Deep Sea

 

Sport Fishing

 

 Adventures

 

Aboard

 

 

June Bug

 

 
 

 

Today the ocean is blue,

 

the sea is calm,

 

the anglers are smiling

 

and it just doesn't get

 

any better than this ...

 

FISHING FROM

 

BEACH HAVEN, NJ

 

 

NOW BOOKING

 

FOR 2017!

 

 

Cell 609-685-2839

 

or 877-524-2423 Toll-Free 

 

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No one needs a New Jersey fishing license

to fish on June Bug.

June Bug carries a blanket permit covering

all charter party customers.

 

 

 

ALL NEW

 

ELECTRONICS

 

 

 

 

WE GUARANTEE

 

NO

 

FUEL SURCHARGES

 

FOR 2017! *

 

 * - Based on current marine diesel prices.

 

 

Deep Sea

 

Sportfishing Adventures

 

Aboard

 

 

 June Bug

 

 

 

Cell 609-685-2839

 

or 877-524-2423 Toll-Free

 

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 34 Years of Successful

Charter Catching!

 

WORLD CLASS SALT WATER FISHING

 

RIGHT HERE IN NEW JERSEY!

 

 

Check Our Salt Water Sportfishing

 

Fishing Reports On This Site!

 

 

June Bug

is a 41’, safe, fast,

well-maintained

Ricky Scarborough

Express

with that famous

soft, gentle

Carolina ride.

 

And can she help

YOU

CATCH FISH!

Plus

she always has

a clean head!

 

 We find the fish,

 

YOU CATCH the fish!

 

We CLEAN your fish,

 

YOU take your fish home!

 

Cell 609-685-2839

 

or 877-524-2423 Toll-Free

 

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AND

 

If You And Your

Family, Or Your

Fishing Buddies,

Would Like To

Get Away For A

Fabulous Week,

or TWO, AND You

Have A Boat,

 

We have A Suggestion ...

 

Rent Our Slip At

Oregon Inlet, NC

In Manteo, NC's

Historic Town.

 

Our Floating Dock Slip

in ShallowBag Bay Marina

Is Available From Late May

Through November 15

Each Year.

You Can Fuel With

Marine Diesel

Right in the Slip.

Gas available

at the Fuel Dock.

 

5 Miles To Oregon Inlet.

Then only 35 nm

To The Gulf Stream!

 

Call Us At 609-685-2839

To Discuss Staying At

This World-Class Facility

Within Range of this

World Class Fishery.

 

The Slip Is Available

By The Week,

By The Month Or

For The Entire

6-Month Period.

 

NEW!

 

June Bug Movies!

 

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Sport Fishing Charters Aboard

June Bug

with Capt. Lindsay Fuller and the

experienced June Bug Crew is licensed

to take up to six (6) passengers

deep sea fishing on exciting

Offshore and Inshore fishing

or, if you prefer,

on cruising expeditions.

 

 What a GREAT way

to enjoy time

with your friends

and family!

 

June Bug offers

24-Hour Overnight

for Canyon & Chunking,

18-Hour Full-Day

Offshore/Canyon,

12-Hour Mid-Range

Inshore Tuna,

8-Hour Inshore,

plus 5-Hour

Half-Day Inshore

charter fishing trips.

 

It is always a successful,

fun & pleasurable experience

chartering June Bug.

 

The premier charter boat

operating from

Beach Haven

on Long Beach Island, NJ.

.

Our charter fees are no higher

than most other high quality

charter boats in the area.

 

June Bug meets your party at

convenient locations

on Long Beach Island.

 

If you live or rent on a

waterway, with a dock,

and with sufficient depth

for June Bug

(4' minimum at LOW Tide),

we can pick your party

and you up at the house

on LBI or the mainland

and bring you back to

your house on

Long Beach Island

or the mainland at

the end of the day.

 

Do your friends, family

 

and co-workers ask where

 

we fish on June Bug and

 

what do we catch?

 

 

You can tell them that

 

we fish where the fish are!

 

 

Then show 'em this list

 

of what June Bug

 

helps her charter parties

 

catch:

 

Blue Marlin White Marlin
Bluefin Tuna Yellowfin Tuna
Big Eye Tuna
 
True Albacore
Wahoo Mahi Mahi
 
Striped Bass Atlantic Bonita  
Fluke   Bluefish  
Weakfish Tautog  
 Black Drum

Croaker
 
Mako Shark Sword

 



 Mailing Address:

June Bug Sportfishing Charters

c/o SouthEast Sportfishing, Inc.

