Tag: Wildwood fishing

6-25-09 Kensdock fishing report

 
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The yellowfin tuna bite turned on yesterday the 51′ pez machine sportfisher  boated over 40 yellowfin and dolphin to ten pounds. They were fishing the lindinkohl. They were the only boat in the area. This is the kind of situation tuna fishermen wait for!
When I woke up this morning I was tripping over myself as I was in a rush to hit my flounder spots. The spots I had time to fish did not hold any flounder at all! The water in the area I was fishing was way to fresh, due to all the rain. I ran to a spot in the inlet that I was sure would at lest hold a few keepers. The wind and surf made it impossible to fish this spot. Tomorrow I will try the incoming tide closer to the inlet.The water tempreature was 70 degrees.
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6-24-09 Kensdock fishing report

The flounder bite has been slow behind Avalon and Stone Harbor the last couple of days. I have not been out in a couple of days. I am sure there is still some nice keeper flounder to be caught in the back bay.At last report Dr. Gary had 2 keepers on the morning tide and 2 on the evening tide. Everyone else had only short flounder. If you have been fishing the ocean structure and not catching big flounder you need to reassess your rigs,bait and the time of the tide you are fishing.I can tell you that the 7 pound class  flounder bite is on in this area. Reef 11 has been producing.If you know of any unmarked structure just off the beach that would be a good bet for filing the cooler with big fluke. The water temperature at my dock is 70 degrees and it is over cast and raining.
 
After a poor showing of mako sharks at the scales of the South jersey Shark tournament and other major tournaments along the east coast there has been much discussion of increasing the size limit on mako sharks. Many Captains are calling on a complete closure for a couple of years. I think the idea of one Mako shark per boat recreational and commercial per year  is the best option.
 
6:00 pm update:

I just talked to a few fishermen that flounder fished today. The ocean structure and the back bay produced keeper flounder today with the ocean holding the bigger fish. Everybody I spoke with had at lest 2 keepers today.

6-20-09 12:10 am Kensdock fishing report

We flounder fished the first hour of the out going tide today. I headed to a spot behind wildwood that has produced some nice fish in the past. We  only caught two keepers in this area. It is  approaching the time of year that it becomes harder to catch keeper flounder in the back bay. Most years the flounder bite is over by July 15 in the back bay. I have caught limits of flounder in the back bay in August but it takes a lot of time and luck. I have boated more keeper flounder already this year {79}, than I did the entire season last year { 68 } .flounder 072flounder 067

6-17-09 11:00 pm Kensdock fishing report

As we traveled across the bay the NE wind was throwing salt water on Jonathan and Wayne. I promised them that at the end of the ride we would be fishing in an area that historically holds large fluke. The window of the bite at this spot is very short maybe twenty minutes. There was no boat traffic today, exactly what we needed for this spot. We fished for 30 minutes. We boated 3 keepers the largest was 6.5 pounds. The water temperature was 68.5 degrees today.flounder 069