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June 5 -- Back bay fluke fishing is spectacular in all our area bays.  Excellent reports from anglers fishing back bay waters from Atlantic City to Toms River.  The key to being successful in this fishery is light line & light weight.  Majority of the harvest is being caught in six feet of water or less.  Bob Opperman limited out and boated his largest fluke ever, a twenty-six inch jewel, this morning in Great Bay.  Bob caught all keepers on chartreuse swim mullet "Gulp" on a white bucktail.

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May 30 - One to two pound bluefish are in Barnegat Bay from Double Creek channel up to the "BB" buoy.  The blues are being caught casting small metal or trolling ponytails.  Ben Mottershead boated his first blue yesterday trolling a blue/white ponytail.

Dylan Morrello boated this thirty-two pound / forty-four inch bass on Saturday trolling MoJos north of Barnegat Inlet.

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May 29 - Some positive reports from over the weekend.  Fluke fishing in Barnegat Bay in the Double Creek channel vicinity is very good.  Many reports of anglers coming home with bag limits.  Barnegat Inlet is sporting some two to eight pound bluefish along with a few ten pound striped bass.  The ocean striper bite has been spread out and consistently spotty.  Not hot-n-heavy yet, but some anglers are hooking up on both bunker spoons & MoJo rigs.  On Friday, Jason Graham hauled in this thirty-eight pound jewel on a white MoJo trolling north of Barnegat Inlet.  Jason commented, good thing I was on the rod and not my dad!

 

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