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Two Hobie Pros Go Head-To-Head At Fall Bassin’ Hotspot Hobie Fishing Team members, Charles Parker Breon and Charles Daugherty enjoy four days of fall bassin’ at one of the best fisheries in the northeast.
Paul (Miss Tammy) with a 6 pound flounder.
Declan with a 47 pound Mahi-mahi caught while fishing on the Bodacious out of Wildwood!
Brooke and Michael with a 23 and a 26 pound Mahi-mahi caught while fishing on the Bodacious out of Wildwood.
George (Liquid Asset) with a 7 pound 15 ounce flounder!
Brad with a 7 pound 13 ounce Flounder caught @ Reef Site 11.
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Gino Nave of Collegeville with a 6.87 pound sheepshead caught while fishing on Scott Nave's boat Off The Road.
Flounder fishing remains good at reef Site 11, the Cape May Reef and McCrie Shoal. Many anglers reported limits on Saturday. There are plenty of Kingfish along the beachfront. There are still Weakfish out front and a few smaller Weakfish being caught in the back bays. Schoolie size Stripers are being caught in the back bays. Offshore, Blue and White Marlin are being caught and scattered Tuna. Mahi-Mahi are starting to show at the Canyons and around the pots. Crabbing was good this past week and should remain good into September.
Christine with a 3.78 and a 3.54 pound Flounder caught at the Wildwood Reef and a live minnow/squid combo.
Flounder fishing remains good at the reefs. McCrie Shoal and the Wildwood Reef were the hotspots the past week. Christine Nicholas of Harrisburg, PA checked in with a double header 3.78 and a 3.54 pound flounder caught at the Wildwood Reef on a live minnow/squid combo. Kingfish are everywhere along the Wildwoods beachfront for the surf or boat anglers. In the back bays, there are still Flounder to be caught and there are plenty of schoolie Stripers with a few nice Weakfish in the mix. Six year old Maggie Hennigan caught her first ever keeper Striped Bass from the back bay. The fish measured 32 inches and took a sardine. Offshore, the Tuna bite slowed some this past week. Blue and White Marlin have started to show in good numbers. Crabbing picked up again and should remain good through September.
28th Annual Duke of Fluke Tournament results:
Single Heaviest Fluke:
1st Place - 7.55 pounds - Capt. Matt Gillis - It’s a Trap
2nd Place - 7.21 pounds - Capt. Mike Bascome - Scales
3rd Place - 6.64 pounds - Capt. Rob Guarini - Top Rod
Five Heaviest Fluke:
1st Place - 22.33 pounds - Feast or Famine - Capt. Wayne Reichle
2nd Place - 22.15 pounds - Determined - Capt. Roy Trainer
3rd Place - 19.42 pounds - Gotta Habit - Capt. Thomas McCouch
1st Place - 3.63 pounds - Greg Crotty (Hobie Mirage Outback)
2nd Place - 3.38 pounds - Gabe Hirl (Hobie Mirage Pro Angler 14)
3rd Place - 3.16 pounds - Bryan Flood (Hobie Mirage Outback)
4.35 pounds - Kim Gallagher - Bad Beagle
6.05 pounds - Anthony DeLio - Miss Nicoles
Heaviest Sea Bass:
2.95 pounds - Cabana Boys - Capt. Christian Cabana
0.86 pounds - Rock On - Capt. Rocco Dipasquale
Here's what happening down the Jersey Shore this weekend Meteorologist Chris Sowers and Adam Joseph have everything happening this weekend.
Rick Mariano checked in with a 6.3 pound Flounder measuring 25". The fish was caught behind the Wildwoods on a Bucktail tipped with Gulp!.
Eleven year old Gina checked in with a 3 pound 5 ounce Flounder caught on a live Minnow behind the Wildwoods.
Cousins Prudence Falco age 12, of Downingtown, PA and Addison Croll age 13, of Kunkletown, PA caught their first ever Flounders weighing 2.61 and 2.26 pounds! The girls were drifting live minnows and Mackerel strips behind North Wildwood.
Mike of Schwenksville checked in with a 3.3 pound Flounder caught behind the Wildwoods.
