Blackfish (tautog), wreck fishing chartersStriped bass (stripers) charters, trolling and chunking Karen Ann II - New Jersey Charter Boat35' Custom Downeast Sportfisherman / New Jersey Charterboat Bluefin tuna, yellowfin tuna, chunking and trolling, inshore and canyonMako shark, offshore fishing
  Wrecks - Bottom - Trolling - Inshore - Offshore 29 June 2017
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2005 Image Gallery

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2005 Archive (Click to Enlarge, Keep Mouse Over Photo For Caption)

1-2 - The Karen Ann II in her winter home. 1-2 - Hauled for the winter. 1-2 - Bob with a 9 and a 6 pound tog.
 
1-2 - Gulls fighting over a cunner. 12-30 - Bob with a 6.6 and an 8.8 pound tog. 12-28 - A happy group.
 
12-28 - Boxes of nice tog. 12-28 - Heading out the inlet. 12-28 - Heading across the bay.
 
12-27 - Steve with tog between 6 and 8 pounds. 12-23 - Mark with a 6.5 and 8.6 pound tog. 12-23 - Scott, Nick and Brian with tog to 7 pounds.
 
12-20 - John and Frank with an 8.3 and 7.7 pound tog. 12-19 - Robbie and Bob had a limit of tog, most 4-6 pounds.. 12-13 - Alex, John and Mark with 6 lb. 8 oz., 9 lb. 4 oz., and 7 lb. 10 oz. tog.
 
12-13 - Brendan and John with tog to 9 lbs. 4 oz. 12-13 - John with 9 lb. 4 oz. tog. 12-13 - Ice on rods/line.
 
12-11 - Vin with a 10 lb., 13 oz. tog. 12-10 - Limit catch of tog to near 12 lbs. 12-10 - Jim with a near 12 lb. tog.
 
12-10 - A slob at 26 in. 12-10 - Nice tog at 11 lb. 10 oz, 8 lb. 7 oz. and others over 6 pounds. 12-10 - Limit catch of tog to near 12 lbs.
 
12-8 - Mark with a 7 lb. 10 oz. tog. 12-8 - Jeff with his 6 pound tog. 12-8 - Brian and Jeff with 6 pound tog.
 
12-6 - 4 in. of snow. 12-6 - 4 in. of snow. 12-6 - 4 in. of snow.
 
12-6 - 4 in. of snow. 11-28 - Brendan shows off an 18 in. tog prior to release. 11-28 - Brendan releasing an 18 in. tog.
 
11-28 - Brendan and Mark with tog to 7 pounds. 11-28 - Brendan and Mark with the catch. 11-28 - A mess of whitechins to 7 pounds.
 
11-26 - Joel, Rich and Tommy with tog to 8 1/2 pounds. 11-26 - The Sutphen party with a limit of tog and a dozen sea bass. 11-21 - Another happy charter with a catch of tog to 6 pounds, along with sea bass and a jumbo porgy.
 
11-19 - Close up of Captain with 25 in., 9 lb. tog. 11-19 - 9 lb. tog taken on a local wreck. 11-19 - Charter with limit catch of tog to 9 pounds.
 
11-19 - Group shot with Buck showing off the biggest tog of the day. 11-17 - Joey jigged up this 26 lb., 41 in. striped bass. 11-17 - Shawn with a 7 lb. tog, his biggest.
 
11-8 - Marc with a nice triggerfish. 11-8 - Chris with a 12 lb. blue. 11-5 - Mark with a 33 in. striper prior to release.
 
11-3 - Box of fish taken off of wreck. 11-3 - Dayne shows off his prize porgies. 11-3 - Dayne with a slab porgy.
 
10-28 - Larry with 1 lb. 15 oz. scup (porgy). 10-20 - Baby lobster spit up by sea bass. 10-1 - On the way home from a successful fishing trip.
 
10-1 - Gran'pa with a nice croaker. 10-1 - Jacob and the Captain with Jacob's first ever keeper weakfish. 10-1 - Jacob's first ever fish, a throwback weakfish.
 
9-22 - Pete enjoying himself and the fishing. 9-22 - Walt with a 19.5 in. sea bass. 9-22 - Tom with the biggest sea bass of the day at 20 in.
 
9-11 - The Dave Hagerty party with their box of sea bass. 9-11 - Jim shows off his 20 in. sea bass, the biggest of the day. 9-4 - Wayne and Jim show off a couple of sea bass to 18 in. while Paul enjoys his stogie in the background.
 
