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  1. Home Port.
    Launched the boat around 7:30 am on Sunday to a windy morning. As the wind slowly died down, the bite picked up on the last hour of incoming. We ended up boating over 20 fluke all caught on gulp shrimp. Keepers were scarce to come by... Lots of boats out there, but everyone was keeping their...
  2. Home Port.
    Launched the boat early afternoon to hit the end of the incoming and the start of the outgoing. Caught 3 shorts while watching the small crowd around us also catching shorts here and there. The wind picked up a bit making the drift speed a bit tricky even with the drift sock. Got to test my Penn...
  3. Inshore Fishing Forum
    Hello folks, I have only fished for flatties in various back bays around Cape May County in depths from 5-30 ft. I typically use a 1/2 oz to 1 oz bucktail with a gulp or minnow trailer about 12" behind the bucktail on 20 lb mono leader. I will be fishing the inshore wrecks in the upcoming weeks...
  4. Home Port.
    Took my boat out for the first time this month getting ready to hit the last of the incoming and top of the outgoing. The wind was howling and the drift sock did slow us down somewhat. My buddy was hammering the short flounder with a bucktail/swimming mullet (John Skinner special). I was getting...
  5. Home Port.
    Went out Sunday on a friend's boat. It wasn't until we got in the water when the motor wouldn't start and he told me "it worked the last time I used it." I asked when that was, he replied "about two years ago." After driving all the way down the shore, getting lunch, bait, and ramp fee, we...
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