The Jamaica from Brielle reported beautiful weather and a good bite of bluefish that provided limits for most along with lots of chub mackerel and a few little tunny. That boat also has openings on upcoming canyon tuna trips. Call 732 528-5014 for reservations.

Little tunny were active this morning at Martha’s Vineyard, but Bob Correll of Bay Head, N.J. found them to be fussy during the first day of his vacation there. Fortunately, Bob was the only angler able to hook up and land one of those great game fish. The annual Martha’s Vineyard Fishing Tournament begins next week.

Capt. Ron Santee didn’t know what to expect after all the fluking time lost to bad weather, but was pleased with a decent pick on his Fishermen from Atlantic Highlands. He’s ready to make the switch to porgies if fluke move to offshore spawning grounds early. A 4-pound fluke took today’s pool.

There’s a small craft warning up through Sunday morning though I don’t know why since the forecast is for northwest winds at 5-10 knots with 2-4-foot seas.

Mjke Rubino sent this shot of the Monmouth County surf this morning — which should be a lot calmer tomorrow.

Andea’s Toy had the U.S. wrestling team out to test their muscles on canyon tilefish before they headed to Serbia for the world championships

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