Hello, Blog Readers! 

Here is my fishing session for July 28th:

--- July 28th, 2015 ---

Location: Absecon Inlet (Atlantic City, NJ)
Time: 1:00-4:00 p.m.

Fishes caught:

-- 1 Northern Sea Robin (Prionotus carolinus)
-- 25 Black Sea Bass (Centropristis striata)
-- 7 Summer Flounder (Paralichthys dentatus)

P.s. As much as I want to bring you guys FULL fishing reports of every trip that I do, unfortunately I don't have the time to do so! Thus, the goal, setup, and summary sessions of every fishing post will be blank for now. If you want to see full fishing reports on the Blog again, please support me on my Patreon page. Once I reach my goal there, I will not only have enough time to write full reports, but also didactic posts and event posts for better community engagement. Tight lines and FISH ON! Leo S.

Video:

Below are the highlights for this fishing session:

My family fishing adventure at the Absecon Inlet. On that day, I caught my first ever Northern Sea Robin! Don't forget to watch it in HD quality (1080p50)! If you enjoy watching my videos, please support my YouTube Channel by liking and subscribing.

Goal:

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Setup:

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Summary:

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Photos:

Below are the photos for this fishing session:

There is just something about a Summer Flounder that truly perplexes me! Maybe it is its eyes. :)

My first ever Northern Sea Robin! Very very small, but it counts. A new Species for me. To view my Species list, make sure to access my Master Species Album on my personal Google+ account.

Same fish, another angle. What a beauty, right? :)

Best of luck to all of us!

Long Days and Pleasant Nights,

Sincerely,

Leo S.

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