NJ Fishing Reports

Raritan Bay Ecological Syudy – August 10, 2022

Sampling waters of the bay with students from Lafayette College. Fantastic day to be out on the water. Love the sounds of those twin GM big blocks.

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NJ Sea Bass Fishing Report – August 4, 2021

Jayme enjoyed a well-deserved day of hooky from his stress filled financial business position.

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NJ Cod, Ling and Sea Bass Fishing Report – July 16, 2022

Will and friends, excellent bottom catches this weekend.

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NJ Porgy Fishing Report – July 03, 2022

Hot porgy bite continues! Jonathan Lee and friends from Philly enjoyed a condition perfect day to beat up on the porgies. The crew where a bit late but fished hard to make up for...

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NJ Porgies Fishing Report – June 25, 2022

IT’S PORGY TIME! Amanda B, family and friends from North New Jersey enjoyed filling  the fish box with giant size porgies. Very enjoyable day thank you.

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NJ Porgy Fishing Report – June 25, 2022

Mosley and friends had a long from ride Philly Pa. to get in on the large porgy action. Decent catch all good fishermen, welcome aboard anytime.

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NJ Cod, Sea Bass Ling and Eel Fishing Report – June 11, 2022

WOW!!!!! Brian and friends from Pa. annual bottom fish charter. Perfect conditions, light NE winds and only a slight swell. This group pulled the finest kind catch of knuckle head Sea Bass, Cod, Ling,...

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NJ Cod, Sea Bass, Ling and Eel Fishing Report – June 4, 2022

A group of young men from North Jersey opted a try for a catch of bottom fish. They were rewarded with a mixed bag of ling, seabass, cod and a few conger eels. Fresh...

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NJ Striped Bass Fishing Report – May 15, 2022

A family from Short Hills decided to try a first time ever chartering a boat. Concerns were about sea sickness, but I assured them the .NET was a very stable vessel and would fish...

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Raritan Bay Ecological Study – May 14, 2022

Busy weekend on the .NET. On the afternoon trip Lafayette college held class on the .NET taking samples of the waters of Raritan Bay. Zero visibility, rain and nasty cool conditions. The advanced Eletronic’s...

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