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CAPT. RICH



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Join date : 2008-04-05
Age : 54
Location : Sandy Hook, N.J.

PostSubject: SANDY HOOK SPRING GRAND SLAM   Mon Apr 28, 2008 10:02 am

Hello to all my fellow fishing friends out there. There has been a variety of different species caught aboard the "Just One More" lately. Last Tuesday we had aboard the Tom Smith charter and stripers were landed on clams up to 31". Wednesday we had aboard the Scott Lavenberg charter and we had striped bass and bluefish. The bluefish seem to be everywhere in the bay. On Thursday, the Dave Taub charter had, what I think is the last gasp of winter flounder, and a mix of bluefish. Friday, the Bob Abel charter had a "Sandy Hook Spring Grand Slam". They landed striped bass, bluefish, and winter flounder ! With the water temps. up over 50 degrees and all the bluefish in the bay, the winter flounder will make a hasty retreat. With some more nice weather predicted for the end of this week, the striped bass fishing should break wide open.
Dates left to charter are: April 30. June 5, 16, 17, 18, 19, 24, 25, 26. With the striped bass season starting late this year, those June dates should really be super fishing.
The next OPEN BOAT DATE, not filled is June 4. Come fishing by yourself or with a family member or friend. 7 am to 2 pm. Everything included as usual. $100.00 per head. This is a great way to get out by yourself and fish if you can't find enough people to charter the whole boat. And always, lot's of laughs !!!!

THANKYOU,

CAPT. RICH NEWALLIS JR.
'JUST ONE MORE' SPORTFISHING
908-472-2684
www.just1morecharters.com
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