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Saltwater Fishing Report

Report from Monday, July 25.

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Sea Isle City
Fifteen dusky and brown sharks were landed and released Saturday on one of the inshore trips for sharks aboard, said Capt. Joe Hughes from Jersey Cape Guide Service and Sea Isle Bait & Tackle. Action was non-stop, and another one of the trips the previous day, with one angler, fought and released four browns and duskies. Plus, a cobia heavier than 80 pounds was released on the trip. Cobia fishing is closed in federal waters, and that was a big cobia. An 87-pounder is the New Jersey record. Both trips fished with conventional rods, but double-digits could’ve been fly-rodded on the trip with 15 sharks, and Jersey Cape offers the fly-fishing. Browns and duskies are required to be released, and the trips, usually within 10 miles from shore, are catch-and-release anyway. The fishing is a chance to fight big fish without the long trip offshore. Two summer flounder trips aboard, mostly on the back bay, each bagged one of the fish and released 20 to 50 throwbacks on Thursday and Sunday. Action’s been great on flounder trips, great fishing. Keep up with Joe’s fishing on Jersey Cape’s Blog.