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Saltwater Fishing Report

Report from Thursday, December 14.

| Keyport | Belmar | Point Pleasant Beach | Barnegat Light | Barnegat | Atlantic City | Longport | Cape May | Last Monday's Report |
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Cape May
Boaters seemed to rack up striped bass from the ocean off Ocean City and Sea Isle City on Monday and Tuesday, said Capt. George from Heavy Hitter. The fishing sounded decent, and none probably sailed Wednesday in windy, bitter cold weather. The Heavy Hitter is supposed to sail for stripers this weekend.

A very good catch of striped bass was trolled Monday on the ocean on the Prime Time II, Capt. Steve said. The fish weren’t as big as previously aboard. Still, they were all in the 40 inches, up to 44. Lots of bait was marked, and Steve assumed that was bunker. A trip Friday aboard hooked no stripers. But the angling rebounded on Monday. Steve wondered whether stripers and bait pulled offshore Friday. Not much bait was read that day. Snow fell that afternoon. No bluefish were hooked during striper trips yet this season aboard. The boat is supposed to striper fish next on Friday and Sunday.