Fisherman Magazine Update

Party and charter boats at the Jersey Shore are still working the grounds on a variety of options this week, from false albacore and bonito, to cod, porgies and ling, with a surprising dose of winter flounder in the north as well. Delaware anglers continue hitting the black sea bass and summer flounder grounds to the south, while everywhere in between blackfish are being scored with regularity both inshore and onshore! While only a one tautog bag limit in New Jersey, jetty jocks have been doing quite well soaking crabs along the inlet rocks, with Central South Jersey anglers especially hitting a few surprise redfish in the mix, as well as triggerfish. It’s a good time to dunk a chum pot with the kids in the back bay for blowfish and fall striper candies (spot), while reports of double-digit bluefish continue coming from Barnegat Bay. Don’t forget the weakfish which have turned on to all these peanuts beginning to flow out the back! Finger mullet are beginning to stack up for the run down the beach, and the tell-tale “V-Wakes” should be appearing soon along your favorite stretch. Match the hatch in this week’s video forecast, and we hope to see you at the Surf Fishing Show at the Huntington Hilton on Long Island this week as well. Get details in this week’s forecast!


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