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
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Owen and his crab-bies. Coming home in the snow. Coming home in the snow.
 
Coming home in the snow. Coming home in the snow. Karen Ann II in Atlantic City.
 
Karen Ann II in Atlantic City. 11 lb. 8 oz. tog caught by Gary. 9 lb. 10 oz. tog caught by Brett.
 
Nice tog caught by Tom. Dovekie. Dovekie.
 
Crab bagel for breakfast? Frozen buoy. Low tide.
 
Low tide. Low tide. Low tide.
 
Low tide. Low tide. 16 lb. tog.
 
16 lb. tog. Johnny calls for his net. Tog to 9 pounds.
 
Limit of tog to 11 pounds. 11 pound tog. Tog and stripers...a fall classic!
 
Gary with a pair of 8+ pound tog. Keith with 9+ pound tog. Frank with 4+ pound Northern Stargazer.
 
Hooked up! 10 pound 5 oz. flounder. Jacob gets a rest.
 
Limit catch of sea bass to 2.75 pounds. Limit catch of sea bass to 2.75 pounds. Sea bass from 2.5 to 3.5 pounds.
 
Limit catch of sea bass to 2.75 pounds. Keeper flounder and near 16 pound bluefish. 7.4 and 5 pound flounder.
 
26 keeper flounder to 9 lbs. 8 oz. Flounder between 7 and 9.5 pounds. Flounder to 9.5 pounds.
 
Jacob with a flounder. Jacob baits his hook. Jacob baits his hook.
 
Bonito. The Eric Evenson charter with flounder to 22 in.. Sam and Rich Salvatore.
 
The Robin Cunningham charter. Mixed bag of ling, sea bass and tog. Bill with 4 lb. 13 oz. sea bass.
 
Sea bass from 2.5 to 5 pounds. Bill and Tom with sea bass and fluke. Bill at dock with 4 lb. 13 oz. sea bass.
 
Sea bass from 23 in. to 14 in. Gi and Dennis with 3.75 and 4.25 pound sea bass. Dennis with 4.25 pound sea bass, our biggest of the year.
 
Frank with nice tog prior to release. Luz with 2.5 pound sea bass. Keith with nice tog prior to release.
 
John with nice tog prior to release. Jumbo sea bass between 2.5 and 4 pounds. Mr. Nip with 4 pound sea bass.
 
9 pound tog prior to release. Jumbo sea bass between 3 and 4 pounds. The Bradwell party with some jumbo sea bass.
 
Near 3 pound sea bass Dozen and a half 3-4 pound sea bass. John with a couple near 4 pound sea bass.
 
Tom with another near 4 pound sea bass. Mark with 3 pound sea bass. Tom with near 4 pound sea bass.
 
John with his biggest sea bass, over 3 pounds. Sam with a beautiful humpback sea bass. Jason and Jeff with sea bass over 3 pounds.
 
Jean with a 3 1/2 pound sea bass. Limit catch of sea bass with nearly two dozen 3+ pound fish. Limit catch of sea bass to near 4 pounds.
 
Keith and his father with 3-4 pound sea bass. Keith with another near 4 pound sea bass. Keith with near 4 pound sea bass.
 
Chris and Harvey with 3 pound sea bass. Limit catch of sea bass to near 4 pounds. 3-4 pound sea bass.
 
Danny with a 3 pound sea bass. Buck with a near 4 pound sea bass. Buck with a 3 1/2 pound sea bass.
 
Jim can catch then any size! Jim with 3 1/2 pound sea bass. Heading home.
 
Working birds. Jake with a nice bluefish. Al and Bob with a pair of bulldog male tog.
 
Tony with a nice cod. Randy having a good time with a 5 pound tog.  
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