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May 09, 2011

Gary Caputi

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A New Jersey congressman introduced a Sandy supplemental aid bill to specifically assist in the recovery.
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New Jersey's early season stripers spurring angler interest.
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How to catch summer flounder this Spring, even with lingering cold waters.
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Exploring the science behind bluefin tuna migrations in the Atlantic - a web extra to the SWS July 2013 feature "Bluefin Tuna Tracker"
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I took a day to chase bluefin tuna off New Jersey with Capt. Jim Freda of Shore Catch Charters aboard his 28 Parker Sportcabin yesterday. We left Manasquan Inlet at 4:30 a.m. in pretty sloppy conditions with friends Tom Trageser and Capt. John Luchka, headed for a spot about 50 miles offshore.  After a slow, bumpy ride out we got to Jim’s numbers and it was apparent we were in the right place. The water went from green to a clean green/blue  and atop the 5- to 7-foot seas there were signs of life in the form of slicks and tuna chicks everywhere we looked.
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The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission, the interstate regulatory body that manages a variety of inshore fish species on a state by state basis, is holding a meeting of the Striped Bass Management Board this week. The purpose is to begin the dialog on potential changes to the Striped Bass Management Plan in anticipation of the release of a new benchmark stock assessment that is in the final stages of the peer review process.
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Onslow Bay’s latest creation is a no-holds-barred SKA Open Class center console.
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A seasonal guide to catching these great game fish.
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Hudson Canyon, a throwback to experiences when bigeye and longfin tuna made up a good portion of the seasonal catch.
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The new 25, designed by marine architect Lou Codega, is a firecracker!