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Dinner !!!
My only two keepers out of the nine I caught but they were both quality fish. #7.2 on the left and #4.8 on the right.
fishing report photo of Fluke photo taken on 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM contributed by Skolmann
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williamWow nice... I gotta get back to NJ to get on the fun
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fcsthethirdVery nice that's good eating there.
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Good Bluefishing Continues
My son with a nice #7 bluefish from earlier today. We combined to put 13 (he edged me out 7-6) from #3-7 on the sand. We each also missed a few. Early on the bite was slow during the last hour of the incoming tide. They favored plastic shads, although my son caught on on a metal jig. Once the tide turned and began to go out a better bite developed on SP Minnow and X-Rap plugs.
fishing report photo of Bluefish photo taken on 5/11/2017 8:58:00 AM contributed by Skolmann

Catch Date: 05/11/2017 8:58 AM

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I watched this beauty of a #7.2 fluke inhale my bucktail on the surface after it followed my rig up on the retrieve.
fishing report photo of Fluke photo taken on 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM contributed by Skolmann
My son with a nice #7 cod.
fishing report photo of Cod photo taken on 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM contributed by Skolmann
This #7.3 fluke provided one of most memorable bites.

We very fishing very shallow water and I from the bow pulpit. I was using bucktailing with a light spinning outfit. I had casted out and bounced the bucktailing for several minutes without a touch. Eventually my line started going under the boat so I started to retrieve my line to make another cast. I just so happened to be looking into the water when my bucktailing reached the surface and I saw the big brown disc follow it up and in one lightening swipe inhaled the bucktailing and turned towards the bottom. No hook set needed. The fish struck with such force that the shaft of the hook on the bucktailing was bent.
fishing report photo of Fluke photo taken on 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM contributed by Skolmann
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JimmyIt's always cool seeing the fish strike, it's amazing how fast and sometimes stealthy they are. In my garden pond I have a center pit where my Bluegill like to hide when they're being shy. I'll throw a piece of bread or a worm in and watch it sink. Poof its just vanishes without me ever seeing a fish.
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SkolmannAlways amazes me how lightening fast fish strike.
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Two quality fluke of #7.8 and #5.3 out of the four keepers I caught that trip on the Capt. John . All caught on. Spro bucktailing tipped with GULP.
fishing report photo of Fluke photo taken on 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM contributed by Skolmann
A day of shallow water light tackle bucktailing yielded this #7.5 fluke for me. Also caught a #5 and a #3.5 (plus a ton of shorts) all on a light spinning outfit more suited for trout. All in less than 7' of water.
fishing report photo of Fluke photo taken on 7/21/2013 4:45:00 AM contributed by Skolmann

Catch Date: 07/21/2013 4:45 AM

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