Blackfish (tautog), wreck fishing chartersStriped bass (stripers) charters, trolling and chunking Karen Ann II - New Jersey Charter Boat35' Custom Downeast Sportfisherman / New Jersey Charterboat Bluefin tuna, yellowfin tuna, chunking and trolling, inshore and canyonMako shark, offshore fishing
  Wrecks - Bottom - Trolling - Inshore - Offshore 22 September 2017
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2009 Image Gallery

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2009 Archive (Click to Enlarge, Keep Mouse Over Photo For Caption)

February 6 blizzard. February 6 blizzard. February 6 blizzard.
 
February 6 blizzard. B.E. Lindholm hopper dredge off of Barnegat. Dredge equipment off of Barnegat.
 
Sensing equipment. Winter Flounder with radio tag. Winter Flounder with radio tag.
 
M/V Phoenix. Bob with personal best 11.25 lb. tog. Tim with 10.5 lb. tog.
 
Rich with personal best 8 lb. tog. Kyle with nice his best tog of the day. Robbie with father Bob.
 
Robbie with some nice tog. Young Kyle with father Keith. Young Kyle with nice tog.
 
Dave takes a good look at 11 lb. tog. Bob with 11 lb. tog. Bob with 11 lb. tog.
 
Dave with near 10 lb. tog. The captain with nice tog. Mark with nice tog.
 
Mike with 7.5 lb. tog. Paul Reyburn charter with tog. Matt with 8 lb. tog.
 
Keith and son Kyle with nice tog. Dave shows he can catch small tog, too. Kyle with nice tog.
 
Gi with nice tog. 7-year old Eric with 2 lb. sea bass. Bill Bruner charter with limit catch of fluke.
 
Hamilton Post Office charter with fluke to 27 in. Mike and Pete with fluke from 24 in. to 27 in. Ken and Gi with nice fluke.
 
Bryan, 11-year old Brandon and Uncle Ed. Tracy with double header of sea bass. Mike with keeper fluke.
 
The Bujak charter. Greg with nice sea bass. Ed and Ron with nice sea bass and fluke.
 
The Holman Ford charter. Jacob taking a break. Jacob reeling one in.
 
Jacob with a triple header of sea bass. Jacob with 20 in. summer flounder (fluke). Jacob with 20 in. summer flounder (fluke).
 
Jacob and Owen standing watch. Paul with nice sea bass. Sea bass stacked up in 70'.
 
Ryan with a nice sea bass. Paul with another nice sea bass. Univ. of Delaware R/V Hugh R. Sharp
 
Thunderstorm. Flooding at the dock. Liam with a nice sea bass.
 
Bram offloads the catch. Bram offloads the catch. Rich, Dennis and Denny from the Mallon charter.
 
Lisa with 4 lb. sea bass. Matt with 3 lb. sea bass. Chris with 4 lb. sea bass.
 
Lisa and Matt with sea bass to 3.5 lbs. Nice catch of summer sea bass and tog to 4 lbs. Nice summer sea bass to near 3 lbs.
 
Summer haul out. Summer haul out. Summer haul out.
 
Summer haul out. Jericho with 4.75 lb. sea bass. Alan (and son Michael) with 3 lb. sea bass.
 
Michael with 3.5 lb. sea bass. Jim with 3.25 lb. sea bass. Bob with sea bass to 3.5 lbs.
 
Buck with 13 lb. tog. Jeff with 4.38 lb. sea bass. Jean with 3.25 lb. sea bass.
 
Bob with 4 lb. sea bass. Danny with bulldog tog. Crews on the scene of local storm damage.
 
Storm damage. John with 3 lb. sea bass. John loves his sea bass!
 
Hamilton Post Office charter featuring Gi's 43.5 in. striper of 31.5 lbs. Flat calm. Offshore thunderstorm.
 
Jim with near 3 lb. sea bass. Sammy with a nice sea bass. Buck with 3+ lb. sea bass.
 
Tom with a 3.4 lb. sea bass. Northern Fulmar. Northern Fulmar.
 
Dave with 9 lb. tog prior to release. Mark with 3 pound sea bass. Nick with sea bass near 5 pounds.
 
Pouya Safa charter with bluefish and sea bass to near 5 pounds. Robert Wilson charter with 1/2 dozen 3.5 - 4 pound sea bass. Brandon with 3 pound sea bass.
 
Boys doing boat maintenance. Boys doing boat maintenance. Bill with 3 pound sea bass.
 
Christina with 3 pound sea bass. Worn out from a day of catching. Christina and Jason with 2.5-3 lb. sea bass.
 
Bill with 3.5 lb. sea bass. Mark with 3 lb. sea bass. Bill with another 3.5 lb. sea bass.
 
Dwight with 4 lb. sea bass. Dwight with 4 lb. sea bass. Bob with a near 5 1/2 pound tog.
 
Dave reeling in a ...sea bass? Mike hooked up. Peter hooked up.
 
Bob hooked up. Day's best near 7 lb. tog. Spring King - Winner of the first annual Bob's Bucket.
 
Dennis starts off the day with some bad Juju. Bob with a keeper. Al hooked up...finally!
 
Al brings another throwback over the rail. No tog for Al and Dennis. Al and Dennis with their 'catch'.
 
Russ, Paula and Larry. Dean with tog. Bob C. with 7.25 lb. tog.
 
Bob K. fighting tog. Nice tog at boatside. Jack hooked up at the rail.
 
Jack catches them by hook or by crook. Jack finally gets his first keeper tog of the day. Mike with 8 1/4 lb. tog.
 
April crescent moon. Dennis with nice tog. Taking a picture of you taking a picture of me.
 
Bob with nice tog. Chappo with 8 lb. tog. Chappo with 7 lb. tog.
 
Dennis with near 13 lb. tog. Taking photos of the big tog. Forest fire.
 
Forest fire. Tog from 5-13 pounds. Tog from 5-13 pounds.
 
Dennis and Chappo with 7-13 pound tog. Mark with a big ol' starfish. Greg with 6.5+ pound tog.
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