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It was another gorgeous day to be on the water. We fished both the ocean and the bay and found improved fishing in both areas with a nice mix of shorts and quality keepers. Gulps, spros and natural baits all put some fish in the coolers today. Larry White, Riverdale, NJ, had a couple of keepers which included the 5 pound 7 ounce pool fish. The weather looks great right into the weekend so come out and enjoy it!! See you in the morning.
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The forecast brought out a nice group of our regular flukers today. Fished a number of different areas and found some life in most of the spots but not enough to keep us in any one place. The guys ended up taking some quality fish home. Jim Talcott, Highlands, NJ, took the pool with a very nice 9 POUND fish which is our largest of the young season! Weather looks GREAT for the next several days!
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|05/23/16||We ended up with some keepers for the day but the bite was not up to par with what we had over the weekend. A big ocean swell and dirty water finally shut down the bite in that area today. We spent the day in the bay finding a few nice fish in several different areas and we had our best fishing late in the day. Dominick Marcantonio, East Hanover, NJ, took the pool with a fish around 4 pounds. See you in the morning.
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The rain forecast kept some of the Sunday regulars home today which was a shame since the last drops fell before we left the dock and the rest of the day was very nice. The folks had to work a little harder today with less drift but we were happy once again with the fishing we found this early in the season. Tony "THE FLUKEMAN" Satus, Old Bridge, NJ, made his first fluke trip of the year and ended up with an early limit which was also our first of the young season!!! There was a spread of fish around the boat with most having at least a fish to take home. Keith Horens, Flanders, NJ, took the pool.
Today was the start of the long-awaited NJ fluke season and we were pleased with the fishing that we found. There were fewer boats on the grounds today than expected which was nice. We fished a couple of different areas on the day and found a good ratio of keepers to shorts. Dave Brink, Middletown, NJ, had a good opening day and ended up with four nice keepers. Mike Scher, Cranford, NJ, had three keepers. A number of guys went home with at least a couple of fish. Jim Florio, Newark, NJ, had a couple of keepers and took the pool with a 4 pound fish.
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