Flounder fishing was good the past week when the weather allowed. Flounder are still being caught in the back bays, and live minnows or bucktails tipped with mackerel worked well for them this past week. Mike Poust of Schwenksville checked in with a 3.3 pound Flounder caught behind the Wildwoods. Twelve year old Prudence Falco of Downingtown, PA weighed in her first ever Flounder tipping the scale at 2.61 pounds and Addison Croll, age 13 of Kunkletown, PA weighed in her first ever Flounder at 2.26 pounds. The cousins were fishing behind North Wildwood drifting with Mackerel and live Minnows. The Cape May Reef produced best this past week, and fish were also caught at the Wildwood Reef and Reef Site 11. Weakfish are still being caught around the jetties. Plenty of Kingfish are being caught in the surf along the Wildwoods while using Fishbites or small pieces of clam on a Kingfish rig. The Yellowfin Tuna bite was very good at the Wilmington Canyon. Dockside, crabbing was excellent this past week. Sterling Harbor’s 28th Annual Duke of Fluke Tournament is scheduled for July 17, 2021 with the Captain’s Meeting Friday evening July 16th at 7pm. Entry forms are now available in the shop or at sterlingharbor.com.
Kiersten with a 6 pound Flounder caught at Reef Site 11.
Flounder fishing was very good when the weather allowed this past week. The back bay Flounder bite remains decent, and limits were reported from the Cape May Reef, Reef Site 10 and Reef Site 11. Kirsten Clark of Brigantine checked in with a 6 pound Flounder caught at Reef Site 11 on an S & S Bucktail tipped with a Mackerel strip. Weakfish are still being caught around the jetties. Sea Bassing remains good, and the season will end on Tuesday. Nice Kingfish are being caught along the beachfront in North Wildwood on Fishbites Bag-O-Worms, Bloodworm or small pieces of clam. Yellowfin Tuna are being caught while trolling down around Poorman’s Canyon. Preparations are underway for Sterling Harbor’s 28th Annual Duke of Fluke Tournament scheduled for Saturday, July 17, 2021. Entry forms are now available in the shop. Give us a call @ 609-729-1425 with any questions.
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Nice Weakfish are being caught around the jetties on light bucktails or jig heads with pink Fin-S fish, Mr. Twister purple fire tails or while floating a bloodworm under a bobber. Kingfish are starting to show in the surf in NWW and are being caught on bloodworms or small pieces of clam. Flounder are being caught in the back bays, and we had several good reports from Reef Site 11 where Scott Wheeler and crew of Big Bone had 10 keeper Flounder up to 22 inches. Drumfish are still being caught in the Delaware Bay. A few Stripers are still being landed in the surf, and there are plenty of schoolie size Stripers in the back bays with an occasional keeper. A mix of Bluefin and Yellowfin tuna reports came from the Baltimore Canyon this past week. Crabbing was excellent this past week. Preparations are underway for Sterling Harbor’s 28th Annual Duke of Fluke Tournament scheduled for July 17, 2021.
Charles grindin' em out....
Four year old Fisher, landed his first ever Weakfish while floating a bloodworm under a bobber along the jetty with Dad.
Weakfishing is excellent around the jetties while using pink Zoom’s, pink worms, or while floating a bloodworm under a bobber. The Drumfish bite remains good in the Delaware Bay on both the Jersey and Delaware sides of the bay. Flounder fishing was great over the weekend. Lots of fish were caught with most anglers bringing home some keepers. Striped Bass are being caught along the beaches and the Delaware bayshore while plugging with Bombers or Daiwa SP Minnows or with clam bait. Crabbing is good and should improve after the full moon.
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Brandon with a 19 pound Striped Bass caught while plugging along the Delaware Bayshore.
Sea Bassing was excellent with many catching their limit over the weekend. Drumfishing has been very good on both the New Jersey and Delaware sides of the bay. Striped Bass are being caught in the surf, along the jetties, and in the back bays on both bait and plugs. Branden Olewiler of York, PA checked in with a 19 pound Striped Bass caught while plugging along the Delaware Bayshore. Joe Matteucchi of Wildwood caught and released a 36” Striped Bass from his Hobie Mirage Pro Angler 14 360 kayak while fishing a Mirr-O-Lure behind the Wildwoods. Weakfish can be caught from the jetties on bucktails tipped with pink worms or while floating a bloodworm under a bobber. Flounder season opens on the 22nd, and we are fully stocked with bait, Gulp!, bucktails, and anything else you may need for a successful opening day. We have Hobie Mirage Outback and Pro Angler kayaks in stock, but they are going fast! Stop by soon for the best selection.
Striped Bass Bonus Program open now.
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Joe caught and released a huge Striped Bass from his Hobie Mirage Pro Angler 14 360 this week!
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