July flounder fishing in the Cape May sounds

John and his 5  back bay keeper  flounder

John and his 5 back bay keeper flounder

We were jumped by a gang of mad strawberry flies at my dock this morning.Keep in mind, that if you run into strawberry flies ,  hold your ground and swat, you can clear them out in a short time. After rumbling with the strawberry natives we  loaded the skiff and were on our way.With the weekend fishing pressure coupled with the conditions,  it took some effort to zero in on the fish.  We fished 3.5 hours, the water temperature was 65 degrees, the bite window was narrow. It is was a good morning fishing with John.

 

 

 

 

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