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Report from Thursday, October 8.

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Sea Isle City
Traveling charters are expected to resume this weekend that fish from Montauk, N.Y., for the migration of striped bass, false albacore and bluefish aboard, said Capt. Joe Hughes from Jersey Cape Guide Service, affiliated with Sea Isle Bait & Tackle. Weather looks okay, and albies and blues were reported caught in past days. Some stripers rolled around, reportedly, and the trips fish each fall. Visit Jersey Cape’s traveling charters Web page. Annual traveling charters will fish the Florida Keys from Christmas to Easter, mostly on weekends. Anglers can arrive on a Friday, fish all day Saturday and part of Sunday, return Sunday evening, and be back to work Monday. The trips can be a mini, fish-filled vacation, sailing for a variety of catches, from snook, speckled sea trout and jacks to tarpon, sailfish and blackfin tuna. Nothing was heard about boating from Sea Isle City since the storm. Joe will need to head out and see what’s biting. A friend said the fishing will be like pushing the reset button, after the weather. The fall migration of striped bass and blues could slam the ocean off Sea Isle by late October. That typically begins in early to mid-November. Joe will be all over the fishing. Sea bass trips will sail from Sea Isle aboard, once sea bass season is opened starting October 22, if anglers want and conditions are right. Keep up with Joe’s fishing on Jersey Cape’s Blog.