Yeah, if it's cloudy it's a lot tougher to catch 'em. Plus, it's been pretty slow the farther south one gets. I've been hearing from a few people that folks have managed catches in the Manasquan River, meaning they're beginning to move out of the northern bay already, at least. Looks like we could have a shorter season than expected this year.Candy Man said:It has been slow. In addition, we had close to an inch of rain yesterday which will likely make it even slower.
Between recent rains, new moon tides, and an abreviated schedule, i couldn't get anything at mantoloking bridge 4/5jmakvet said:Wondering if anyone's had any luck flounder fishing barnegat bay (around 40 can to BI). If so, where? Thinkin of headin out for a few hrs and don't wanna waste time chummin in non-productive areas....thanks
Interesting. Mantoloking seems to have produced for the first week of the season (luckily, that's when I fished there!) and it's slowed ever since last weekend. Even Capt. Anthony on the Angela Rose, who usually catches tons of flounder, has reported slow activity.Blynch said:Between recent rains, new moon tides, and an abreviated schedule, i couldn't get anything at mantoloking bridge 4/5