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Blowfishing is the name of the game the last few days over here at the dock. The little puffers are chewing their heads off attacking small bits of clams. Spots and pinfish are also taking the baits. There was also a black drum around 5lbs taken from the dock this morning. Fluke fishing has been great off the beaches and the casino pier area. Bucktails tipped with Gulp! baits have seem to be doing the best. The brown sharks are still being caught at night on fresh bunker chunks as well. Scott

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We sure seem to be having our own shark week lately. The night bite from our local beaches have been producing some nice fighting brown sharks with a few other species mixed in. Cut fresh bunker is always the sure way to go. Daylight fishing with cut baits and small metal are still producing king fish, fluke, croakers and snapper blues. Crabbing is starting to improve somewhat from our dock and boats. John Yac

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Fishing in the surf has been steady for this time of year with the usual cast of players. King fish seem to have the leading role with small blues next in line, the rest of the cast are fluke and several species of sharks. Cut bait is your ticket to this production with small metals mixed in. The bay seems to be putting on it's own show with a slightly larger cast. Small weakfish, spot, blow fish, and small black drum along with snapper blues round off their cast. Again small cut baits and small metals will do the trick. The crabbing both from our dock and boats still remain a working game with patience and time spent paying some dividends. John Yac

The crabbing was a little slow on the dock today but the boats did ok. Kingfish along with some blues are being caught on the surf. Mario

Report 8-16

Plenty of small fish to occupy your time from the Dock. A mix of snapper blues, blowfish, kingfish, spot, small stripers and sea bass were all caught today by anglers from our Dock... On the ocean side spot and kingfish are still the hot bite with both species whacking clams and squid on high low rigs... Crabbing in the bay is still slow but we are hoping the cooler nights predicted for the next week or so will jumpstart the bite...John

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