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Old 04-15-2011, 11:58 AM
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posted Apr 14, 2011 5:31 PM by Karl Hoelper

April 14, Fish up at Trenton got a few Herring but nothing to set the world on fire. It seems like the big school of bass and herring moved with the rain that we had. We fished up at Trenton for a while and got some fish and some bites but nothing like it was. We ran down to the turn pike bridge and the herring where piled up, biting snagging what ever they where everywhere. I knew the Striper bite would be on! We made some long drifts from the turn pike bridge down to the Burlington bristol bridge. picking up bites and a few fish fish. Every drift we narrowed down where the bite was and we end up with 11 stripers. This was a great bite in the lower river. These where no 20 inch class range fish, they Primo fish.

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Old 04-18-2011, 07:20 PM
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Default Raritan Bay stripers cooperate

Raritan Bay stripers cooperate
Published: Monday, April 18, 2011

By Al Ristori The Star-Ledger


As bad as the weekend storm was, the rivers sending cold, dirty waters into Raritan Bay didn't kill the striper bite on clams. Capt. Pete Wagner of Hyper Striper at Twin Lights Marina in Highlands even did well during Sunday morning's trip as the John Gleason party limited with a dozen bass up to a 24-pounder while releasing six other keepers plus shorts. Wagner did it again this morning as the James Herbert group from Allentown. Pa. had a limit of 30-to-36-inch stripers in addition to releasing shorts.
Capt. Ron Santee got a shot of early clamming action on his Fishermen from Atlantic Highlands at the end of the flood, as six keepers plus shorts were hooked. He said it took a long time for the tide to turn, after which they had a steady pick on the ebb.
Frank Huza of Aberdeen got his first legal striper of the season Sunday night while fishing at Cliffwood Beach. He started with clams, but there were bunkers not far from shore. When one got gilled in his line, it was turned into a fresh chunk that produced the 30-inch striper. Other anglers fishing clams caught some small bass mostly under 18 inches.
Betty & Nick's in Seaside Park weighed in a 12 1/4-pound striper for Jerry Taylor this afternoon after he caught it plus a short on clam at the north end of Island Beach State Park. The surf cleared up considerably from yesterday.
Capt. Pete Grimbilas of Reef Rescue will be the guest speaker Tuesday night at the Salt Water Anglers of Bergen County meeting in the American Legion Hall, 33 West Passaic St., Rochelle Park

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Old 04-24-2011, 12:49 AM
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Been nailing stripers left and right at sea bright and sandy hook area. Got 17 bass between me and my cuzin 1 rod each. 12 shorts and 5 keepers. Only kept 2 keepers. 28 inch and 32 inch. a few bigins were caught but no steady big fish... All caught on clams.
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Old 04-24-2011, 09:20 PM
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Default Fishermen bails out with late striper bite

It didn't look good for anglers who sneaked out for an Easter Sunday morning trip on the Fishermen from Atlantic Highlands. Capt. Ron Santee couldn't find those jigging stripers that had been down the beach Thursday and Friday -- and a return to the bay for clamming resulted in poor conditions and only a very slow pick. Santee was ready to head home at 1:30 when birds were spotted working in the ocean. That last minute showing produced many limits of bass up to 31 pounds on everything thown at them -- including jigs and clams. Other bass were following the hooked fish.
Capt. Howard Bogan Jr. hasn't been out with his Jamaica from Brielle since a successful Friday trip that produced about 45 keepers up to a 30-pounder on jigs. He resumes sailing at 7:30 a.m. Monday.
Capt. Stan Zagleski found blackfish on just two drops in 50 feet on Friday for a good pick of tog plus some large ling. The first fluke of the season was also caught on that trip. The Elaine B. from Highlands will continue sailing daily for blackfish until the spring season closes after Saturday. He'll then switch to striped bass until the fluke season opens on May 7.
Capt. Bud McArthur tried the area from Manasquan Inlet to Shark River Inlet, and then south to Mantoloking without finding any sign of bait or fish from his Splinter out of Brick --and with no hits trolling during the morning trip.
Gary Nelson of Flemington used clams in the south end of Island Beach State Park to land a 9 3/4-pound striper -- and a 35-pound black drum. Those fish were weighed at Betty & Nick's in Seaside Park, where Adrian Bullock of Beachwood also weighed an 11 1/4-pound bass.
Brielle Tackle reported some stripers being caught on clams in the local surf, but Lenny De Lucca of Manasquan took clams to the Sandy Hook surf for a 12-pound bass. Flounder up to 16 inches, and tautog to 15 inches, are being caught in Manasquan River.

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I hit a 31 in striper in AC area yesterday around 5:30. caught on clams.. Not bad for my first one ever..
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