We can’t call it fall fishing, but with this expected chill coming on, maybe it will get interesting.
Warm water is a topic for fishers on the beaches, inshore and in the ocean.
Isidro Valentin has been picking tautog off the rocks in Atlantic City it seems like all summer and into fall. The Atlantic City resident got a nice payoff for his time and effort when he won the Plug for Puerto Rico fishing contest that Noel Feliciano put together over the weekend at One St…
Denny Mattei, of Vineland, has been fishing with his family since he was 7.
We still have those pesky 10- to 12-inch bluefish and a lot of short tautog interspersed with a rare keeper to keep us going as we make the transition to the anticipated fall-fishing mode around South Jersey.
Dave Showell said striped bass woke up a little with cooler air temperatures on Thursday night.
Two reports from different regions in South Jersey sounded very similar.
There does not seem to be a lot of motivated fishers right now.
There have been reports of decent fishing over the past few days, but the next few days might be more problematic with a storm that might be more in tune with surfing than, say, surf fishing.
We can add a couple of more to the list of fish that have been caught recently.
Parks Jones Jr. had a good weekend at the 28th annual Mary Ann & Daniel J. Murphy Jr. Memorial Regatta on Lake Lenape in Mays Landing.
In the absence of summer flounder and sea bass and with the big-whoop one weakfish and one tautog we are allowed, the question is: What can we fish for?
There are a few decent reports, but the local fishing scene seems to be in a slump since the summer flounder season ended Tuesday.
The tradition of hydroplane powerboat racing continues this weekend with the 28th annual Mary Ann & Daniel J. Murphy Jr. Memorial Regatta on Lake Lenape in Mays Landing.
There will be life after summer flounder season.
Until two weeks ago, the biggest Marlin I’d ever encountered was 6-foot-6, 245-pound slugger Giancarlo Stanton.
The 64th annual Press Fishing Contest picked up a couple more entries as September arrived.
Brisk winds again played a role in the fishing world Monday, but they did not shut things down completely.
The MidAtlantic fishing tournament, which ended Friday, gave out a tournament-record $3.24 million in total prize money, more than $1 million of which went to the crew of Goin' In Deep.
Sounds like Friday was a busy day for marinas and tackle shops.
The annual MidAtlantic fishing tournament’s fourth day Thursday featured a 680-pound, 120 3/8-inch blue marlin caught on Larry Hesse’s Goin’ in Deep, of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, which was captained by Walter Harmstead.
There was not much action on the third day of the 2017 MidAtlantic fishing tournament Wednesday.
Summer flounder look as if they are heading for a “wow” finish.
The first four days of the Ocean City Marlin and Tuna Club’s Overnight Billfish Tournament are on the board, and the results show offshore big-game fishing is active.
Summer flounder fishing is showing signs it is going to keep improving right to closing day Sept. 5.