Member Reports

Last Fluke Trip for 2022 by Larry Leary

What a decent way to end a great fluke season! Brian, Jimbo and I left the dock around 7:15. We started at the inlet and caught one bluefish. Next stop was the Tires for one keeper and a few shorts.

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Spur of the Moment Trip by Larry Leary

We decided last night that since this might be the last fluke trip of the season depending on the weather, to go out for one more trip. Brian & I fished near the range buoy 3 miles outside the Tires.

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Two Days in a Row on the Surf by Ed Valitutto

Last Thursday 9/15, a sewer line crossing a nearby lagoon was ruptured by a bulk header. Stafford Township had to run a temporary line blocking water passage by 12-15 streets while a permanent solution could be installed. With beautiful weather,

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Time Is Winding Down by Marty Friedrich

Went out on September 14 with my pal Wil to LE reef. It was quite sporty early this morning, but the sea started letting down by late morning. We ended the day with 5 keepers with one at 4 lbs

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Bluefin & Yellowfin Trips

I fished with 3 friends on a charter off Cape Cod on August 28th. We went 1 for 4, boating about a 70 lb. Bluefin Tuna. In spite of the “big ones getting away”, one after a 2 hour fight,

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Bay Fishing on The Jen-Jen by Larry Leary

My whole family joined me for a lovely day on the bay fishing – members included Sean & Stacy, grandsons Bryson & Owen and my wife Laura. We fished a bit south of the BI buoy and had a mixed

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Bathing Beach Beauties by Phil Simon

Two late-August trips to the fishing grounds north of the Barnegat Inlet demonstrated to me that decent ocean fluke fishing is back. On Saturday Aug 27, I went out with club member Dan Ludwig and his son Joey on Dan’s

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Last Minute Trip by Ed Valitutto

With the weather so nice, I decided early this morning to take a short trip to the LE buoy near the Middle Grounds for a little fishing. The flies were scarce and the drift was perfect. I caught several shorts,

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Good trip by marty friedrich

Finally had a decent trip in the ocean! I took my neighbor and we went 12 miles out to fish a couple of wrecks. All together we had a nice catch of 5 flounder including 1 over at 22 3/4″

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Nice Trip North Today by Larry Leary

Brian, Addison, Carter and I went north today. We fished several wrecks and the Seaside pipe. We were able to keep 4 overs, 3 slots and 1 sea bass. There were also lots of shorts in the mix until the

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Of the fifty United States, thirty-eight have a striped-bass record. New Jersey has the largest striped-bass record—a 78-pound 8·ounce whopper that was caught in 1982. The state with the smallest striped-bass record is Iowa. That landlocked striper weighed only 9 pounds 4 ounces and was caught in 1983.
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