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Hey I'm looking for a partyboat in south jersey/del/md area. I am looking to try for some Blueline Tile/wreck/seabass. Any info would be great.
 

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The Gambler (literally down the street from the Jamaica) runs tilefish trips in the spring. It doesn't have bunks, but you'll find the boat more comfortable and with a more pleasant crew and customer base than its peer in Brielle.

Gamblerfishing.net for more information. They are done for the winter, having run their last seabass trip this weekend.
 

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Not many options for what you're looking for. All of the NJ seabass boats pick a blueline or wreckfish from time to time but not in the quantities where you could reasonably expect to catch even one. There's a party boat in Lewes, DE that occasionally will make a drop for bluelines/wreckfish on their seabass trips, but I don't there's enough consistency to plan on fishing for them - more like a thing they do once in a while when they think it's really worth a shot (the rest of the time they're just seabassing). Then there's a SMALL party boat in VA who does VERY well with bluelines, he's almost definitely your best bet, but he's farther south than you said you wanted to go, and I think he gets blown out a lot because of how small his boat is. Finally a couple of the SC boats claim to target bluelines and wreckfish along with the seabass in late Winter, I don't know much about those trips either but it looks like they do OK down there. So in a nutshell, if you want to actaully target bluelines and wreckfish while seabassing your best bet is to go father south.

http://www.fishlewes.com/headboats.html

http://www.azinet.com/captjim/

http://rudeeinletcharters.com/
 
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