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Manasquan River Fluke
Plenty of fluke in Manasquan Inlet. Fished about 90 minutes between rain showers and landed a total of 10 fluke (all shorts 13-16”s). Fished from a hour before high slack to just after high slack. Bigger fish hit closer to slack. Everything on a single killie fished on a light wire hook on a #20 leader. Guy fishing next to me outfished me 2:1 using a hi-lo rig tied on #15 flurocarbon with a white 4” white GULP swimming minnow on top and a pearl GULP jerk shad on the bottom with 1 ounce sinker on the bottom.
fishing report photo of Fluke photo taken on 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM contributed by Skolmann
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Batting 1.000
Snuck out of my office early and decided to take a ride over to the inlet.With the heavy overcast, light mist and heavy fog I was shocked to see a fair amount of guys fishing. Saw a few decent sized bluefish caught and some short fluke. On a whim on my way home, I decided to check one of my spots in the canal that I blackfish at. There were two guys hooked up to bluefish as I walked up. One left soon after and I struck up a conversation with the other. I learned that he caught several blues (as well as some earlier this morning) and the guy who had just left hands several as well to #15. After a while, he asked if I would like to take a few casts and with that he gave me his rod. This is the result of my only cast (I liked the idea of going 1 for 1 😁). Since my go to spring bluefish spot was a short distance away, I made a stop there and saw another bluefish caught. I know where I’ll be on my day off Wednesday.
fishing report photo of Bluefish photo taken on 6/10/2019 5:52:00 PM contributed by Skolmann

Catch Date: 06/10/2019 17:52 PM

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Double Hook Up
Both my son (right) and I are hooked up with #15+ bluefish. Some don’t like catching blues but I find them to be some of the hardest fighting fish in the sea.
fishing report photo of Bluefish photo taken on 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM contributed by Skolmann
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TerryBAwesome pic.
LikeReply 1 year
Pelagics
Thought that I had a good day being part of a six man crew that limited out on fluke until I saw this cart of fish brought to the cleaning table; 3 yellowfin tuna in the #60-70 range, 2 mahi to #15 and a #130-150 class broadbill swordfish. Al caught offshore of NJ in the Hudson Canyon.
fishing report photo of Swordfish photo taken on 8/6/2017 3:36:00 PM contributed by Skolmann

Catch Date: 08/06/2017 15:36 PM

2 Comments
JimmyImpressive haul!
LikeReply 2 years
CanuckNice catch, but the haul is most always larger in the other guy's cart! At least in my experience.
LikeReply 2 years
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