Archive for July 2017

Fishing Report

There are some nice size fluke being taken in IBSP not a ton but some nice 2 – 4 lb. fish. These great eating flatties seem to be favoring a variety of natural cut baits. Bluefish strips, peanut bunker, live killies, spearing and squid combos or just squid strips alone all fished on ether a…

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Fishing Report

We find ourselves in the summer surf fishing mode now, wow did that come fast! Small to medium size blues mostly on cut baits, bass mostly shorts with the occasional keeper taking clams. Fluke this time of year is the number one target in the surf. The best method to score on these tasty fish…

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Fishing Report

Fishing improves some along with the weather. Big blues have been hitting the beaches just north of us. Fluke and king fish are taking up residence in the surf. Some whispers of keeper bass on bait have been circulating but we have no solid proof as of yet. The back bay behind IBSP is still…

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Fishing Report

Larger blues, more fluke and kingfish is the surf report for today. Nice size blues on cut bait, keeper fluke taking bucktails tipped with gulp or squid and kingfish on small hooks baited with worms, strips of clam and the ultimate stay on the hook fish after fish “Fishbites” artificial blood worm scented strips. Fluke…

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Fishing Report

With the holiday weekend and all the drama it brought with it being finely over. It’s time to see what the fishing is going to be like going forward. As normal for this time of year in the surf, small blues mostly on cut baits with fluke moving in and out of the cuts pouncing on bucktails and…

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Fishing Report

HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY!! >>> In honor of Independence Day Island Beach State Park will be OPEN today! Our state government finally got their act together and maybe we can still salvage a piece of the holiday weekend. The surf fishing remains slow while the back bay and river areas are doing a bit better, Crabbing is…

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Fishing Report

Happy 4th of July weekend! Number one on the list is to stay safe and enjoy yourself. The beach is still giving up some fluke and blues by day and some sand tigers and browns by night. The bay still has some top water bluefish action and some pretty decent fluking at the BB and…

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