Many boats didn’t sail today, but the Golden Eagle from Belmar got out to find bluefish providing hot early jigging along wiith some overdue inshore little tunny — before the tide died out and the bite turned to a pick. that boat will be fishing for tuna tomorrow

Capt. Ron Santee will get back to fluking tomorrow with his Fishermen from from Atlantic Hghlands, and notes that Kelly Riley’s 5 1/8-pound monthly pool winner is vulnerable. A couple of 8-pounders have been boated recently, but the anglers weren’t in the month[y pool.

The Big Mohawk from Belmar decided to wait a day before resuming fluking, but will be sailing in the morning before running a charter on thursday.

Tomorrow’s forecast is for west winds at 5 knots before going southwest in the afternoon.

The Jamaica from Brielle has an offshore tuna trip departing at 11 p.m. — and there are a couple of spots still open. Call 732 528-5014.

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