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Striper Bite Still Going Strong
Striper Bite Still Going Strong
Striper Bite Still Going Strong
It was around the second month in October that reports started filtering in about the booms, blasts, and blitzes occurring around the seemingly infinite schools of bunkers slowly moving down the coast.
Porgies Piling It On
Porgies Piling It On
Porgies Piling It On
Porgies (scup) are doing that amid the sea bass fervor on the party boats...and on more than a few charter and private boats dropping baits down to the wrecks, rubble, and other structures jutting from the ocean floor.
Black Sea Bass Season Reopens October 1
Black Sea Bass Season Reopens October 1
Black Sea Bass Season Reopens October 1
So here it is for October 1-31: a 10-fish limit with a minimum possession length of 12.5 inches. There’s a bump to 15 sea bass from November 1 through New Year's Eve.
Invasion of the Royals
Invasion of the Royals
Invasion of the Royals
It’s a beach and bay assault that has actually been going on since, hmm, early July along certain beaches and in some of the bays, but the run of kingfish, aka “royals” is now going full tilt.
September Bounty
September Bounty
September Bounty
September, oft referred to as the “transition month” when it comes to the fishing and hunting scenes, will hit full stride when the early archery deer season in certain deer management zones (DMZs) opens half an hour before sunrise (6:03) Saturday, September 9.
Late Summer Bronzing
Late Summer Bronzing
Late Summer Bronzing
This is our prime time to wet wade the several Garden State rivers and streams that harbor that tawny, vertical barred, scarlet-eyed ultra-light tackle terror: the smallmouth bass, aka bronzeback.

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