8-12-09 Kensdock fishing report

The wind has been blowing North east for days. Mid September is transition time for fishing in Cape May co. NJ. We wait for the cool north west weather fronts to move through Cape May County. The North West wind  is what creates great fishing conditions. The first day of the north east blow blue fish where stacked up just inside of the inlets. A few small weakfish were under the blue fish. The weakies were in the 10″ to 12″ size. Stripers are being caught around the ocean drive bridges by fishermen using live bait under a float rig. Just a couple of fish being caught and by no means has the fall fishing season kicked off yet. The water temperature at my docks is 71 degrees.
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  1 comment for “8-12-09 Kensdock fishing report

  1. September 13, 2009 at 6:32 pm

    This was a really great read, I am very glad I came across your site.

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