Dan Radel, The Asbury Park Press NJ

Dan Radel

The Asbury Park Press NJ

Englewood, NJ, United States

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Recent articles by Dan:

Bonito surge back, false albacore crash the scene

The bonito continue to surge back into the chum slicks while false albacore crashed the scene → Read More

Dead whale washes up on Sandy Hook near nude beach

A dead humpback whale that has been adrift for a number of days has finally come ashore near Sandy Hook's nude beach. → Read More

Dead humpback whale reported adrift off Jersey Shore

A dead humpback whale was spotted several times off the Jersey Shore since Sunday. What killed it is not known. → Read More

Bait building in the rivers and bays; 10-pound fluke hit

Cast nets are turning up peanut bunker, snapper blues and spearing → Read More

Drive-in theaters: What ever happened to Jersey Shore's dream screens?

America had managed to marry its love affair with cars and movies to created the drive-in. The Shore had 10 of them. → Read More

Thresher shark fished out of Stockton Lake, Manasquan

A thresher shark that was found swimming in a lake in Manasquan, N.J. → Read More

Ocean Town Center: Planners haven't made up their minds, but they want more trees

A vote on the Ocean Town Center in Ocean Township will have to wait until September, at the earliest. → Read More

Cutlassfish, spinner sharks make showing off the N.J. coast

The Axel Carlson Reef has attracted some summer visitors like the cutlassfish. → Read More

Fireflies are dying out because people are destroying their habitats

Firefly researchers and advocates say the insect is on the decline as more and more of its habitats are consumed by development. → Read More

Monmouth County dump fire has investigators scratching their heads

While the cause of Monmouth County dump fire was not found, investigators could not rule out one possible source. → Read More

Fishermen jig bonito, record triggerfish speared off Monmouth Beach

Fishermen continue to jig and troll bonito while a new state record triggerfish was speared. → Read More

Cownose rays are back in the N.J. surf

The wing-tipped sea creatures with the big snout have been spotted in the surf → Read More

Boats zero in on blues, bonito 15 miles from Manasquan Inlet

The party boats zeroed in on bluefish and bonito while the good run of kingfish in the surf continues. → Read More

Ocean Town Center developer could wrap up case tonight

The public hearings are winding down on the Ocean Town Center proposal. A vote could be days or a few weeks away. → Read More

Blue marlin nets offshore fishermen cash prize

The nearly 500-pound blue marlin took over an hour to land. → Read More

Sea bass, mahi-mahi, Spanish macks giving anglers options

Fishermen are making quick work of the sea bass since the season re-opened Monday. → Read More

800-pound great white shark Miss May surfaces on N.J. coast

A tagged 10-foot, 800-pound female great white shark named Miss May surfaced several miles from the coast near Ocean City Wednesday morning, according to OCEARCH's Global Shark Tracker. The shark was tagged off Florida this winter with a satellite tracker by the research group OCEARCH when she was about 40 miles off Fernandina Beach. The tag, known as a SPOT tag, was placed on her dorsal fin.… → Read More

Teen lands sand tiger shark, draws beach crowd in Beach Haven

A teenager drew at crowd to the surf in Beach Haven when he reeled in a sand tiger shark → Read More

Long Branch loves their trailblazing librarian. Find out why.

This city's free public library is blazing a trail that is becoming a model for other libraries. → Read More

Fort Monmouth theater, key piece in entertainment district, up for sale

A new arts and entertainment facility is envisioned on the decommissioned Fort Monmouth land. → Read More