Thu., July 20, 2017
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Saltwater Fishing Report

Report from Thursday, July 20.

| Sewaren | Keyport | Leonardo | Atlantic Highlands | Highlands | Neptune | Belmar | Point Pleasant Beach | Margate | Longport | Sea Isle City | Cape May | Last Monday's Report |
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Neptune
Overall, fishing was good, Capt. Ralph from Last Lady Fishing Charters wrote in an email. Fluking picked up on the ocean aboard, and the weekly, individual-reservation trip for fluke and sea bass Tuesday hooked the fish most of the day. Good fishing, and all anglers left with fillets. A 4.6-pound fluke won the pool, and a 4-pounder was next-biggest. The trips are fishing every Tuesday, and kids under 12 sail free on those outings, limited to one per adult host. An individual-reservation, inshore-wreck-fishing trip Monday fished terrific, like usual lately. A load of ling, including quite a few big, were pasted, and sea bass and cod were pitched aboard. A healthy-sized lobster was the exotic catch of the day. More of the wreck trips will sail Aug. 2 and 21. Individual-reservation trips for cod will run at 2 a.m. Aug. 9 and 30, and the last trip, covered in a previous report here, smoked big cod and pollock. Individual-rez trips for blues and porgies will be scheduled when those fish move in better. Sunday, July 30, is available for charter. Some weekend dates and weekdays are available in August for charters