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Delaware Bay Report

Report from Tuesday, October 9.

| Port Elizabeth | Fortescue | Cape May | Last Week's Report |
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Cape May
Bluefish to 25 inches, decent-sized, showed up in inlets and the back bay, said Nick from Hands Too Bait & Tackle. Fishing went well for them on mullet or lures. Blues mostly to 18 inches and throwback striped bass bit in the surf on mullet or lures. That was from the ocean to Delaware Bay, and Cape May is at the confluence. On the Delaware Bay side, spots, kingfish, a few croakers and maybe still pompano probably continued to be around like before in the surf. A few weakfish loitered the bay’s surf. Fishing for blackfish and triggerfish along surf jetties was a little slow, but a few gathered there. Blackfish and triggers swam fairly abundant at inshore wrecks in the ocean. Sea bass season opened Monday, and trips will fish for them often at small inshore wrecks on the ocean and at spots like Cape May Reef. Crabbing was excellent on the back bay.