Boats fill up with sea bass on opening weekend of the season – Asbury Park Press


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The opening day for sea bass season couldn't have been much better. It was a sun-splashed day, the for-hire boats were full and the fish were ripe for the plucking. The Axel Carlson, Manasquan and Sea Girt reefs were a big draw. At one point the reefs got quite crowded with boats. It sounds like there was more than enough fish to go around though as the captains reported a lot of limit catches.  Capt. William Egerter on the Dauntless party boat said his fares caught as much as 30 fish between sea bass, ling and winter flounder. The Ocean Explorer also had some whiting landed while Capt. Matt Sosnowski on the Norma K III reported some pollock on top of the good sea bass landings. The fish were hitting clam baits on traditional hi-low rigs. However, a lot of anglers were using jigs. Capt. Bobby Quinn on the Ocean Explorer said quite a few fish were landed by on sand eel imitation jigs. 
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