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Saltwater Fishing Report

Report from Monday, January 21.

| Keyport | Atlantic Highlands | Belmar | Brielle | Point Pleasant Beach | Toms River | Absecon | Ocean City | Sea Isle City | Avalon | Cape May | Last Week's Report |
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ARE POSTED EVERY THURSDAY,
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Sea Isle City
Mike Spaeder and son Mike fished on traveling trips to the Florida Keys this weekend aboard, said Capt. Joe Hughes from Jersey Cape Guide Service and Sea Isle Bait & Tackle. Joe runs traveling charters to the Keys each winter, and Saturday’s trip pumped in several lemon sharks and bonnethead sharks during sight-fishing. The trip released a medium-sized tarpon and reeled in snappers and jacks. On Sunday’s trip, wind blew 20 or 30 knots, and thunderstorms rolled through in the morning. That was all difficult for fishing, and Joe wondered if his was the only boat that fished that day locally. But the trip made it work, and bailed a good number of snappers and jacks, a lot of action. It was great, he said. That’s something about the Keys: Something can usually be fished for, no matter the weather. Another trip was going to fish today, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, from the islands aboard. The trips mostly fish on weekends or holidays. They can be a mini-vacation. See the traveling charters webpage on Jersey Cape’s website. Keep up with Joe’s fishing on Jersey Cape’s Blog.