Daily Fishing and Outdoor Report
TSUNAMIS SELDOM SLEEP;
FEED ALL THE WILDLIFE
Small things first.
This column is a tad a-kilter due to my inability to get on-line at deadline time, midday Tuesday. Comcast’s fiber optic cable to LBI was gnawed clean through by either Godzilla or Big Foot, depending on which of those two technical explanations you got from…Continue
Added by jaymann on June 19, 2012 at 10:27pm — No Comments
Melia Olson with one of her many fluke.
Monday, June 18, 2012: Very nice conditions out there – as I hear the moans of people stuck at work or way off on the mainland…Continue
Added by jaymann on June 18, 2012 at 3:08pm — No Comments
RFA Praises NJ & NY Governors For Eliminating Need for New Fishing Tax
Added by jaymann on June 18, 2012 at 11:30am — No Comments
Maybe syringes aren't the worst thing to have in the water after all.
Avery gerkinsky's first bass! 11-8 caught on clam. Weighed in today at Oceanside B&T.Continue
Added by jaymann on June 17, 2012 at 8:29pm — No Comments
ALERT: Beaches being closed due to washed up drug paraphernalia.
Right now, it seems to be syringes and such from combined sewer overflow, in the wake of heavy rains, followed by protracted northeast winds.…Continue
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The No Limits fishing duo of Bob Percopo and Jeff Barnhart headed offshore to the Spencer Canyon on Sunday looking for the two degree temperature break in the satellite shots. When the water temperature went from 68 degrees to 70 degrees the lines went in the water although there was really no sign…Continue
Added by jaymann on June 15, 2012 at 1:10pm — No Comments
CAN YOU IMAGINE IF DOLPHIN WERE MAN-EATERS!?
Friday June 15, 2012:
Winds are still really honking. So much for an early reprieve from these fair-weather northeasterlies. That still doesn't mean things are a blowout for this weekend. Looks like brisk but not killer by midday tomorrow. These winds have scattered the many baitball we had…Continue
Added by jaymann on June 15, 2012 at 12:30pm — No Comments
June 14, 2012: I'm getting reports of some real decent bassing in the surf. I can't say I've seen much of it firsthand. I've been tracking this grass washup thing but haven't seen many anglers out and about. Still, along with Dante's big bass (44/2, bunker head, Holgate) , I've seen some Facebook reports showing nice stripers coming…Continue
Added by jaymann on June 14, 2012 at 4:09pm — No Comments
Yet another 40-pounder in the Leaderboard mix as Dante Soriente, as expected, enters the rush to the top. As seas calm – and much of the grass gets pushed onto the beach – surfcasting conditions will rapidly improve. Heads and half bunker baits will add the extra smell and look for the churned surfline.
Standings Caught Weight …Continue
Added by jaymann on June 14, 2012 at 11:06am — No Comments
Wednesday, June 13, 2012: If you’re off-Island this week you’re sure as hell not missing much, fishing-wise. There is something of a spectacle to behold: More deceased and washed-ashore meadow grass than you’ll ever see in your life, especially on Surf City’s beaches. I’m going on half a century…
Added by jaymann on June 13, 2012 at 3:41pm — No Comments
New ‘Joisey’ Turns Sexy;
Drones Are Watching Us
Oddly enough, I have some less-than-fishy things to write about, though fluking has taken off in a big way. See “Rundown” way below.
OUR SEXY STATE: How’s it feel living in the nation’s hottest and coolest state? Whadda we got now? There’s Jerseylcious, Jersey Shore, Real Housewives of New Jersey Shore, Snooki, Breakout Kings, Cake Boss, Point Pleasant, JONAS, House, Boardwalk Empire, Oz, Law and…Continue
Added by jaymann on June 12, 2012 at 7:18pm — No Comments
Joe Handley's pets.
Monday, June 11, 2012:
Wow, what a difference a day makes. In fact, what a difference a few hours make. The winds have accelerated like those nitro-burning funny cars. Ok, so maybe it didn’t arrive quite that fast, but we have gone from near flat ocean conditions at sunrise to a solid 4 feet and building wind…Continue
Added by jaymann on June 11, 2012 at 4:02pm — No Comments
Sunday, June 10, 2012: The fluke have sprung. I’ve gotten reports of kick-ass catching near the inlets, including from the banks of The Dike (near Barnegat Inlet). The big thing is the size. Keepers include numerous flatties in the 20-inch and up range. I even had a report of “some of the best fluking I’ve ever seen” from a boat angler, north end.
Added by jaymann on June 10, 2012 at 2:57pm — No Comments
Saturday, June 09, 2012: What a great day. The winds were mellow and the layer of clouds often kept things from getting too toasty. There were a goodly load of bass, blues and fluke caught nearshore. Sharks were heavily in the mix, further out. I have some mako fillets coming my way. First trigger fish have shows, a personal dining favorite of…Continue
Added by jaymann on June 9, 2012 at 3:04pm — No Comments
Weekend bassing showed itself early with a 1 a.m.-ish 44/4 by perennial contender Greg O’ Connell. Charles Hess also entered a real nice 28/4 coaxed out in Spray Beach. Elements are all coming together for some decent surf fishing conditions.
Standings Caught Weight Girth …Continue
Added by jaymann on June 9, 2012 at 2:16pm — No Comments
The following picture shows the size and species of shark that led to the "Jaws" attacks in 1916. A fish that big can turn rogue very quickly as its nutritional demands go ballistic.
A research assistant professor at the University of Miami, and the director of its R. J. Dunlap Marine…
Added by jaymann on June 8, 2012 at 3:29pm — No Comments
Thursday, June 07, 2012: Brutal T-storm caught many anglers by surprise. It hit around noon and was over by 1:30 but offered some serious bolt action and left a couple inches of rain behind. Per the Weather Service, those buggers could pop up again, despite very light, fishing-friendly winds. Keep a weary eye open if you’re among the many folks trying…Continue
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