The weather is looking good, and fish are cooperating.

Sea bass fishing is holding up as the Golden Eagle from Belmar reported better action today with many limits around the boat during an all-day bite. Raritan Bay striper fishing continues at a spring peak, and early fluking has been surprisingly good in areas with higher water temperatures.

The forecast is for southwest winds at just 5-10 knots tomorrow, though patchy fog may be a problem. Sunday begins with southwest at 10 to 15 knots before increasing to 15-20 in the afternoon.

It will be some time before dolphin head north, but Bruce and Tanner Hrobak of Billy Bones Tackle in Stuart, Florida are enjoying them now.

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  1. Fished Monmouth County Beach again today during approaching high tide. Stripers continue to bite. 30, 24, 20 inches and lost one bigger one right in front of me with a line failure. Yes I used my Bloods, but there was another guy catching on Bunker chunks. And that bigger one hit a dug up sand crab. I also tried fresh clams when I ran out of Bloods and could not find any more crabs! Just not having luck with Clams.

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