Monthly Archives: July 2022

Finally Back Fishing In My Boat Again by Ed Valitutto

After almost 6 weeks without my boat waiting for the tilt / trim assembly, the part arrived, and Causeway Marine finished the installation. As a combo shakedown cruise and fishing trip, I decided to stay close and hit the Middle

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Another Decent Day on The Jen-Jen by Larry Leary

We decided to fish today since the remainder of the week didn’t look like it was going to cooperate wind wise. I had a crew of 4 – me, Brian, Tyler and Mike, a friend. We broke the inlet around

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Kingfish Are Here by Gene Geld

I’ve been fishing daily for Kingfish the last 3-4 days but the eelgrass was too much for me in Barnegat Light and Harvey Cedars. I decided to try mid- island and landed 12 and kept 7. The largest fish was

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Early Out Early In by Larry Leary

The Jen-Jen got out early through the inlet today to once again be greeted by 53 degree water temperatures. We then traveled 8-10 miles off shore where the water temp was 71 degrees! Just incredible the change in temperature from

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Awesome Day on The Jen-Jen by Larry Leary

We left the dock early and broke the inlet around 7:00 only to find 53 degree water temperatures. Not good for fluke! We were originally going North to Seaside but decided the fluke bite wasn’t happening in those temperatures so

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Only Caught One But It Was “THE ONE” by Ed Valitutto

Since my boat is still out of commission waiting on the Lift / Tilt Assembly, I decided to go out on the Miss Barnegat Light. With a spectacular forecast and since it was Monday, how bad could the crowds be?

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Two Days of Limits by John Barrett

New member John Barrett went out fluke fishing two days last week with nephew Kevin, a NYS trooper down on vacation. John found a spot N/W of the LER. John reported lots of shorts but managed a limit for both

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