204 West Rt. 38

Moorestown, NJ 08057

 

Cell 609-685-2839

 

877-524-2423 Toll-Free


or e-mail:

 

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When you book

a trip on June Bug,

you only need to bring

your food, beverages

(no glass containers please!)

and a small amount of personal gear.

We supply the bait, tackle, ice

and

a GREAT day on the water

with your Friends & Family!

 

But when you go fishing,

or are doing anything

around the water,

PLEASE keep all plastics,

soda and water bottles,

wrappers, cigarette filters and

other plastics, and, especially

mylar balloons out of the water.

Please watch two important videos

by clicking HERE and another VIDEO

from the National Geographic Society.

  

Let's Keep Plastics OUT OF THE OCEAN!

 

  

INCLUDING BALLOONS!

  

Did you know that a balloon, yep, a cheap latex

rubber one or, worse, a fancy, shiny Mylar one,

can kill a Sea Turtle?

  

Sea Turtles LOVE to eat certain jellyfish

called Portugese Man 'o Wars.

 

By the way, a Portugese Man 'o War

is normally only between 6" and 12"

in length on the surface of the water.

But its tentacles float in the water,

and they can be 18' to 30' in length so

balloons with their trailing strings

look just like Portugese Man 'o War

jellyfish to the Turtles who look

at them from underneath. 

 

When someone lets go of a

balloon string, an adult or child,

it really does not matter,

the balloon, more often than not,

finds it's way over time

into the Atlantic Ocean.

 

The problem is that with all

of the balloon releases from

ALL over the Eastern U.S.,

at least one balloon from those

releases reaches the Ocean.

 

Balloon releases have the same

unintended consequences

that any unplanned actions have.

 

But releasing balloons simply

involves killing another

valuable animal for NO reason. 

 

Let's review.

 

The released balloon floats along

close to the surface pushed along

by the wind currents for hundreds of miles.

The balloon reaches the Ocean

and the wind patterns in the

Ocean increase and are more intense.

 

The balloon quickly reaches the areas

offshore where the Sea Turtles

live and the Turtle is a

slow moving sea creature

with no way to escape

the immediate area.

 

So the Turtles see the balloons.

The Turtles think

"Ah, a nice jellyfish snack."

Then Turtles being Turtles,

the Turtles eat the balloons.

The balloons clog

the Sea Turtles' plumbing and,

unfortunately, THEY DIE.

  

Now if you shudder that your

little ones hearing about this

might not react very well, buck up,

face reality and teach them

an important lesson.

 

Some of the things that people

do are not conducive to helping

other creatures survive.

 

BUT there IS a solution ...

 

PLEASE DO NOT

BUY BALLOONS,

ANY BALLOONS,

EAST OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER

THAT HAVE ANY CHANCE

WHATSOEVER OF BEING RELEASED

WHERE THE WIND CURRENTS

COULD DELIVER THAT BALLOON

INTO THE ATLANTIC OCEAN.

 

Sea Turtles are found in

all of the Earth's Oceans.

 

You should know that many

species of them range

between the Florida Keys

all the way to Canada

along the East Coast

of the United States.

 

Capt. Lindsay has seen hundreds,

no, thousands of Sea Turtles

in his career as a

Charter Boat Captain. 

 

The prevailing winds generally

blow from the west to the east,

more precisely, from the

SouthWest to the NorthEast

here in the Eastern United States. 

 

If your child lets go of a balloon

string in Western North Carolina,

let's say outside of Charlotte,

the Atlantic Ocean is only

a few hundred miles away to

the Northeast and the balloon

will likely likely land in the

Ocean where it drifts up

to the coast of New Jersey. 

 

No problem for a balloon

and a light breeze.

 

But it is a problem for Sea Turtles

who choose that time

to also go vacationing off

the coast of New Jersey.

 

Capt. Lindsay has observed giant

Leatherback Sea Turtles,

over 1,000 pounds,

lying dead in the Ocean.

The cause?

 

The poor Sea Turtle ate a balloon.

 

Capt. Lindsay can tell you

that his charter parties

and crews were not very happy

to observe such a loss.

 

Please help by NOT buying balloons

east of the Mississippi River

 

... FOR ANY REASON! 

 

 Those balloons end up killing

our wondeful, gentle

and valuable Sea Turtles.

 

Please help stop the Turtle killing!

 

 

Here's a happier thought

for the day ... 

 

If we concentrated on

the really important

stuff in life,

there'd be a shortage

of fishing poles.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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