• By Fred Wager

Four years ago a colleague in his 60s came up to me and asked if I would teach him to surf. Over the years I had given instruction to many including my daughters, friends and acquaintances, and all had survived and learned. This was a new challenge, and I welcomed the prospect. Four years la…

OCEAN CITY — Golden Buddha Yoga, the city’s newest yoga studio opened recently at 910 Asbury Ave., just a stone’s throw away from Grace and Glory Yoga at 920 Asbury. Just down the street in the 700 block, Yoga Ginger made its debut as a studio last summer. And in the 1000 block is OC Paddleb…

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Captain Joe Fumo from Fish Finder Marine reports fishing wasn't too bad this week with most trips seeing 70 shorts with 3 to 6 keepers per trip. Cow nose rays are all over the bay. Everyone on the Fish Finder II thinks they are sharks because they cruise on the surface with their wings point…

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The Atlantic County Utilities Authority (ACUA) offers summer open house tours of its Jersey-Atlantic Wind Farm at noon Monday and Friday in July and August. To learn more, call 609-272-6950 or visit acua.com to arrange for a group tour.

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ATLANTIC CITY – The Atlantic County Utilities Authority (ACUA) offers summer open house tours of its Jersey-Atlantic Wind Farm at noon Monday and Friday in July and August.  No reservations are required, but visitors should plan to arrive by noon.

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Fishing action was great over the Memorial Day weekend. We could have done a lot better without the wind. We could not fish where we wanted to because the wind would not let us. There were about 20 keeper flounder over the three days with some blue fish mixed in. The biggest flattie we weigh…

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The 28th annual Fishing Tournament, benefiting the South Jersey Cancer Fund, will be held Saturday, June 20. Start time is 7 a.m. and weigh-in is 3-4 p.m. at Chestnut Neck in Port Republic; Capt. Andy’s in Margate; North Point Marina in Brigantine; Absecon Bay Sportsmen Center, and Brizz’s F…

  • By Fred Wager

Four years ago a colleague in his 60s came up to me and asked if I would teach him to surf. Over the years I had given instruction to many including my daughters, friends and acquaintances, and all had survived and learned. This was a new challenge, and I welcomed the prospect. Four years la…

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OCEAN CITY — Golden Buddha Yoga, the city’s newest yoga studio opened recently at 910 Asbury Ave., just a stone’s throw away from Grace and Glory Yoga at 920 Asbury. Just down the street in the 700 block, Yoga Ginger made its debut as a studio last summer. And in the 1000 block is OC Paddleb…

MARMORA – The South Jersey Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation has offered to partner with the Upper Township Green Team to build a garden area near the Beesleys Point boat ramp and a welcome garden on the north side of Roosevelt Boulevard.

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Captain Joe Fumo from Fish Finder Marine reports fishing wasn't too bad this week with most trips seeing 70 shorts with 3 to 6 keepers per trip. Cow nose rays are all over the bay. Everyone on the Fish Finder II thinks they are sharks because they cruise on the surface with their wings point…

  • Staff Reports

ATLANTIC CITY – The Atlantic County Utilities Authority (ACUA) offers summer open house tours of its Jersey-Atlantic Wind Farm at noon Monday and Friday in July and August.  No reservations are required, but visitors should plan to arrive by noon.

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  • Staff

Fishing action was great over the Memorial Day weekend. We could have done a lot better without the wind. We could not fish where we wanted to because the wind would not let us. There were about 20 keeper flounder over the three days with some blue fish mixed in. The biggest flattie we weigh…

  • Staff

The 28th annual Fishing Tournament, benefiting the South Jersey Cancer Fund, will be held Saturday, June 20. Start time is 7 a.m. and weigh-in is 3-4 p.m. at Chestnut Neck in Port Republic; Capt. Andy’s in Margate; North Point Marina in Brigantine; Absecon Bay Sportsmen Center, and Brizz’s F…

  • By HEATHER HOLTZAPFEL JAMES

Today is one of the most anticipated days of the year for local fishing. Flounder season is now open. Anglers have been catching and releasing some nice-sized fluke in recent weeks, and as of Friday, May 22 they can catch and bring them home for dinner.

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