Monthly Archives: October 2021

Too Many Shorts at GSN by Ed Valitutto

With a flat wave forecast for Sunday, October 24th followed by big waves for the rest of the week, Dave Spendiff joined me for a trip to the Garden State North reef. Despite the small number of boats remaining in

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Hilton Head Redfish by Dave Spendiff

I just finished a long weekend trip to the Savannah, GA area to visit two of my sons. I went fishing with my son Garth and his youngest son Carson on Saturday with a fair day of catching – both

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Four Man Seabass Limit by Ed Valitutto

Bill Figley invited Bill Dabney, Ron Roshelli and me to join him on Friday 10/15 for a seabass excursion. The weather was perfect and the waves were 2 ft or less as forecast. We departed Bill’s dock at 7:00 and

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Fishing the Beach by Gene Geld

I fished in Harvey Cedars today and caught a nice 14 inch Kingfish. Bloods are the bait of choice! I entered it in the LBI Surf Fishing Tournament but it wasn’t the largest of the day. I will be back

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Homemade Fish Ruler by Pat Presutto

I made a 48” fish ruler for the beach today. Total cost 11 bucks. Cut a piece of plastic off an old bait board and attached to the ruler using rivets and a piece of angle. I might do a

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Limited Out on Tog (Technically) by Ed Valitutto

With the waves too big for seabass fishing, Dave Spendiff joined me for a quick trip south to the sod banks near the Rutgers Research Center. On the way down before the middle grounds, we saw working birds and several

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Great Seabass Opening Day by Ed Valitutto

Opening day for seabass was October 8th and everything aligned perfectly! Weather was beautiful, winds were light out of the west and waves were 2 feet or less. Bill Dabney joined me for a trip to the Garden State North

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Nice Mixed Bag of Fish by Ed Valitutto

Dave Spendiff joined me for an early fall fishing trip on Monday October 4th. With 2 1/2 dozen green crabs from Tony’s B&T and a live well full of peanut bunker netted on the way out, we headed south to

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First Tog for Fall FOM by Bill Figley

October 1st was such a nice day, I just couldn’t stay at home. Since the waves were reasonable, I decided to go out and fish Little Egg reef. I caught a nice tog that went 18 1/2″ and nice triggerfish

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