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6/2/18: Cape May Area - They are still catching Stripers on both the ocean and bayside side. The boaters are still getting Drum on the Delaware Bay and a few from the beach as well. Small Bluefish and Weakfish are biting at Cape May point and reports of Stripers, Weakfish and the occasional Sheepshead from Higbee Beach
6/30/18 Cape May Area - Increasing reports of Summer Flounder being caught from Surf and Reefs. Reports of Weakfish from Surf and Sheepshead caught from bridges.
9/22/18 Cape May Area - Snapper Blues and Schoolie Striper along the Beachfront and Back Bay on clams, mullet and bloodworms. Today is the last day of Flounder Season and Anglers working bucktails with Gulp have been successful, so come in for Flounder tackle and bait to take advantage of the last hours of the season.
4/16/19 Cape May /Delaware Bay area -Reports of short and keeper size Stripers are coming in from the Bay and Ocean side ,along with some Drum fish in the Del. Bay
4/25/19 We're getting more reports of Stripers in the ocean and bay side here in Cape May. We have an assortment of fresh and live baits in stock including Bloodworms, night crawlers ,clams (live and shucked) and fresh Bunker.
6/5/2019 Anglers are catching keeper size Weakfish around the jetties on Bloodworms and pink soft plastics. The Drum fish continue to feed on clams and shedder crabs on the Delaware Bay and the back bay fishermen are getting Fluke on minnows, squid and gulp. The offshore reefs are producing Black Sea Bass and smaller size Flounder.
6/12/2019 The surf anglers are starting to catch the summer species now, Croakers, Kingfish and Weakfish on Bloodworms, shedder crabs and soft plastics in pink and purple. The Drum fish are still biting on clams and shedder crabs, we had a 40,50, and 60 pounder last Thursday in the Delaware bay. The offshore guys are getting Bluefin Tuna at Massey and some of the other Canyons. Stop by and we'll point you in the right direction.
6/18/2019 Customers are reporting nice size Blue claw crabs being caught in the area. We're also starting to see some of the larger sharks caught off the beaches, Sand Bar Sharks in the 4 foot range. There's always plenty of the smaller sharks Dogfish/Sandsharks) to be had, the kids love catching them. As the water warms up we're also seeing more Flounder,Kinfish,croakers and Weakfish around as well.
Lots of small Weakfish, snapper Blues and Kingfish around the Cape May jetties getting caught on Bloodworms, Fishbites and purple/pink soft plastics like Fin-S and Bass Assassins .A few anglers had short Stripers this week on clam and Gulp swim mullet. Out on the reef sites some keeper flounder ,Triggerfish ,Bluefish and Kingfish were caught. Offshore there are plenty of Bluefin Tuna and Sharks to be had.
Surf Anglers have been catching Weakfish, Kingfish, and Croakers on Bloodworms and Fishbites. Flounder have also been taken from the beach although most have been shorts.Shark fishermen have been doing well with Brown and Sand Tiger sharks in the surf
7/6/2019 We have Bloodworms in stock
Surf anglers have been catching Kingfish, Croakers and Weakfish on Bloodworms at Cape May Point. Snapper Bluefish have been hitting small metals and cut Mullet. Boaters have been catching some keeper Fluke at Cape may reef and Wildwood reef. Brown and Sand Tiger sharks have been caught off the beach front on Bunker and Mackerel mostly at night around low tide.
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