9-3 - Michelle with a 44 in. long, 6+ lb. silver eel. 9-3 - The Leong family catching sea bass. 8-29 - Frank with another nice sea bass.
 
8-29 - Woody with a 2+ lb. sea bass. 8-29 - Bob with a 2+ lb. sea bass. 8-29 - Frank with a 2+ lb. sea bass.
 
8-26 - Todd, Samantha and Emily show off their 1/2 day catch.  Look at those smiles! 8-26 - Todd with a double-header keeper catch of sea bass. 8-20 - 17 flounder to 4.6 pounds with some nice sea bass and croakers.
 
8-19 - Steve with 2.5 pound sea bass. 8-11 - Nice catch of chicken dolphin (mahi) caught on trolling trip. 8-6 - A day to remember - Jim Sutphen and crew with 34 flounder (and a sea bass) to 8.2 pounds, with a number of 4-5 pound class fish.
 
8-6 - The kids with the catch of 34 flounder to 8.2 pounds. 8-6 - Mike, Paulie, and Jimmy show off some nice flounder. 8-6 - 28+ in., 8.2 pound flounder.
 
8-1 - Fine mid-summer catch of sea bass and flounder. 8-1 - Jim and his father, Jason, show off their biggest sea bass of the day. 8-1 - Jim with his 18.5 in. sea bass.
 
7-31 - Shane, Steve and Jimmy show off their catch. 7-29 - Ed and Sasha with some nice sea bass. 7-27 - Diane with double-header keeper sea bass catch.
 
7-27 - Dave can catch sea bass. 7-27 - Don can catch sea bass. 7-27 - Cindy with one of the biggest of the day.
 
7-22 - Fighting a tuna. 7-22 - George getting ready to release bluefin tuna. 7-22 - Bill loves his tuna.
 
7-17 - Judy, Stan, Paul and Rebecca show off their catch. 7-17 - Paul, Judy and Rebecca are all catching. 7-17 - Paul can catch, too.
 
7-17 - Rebecca with black sea bass. 7-17 - Stan lands another double header catch of black sea bass. 7-17 - Stan fighting another one.
 
7-15 - Buck hams it up with his 40 pound yellowfin. 7-15 - Buck, Sam, Jim and Tom show off their catch. 7-15 - Yellowfin tuna to 40 pounds caught in the Wilmington Canyon.
 
7-15 - Trolling for tuna in the Wilmington Canyon. 7-4 - Larry and Paula raising the tuna flag. 7-4 - Paula with another lit up bluefin, her 4th of the day.
 
7-4 - Larry shows off a bluefin of his own. 7-4 - Terry and the Captain go 2-for-2. 7-4 - Terry fighting bluefin tuna.
 
7-4 - Lit up bluefin tuna prior to release. 7-4 - Paula fights another tuna. 7-4 - Terry, Larry and Paula go 3-for-3 on bluefin tuna.
 
7-4 - Paula with her first ever tuna. 7-2 - Manuel with 24 in., 4.5 lb. sea bass. 6-18 - 7-Year old Liam Kerwin with a double-header keeper catch of sea bass.
 
6-17 - The Mark Zuccarello party looks pretty happy after putting 144 fish in the box. 6-12 - Joe shows off a 2.5 lb. sea bass, part of a double-header keeper catch. 6-12 - Alvin with a colorful humpback bass.
 
6-6 - Shane and his father Steve show off a handful of 2.5 lb. sea bass. 6-4 - The Jim Sutphen charter is all smiles. 6-4 - Sam shows off 41 in., 26.1 lb. striped bass.
 
6-2 - Unusual inshore catch...a sea raven. 5-30 - Steve with tog and sea bass. 5-30 - Chris with his 3.5 and 3.8 pound sea bass.
 
5-29 - Al Scotland with his 3 pound sea bass. 5-27 - Lou gets in on the action as Dana cranks in another. 5-27 - Warren with a double header keeper catch.
 
5-27 - Dana shows off her sea bass as Geoff looks on. 5-23 - Bill shows off 3 pound sea bass. 5-23 - Doug R. with a 3 pound sea bass.
 
5-22 - Mike and Mike with some of their sea bass. 5-15 - Kimber with her 34.5 in. striper caught on spinning tackle. 5-15 - Kimber enjoys the action.
 
5-15 - Donnita looks happy catching bluefish. 5-15 - Tommy shows off May 'knot head'. 5-14 - Dave Creasy and his party with a limit catch of blues to 5 pounds.
 
4-18 - Bill J. shows off a 7 pound and 9 pound tog. 3-17 - Karen Ann II ready to launch.  
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