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« on: November 10, 2016, 11:43:02 AM »

Our last couple stiper and blue fish trips were slow. Lots of bait fish around but it was hard to catch our target species. I believe our striper action will get good very soon.Sailing everyday from 7:30AM to 2:30PM.
Our canyon trip today, Wednesday, was good. During the dark, we caught a big swordfish. Around daybreak we started to hook into big longfin tuna and a few yellowfin. Most of the tuna were taken on sardines. A few were caught on jigs. The weather turned out great. We still have room on our upcoming trip leaving Tuesday night, fishing Wednesday. Call Jill at 732-295-7569 or book online to get a spot!!
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