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 16 August 2017
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2007 Image Gallery

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End of the season. Hoar Frost. Keith with a hungry tog.
 
The John Bradwell charter with tog. The Chang family with tog. Frank, John, Mike and Joe with some nice tog.
 
Family day at the boat. Tony and Jerry with a couple of near 8 pound tog. Mike, Dick and Paul with nice tog.
 
Limit catch of tog. Bob with his personal best tog at over 11 pounds. Tony with his personal best tog at over 10 pounds.
 
Jake braves the chill to catch a fish. 4 pound plus sea bass for Vin. 122 fish for the Mike Gattone party.
 
Jake shows off a slab scup. The Captain with a mako shark. Posing with mako shark.
 
Andrew gets up close with a mako shark. Lou with a 3+ pound sea bass. Northern Flicker along for a ride.
 
Jake with his catch. Jake cleaning up after a hard day of fishing. Jake with his first triggerfish.
 
Jake with his first tog. Jake in the captain's chair. Hank with a 3+ pound sea bass.
 
Jumbo sea bass and triggers. Nice catch of fluke and sea bass. Ken with a remora.
 
Jeremy with a nice sea bass. Dave with a double header of nice sea bass. Bat in the wheelhouse.
 
Bat in the wheelhouse. Donna with a 3 pound sea bass. Joe with 3.5 pound sea bass.
 
Tom with 3 pound sea bass. Wayne with 3 pound sea bass. Big ray.
 
Big ray. Big ray. Derek with a 24 in. and a 22 in. fluke.
 
Stan and Derek with fluke to 24 in. and sea bass to 2 lbs. Sandy with a 5 pound fluke. The joy of letting kids apply sun tan lotion.
 
Good fluke catch. 8 pound and 5 pound fluke. 19 in. fluke.
 
Pelican. Joe with a 60+ pound tuna. 60 pound class bluefin tuna.
 
l-r:  Ed, Charlie and Joe raising the tuna flag. Joe is spent after fighting tuna. Stormy skies surrounded us...
 
...but we fished under blue skies. Nice catch of fluke to over 5 pounds. Slammer blues and nice catch of bonito for Pirozzi party.
 
Nice catch of fluke to over 7 pounds for the Congdon party. 7.25 and 6.5 pound fluke. Tim with double header keeper fluke catch.
 
50+ pound bluefin tuna. Offshore oil tanker. Skarbek party with fluke to 4 lbs.
 
Ben and Adam with bluefin tuna, mahi and bluefish. Bluefin tuna, mahi and slammer bluefish on trolling trip. 1 year old Owen admires a fish bigger than he is.
 
Enis doesn't let anything stand in his way of fishing. The Haring family, l-r: Chris, Dottie, Randy, Noelle, Bethany, Jenna Sandy with one of the best sea bass of the afternoon.
 
Catherine catches largest tog of afternoon. Gary reeling one in. Sea bass with the bends?
 
Boardwalk fire in Atlantic City. Boardwalk fire in Atlantic City. Dave with nice tog.
 
Jay reels in another while Joseph looks on. Joseph with trigger while Jay looks on. Sea bass on sounding machine.
 
Sea bass on sounding machine. Mike with jumbo scup prior to release. Sailing ship off of Long Beach Island.
 
Tony with double header sea bass. Stan with double header sea bass. Turtle in marina.
 
Bob with nice sea bass. Morning rainbow. Morning rainbow.
 
Kyle with his first keeper sea bass. Joey with a jumbo sea bass. Monkfish with stomach contents.
 
Mike with big monkfish. George with a nice sea bass. Bob with a nice sea bass.
 
Andy with a 3 lb. sea bass. Jim with a nice bass while brother Sam looks on. Jim with a nice sea bass.
 
John with a pair of keeper-sized lead eating sea bass. Tom with a 3.5 lb. sea bass. Tim is all smiles with a 3 lb. sea bass.
 
John with a shirt that fits him well. John with 49.5 in., 37 lb. 5 oz. striped bass. Tony with the day's best sea bass back at the dock.
 
John with 49.5 in., 37 lb. 5 oz. striped bass. John with 49.5 in., 37 lb. 5 oz. striped bass. John with a 4.25 lb. sea bass.
 
Tony with a 3 lb. 9 oz. sea bass. Mark catching the way he does best. Mark with a decent sea bass.
 
Tom catching the way he does best. Tom doing what he does best. 5-24 - Doing some trolling.
 
5-24 - Jake nets the big one. Joey with a nice sea bass as John is all smiles. Buck with a keeper pollock.
 
Rodney strikes again with another 3+ pound sea bass. Rodney strikes fear into the hearts of sea bass everywhere. The Captain does it again with this 14+ pound tog which was released.
 
The Captain with a 9 pound tog and a near 12 pound, 27 in. tog. Chris with a couple of 7 pound tog. Fred with a double header catch of a keeper tog and a small cod fish.
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