or fluke from the ocean
on another trip aboard.
Charters and open-boat
trips are flounder
or tuna fishing.
Visit Fishin' Fever
Sportfishing's website.



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