Kensdock Report: Cape May co. stripers, red drum and specks

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Today I was sitting on my couch looking across the sound, wondering when the migratory fish are going to show up. I have been fishing hard and often,  so far I have not seen or caught  any migratory fish.  I made it out today in-between  wind gust and rain, once again I caught resident fish.  The pictures of  red drum, stripers and specks that I have posted over the last month are  resident fish. The fall migratory fish are not in Cape May County NJ waters yet.  The last year that the migratory fish were this late showing up  was 1998. That year turned out to be the best fall fishing in my lifetime, lets hope for a repeat of the banner fall fishing of 1998.

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  1 comment for “Kensdock Report: Cape May co. stripers, red drum and specks

  1. January 24, 2014 at 2:50 am

    I watched the trailer, got me psyched . I quit fishing when the weakfish disappear. I’ll be back out this spring. Great to see their back

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