Summer night weakfish

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The sounds and sights are spectacular . They are totally unique to the Cape May co. sounds, during a summer night high tide. 

Every step I made was with extreme caution. Knowing, a miss step could fill my wadders with saltwater. Pretty much guarantying a story about a drowned fisherman in the Press of Atlantic City. Why risk it? Why not wait for daylight ? Why not fish from the boat ? Well,in a nut shell,it is a mindset. Yes, many would consider it a little crazy. However, without this mindset, it is close to impossible, to catch tide runner weakfish. Actually, without it , you limit yourself to mediocre, regardless of your endeavor.  Ed Teise was high hook this night. Matter of fact, I would bet he has caught more keeper size weakfish than anyone on the entire East coast. At this point in the 2016 season. Hold for the largest weakfish.

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Ed Teise lands a beautiful summer night weakfish

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The author’ caught this 8.8 pound July weakfish during high tide . 2016

 

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