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Fishing Report

Late spring fishing remains good! Striped bass, Blues, fluke and now add some black drum into the mix just to keep things interesting. Bait choices remain the same. Cut bunker, clams both salted and fresh along with squid strips top the list of natural baits. Swimmers, poppers, divers which include darters from large metal lips to small plastics will all produce. If metal is your lure of choice, go for it! Lets never forget the trusty buck tail tipped with gulp in sizes to match the water conditions (depth and current speed). The back bay is still giving up some nice blues and fluke from the Rt. 37 bridge south to the Barnegat inlet.

Fishing Report

Bass > Blues > Fluke!! The cry coming from the beaches out front and the back bay areas from the RT. 37 bridge to the Barnegat Inlet. Natural cut baits along with a verity of artificial lures are all scoring on these spring run fish. Top bait choices for the new anglers in the salt are as follows. Clams both fresh and salted for the bass, cut bunker, cut mackerel and mullet fished whole or cut for the blues with stripped squid strips and spearing combos for the fluke.

Fishing Report

Bluefish and striped bass are being taken on cut bait, clams and artificials alike. Both out front and in the back bay. There has been some real slammer blues taken on the back side of IBSP on top water plugs. The largest one to my knowledge topped 15 lbs. on a popper caught by Ron one of our shop regulars. Our fishing dock out back is still producing some blues in the 3-6 lb. class and the occasional keeper fluke has been surprising anglers fishing cut bunker fore blues. We have fresh bunker, salted clams, and live sand worms along with our full line of frozen baits.

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Fishing Report – Update!!

Some decent blue fish action today off the end of our dock. Blues in the 3-5 lb. class were taking bunker chunks fished on our "dock special" blue fish rigs through out the day. The high light of the day so far is a nice fat 22" fluke taken on a bunker chunk, and yes fished on one of our rigs!

Fishing Report

Bluefish and striped bass are being taken along our beaches at the present time. Clams and cut bunker are the baits of choice. On the artificial front, swimmers and poppers are both drawing attention and lets not forget the old reliable buck tail when all else fails. The back bay is still producing some nice slammer blue fish mostly on cut bait. .

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