Cape May co. Summer weakfish

Ed Tiese admires his 26.5

Ed Tiese admires his 26.5″ summer weakfish before releasing the fish. 7-14-2015

It was beautiful summer evening to be out on the water, blue, calm and comfortable, We headed out about 7:00 pm to catch the last 30 minutes of the incoming tide, for Summer flounder. As the tide slowed and the sunset, we turned to weakfish. I pushed the throttle to the limit, to get to the spot before dark.  The  conditions we found  in the area were borderline at best.  However, it wasn’t long before Ed tied into  a big weakfish. The water temperature was 70 degrees. The water clarity was a 6. The fishing pressure was zero.  Nobody in sight, mid- summer,  bluebird  evening ?  Very unusual.

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