We were borderline late for a lunch meeting, so I made my last cast of the day to the edge of the shoal. Capt. Dave DeGennaro aboard Hi-Flier had already helped me put a weakfish, a striper and a fluke on the charts. Now only one target remained to complete my Barnegat Slam: a bluefish, the easiest of all, had managed to eluded me all morning. The popper hit the water, and I chugged it back over the drop-off. A crash, a dash and few cranks later and ... Let’s just say we weren’t late for lunch after all. I got my grand slam, and in Barnegat Bay’s productive waters, that is a worthy and attainable goal. Here’s a proven plan to catch all four species in a single day.