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3-24-18

Just got in 30 fresh bunker so come and get them before they are gone. The night bite was hot again with short bass hitting bloods in the Toms River for the Murphy crew. Jim Mathis caught and released 15 shorts this morning from Oyster Creek.

Mario

 

3-18-18

Heard of an early morning bite yesterday in the Island heights area but didn't hear much after that. Bunker outside of Oyster Creek. Today is another day.

Mario

   

3-17-18

Short bass again last night on bloods in the Toms River. Congrats to young Jeremy Lewis who picked up his first bass. It's a nice day out there and we have plenty of bloods so stop in we are open until 8 PM tonight.

Happy St. Patrick's Day

Mario

   

3-16-18

X-Raps and the small SP Minnows (DSPM13F) along with other small plugs are working on mostly short bass in the Toms River, by the bridge and Oyster Creek. Kettle Creek shads, Keitech's and Gag's shads on a jig head are working as well if you want to throw artificials. Good reports of shorts and some perch again last night in the Toms River for those fishing bloodworms. More bloods came in today so stop in and pick up what you need on your way out.

Mario

   

3-15-18

Again not many fisherman out there yesterday but Pat Murphy picked up some shorts and a perch last night in the Toms River fishing bloods. There are plenty of short bass cruising the river right now so if you want to have some fun pick up some bloods and give it a shot.

Mario

   

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