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Saltwater Fishing Report

Report from Monday, September 17.

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Atlantic Highlands
An 11-pound 3-ounce fluke was crushed on Saturday morning’s trip on the party boat Atlantic Star, Capt. Tom said. Irwin Meyers from Fort Lee nailed the whopper, the biggest fluke this season aboard, and the largest Tom knew about from the fleet this year. A 10.9-pounder was the next biggest on the boat this year. Trips during the weekend picked throwback fluke and a few keepers aboard. Not good fishing, but Tom will try to stick with fluking through Saturday, the final day of fluke season. Some anglers want to sail for them. Trips fished from the channels on the ocean to Flynn’s Knoll to Raritan Bay. The ocean where the boat is fishing held a little roll Saturday and calmed quite a lot by Sunday. Trips are fishing for fluke 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 to 6 p.m. daily.

Daily trips, previously fishing for fluke, will begin running for porgies today on the Fishermen, a report said on the party boat’s website. Fluking, on the ocean, was no good Saturday and Sunday aboard. A trip two Fridays ago was the most recent that sailed for fluke previously, because of weather. That fluking was probably the best of the season aboard. Trips are fishing for porgies 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 .m. daily.