Monthly Archives: September 2017

FLUKE AND BLUEFISH by Dave Spendiff

Another beautiful day on the bay – water temp at 68 degrees, light wind and bait all over the place – a great day to go fishing. Went to the Ship Bottom bridge to try and catch some small stripers

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9/11 WEAKFISH by Dave Spendiff

It was a beautiful day today so I went out to my favorite spot and was lucky enough to catch three weakfish, three runt sea bass and a baby fluke. All of the weakies were about the same size and

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Final Fluke Day by Marty Friedrich

September 4th was the last fishable day of the fluke season in the ocean. With three friends on board, we had a good day of fishing with many throwbacks and seven keepers. I had my 3 fish limit with the largest 22 inches. We also had

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BL Reef 25 August by Dave Spendiff

With the favorable marine forecast of 2 ft or less seas, I wanted to fish the Barnegat Light Reef and locate and chart some nearby wrecks. So much for a plan! The seas were 3-5 ft and miserable to fish

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