Sun., July 5, 2015
Moon Phase:
Last Quarter
More Info
Inshore Charters
Offshore Charters
Party Boats
Saltwater
Tackle Shops &
Marinas
Saltwater
Boat Rentals
Crabbing
Freshwater
Tackle Shops
Freshwater
Guides
New Jersey
Saltwater Fishing Report

Report from Thursday, July 2.

| Staten Island | Keyport | Atlantic Highlands | Highlands | Neptune | Belmar | Point Pleasant Beach | Toms River | Seaside Heights | Forked River | Barnegat Light | Surf City | Beach Haven | Mystic Island | Absecon | Brigantine | Atlantic City | Egg Harbor Township | Margate | Longport | Ocean City | Sea Isle City | Wildwood | Cape May | Last Monday's Report |
THIS REPORT IS UPDATED
EVERY MONDAY AND THURSDAY
Sea Isle City
Mike Spaeder and son popper-plugged a couple of striped bass and had several other bites on poppers on the back bay Tuesday evening aboard, said Capt. Joe Hughes from Jersey Cape Guide Service. On Monday, two other anglers reeled in a striper, three bluefish, a keeper flounder and throwback flounder on the bay in the evening aboard. A family aboard that morning bagged a 3-pound flounder and played throwbacks. Ken McCarthy and son on Wednesday played a bunch of throwback flounder on the bay on the boat. The bay’s been a little dirty, because of weather. Inshore shark fishing is good. Trips with Jersey Cape fight and release the sharks, like browns and duskies, usually within 10 miles from the coast. Most of the sharks are required to be released, and the trips are an opportunity to fight big catches without the long trek offshore. Keep up with Joe’s fishing on Jersey Cape’s blog.