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Delaware Bay Report

Report from Tuesday, June 12.

| Port Elizabeth | Newport | Fortescue | Cape May | Last Week's Report |
THIS REPORT IS UPDATED EVERY TUESDAY
Cape May
Black drum still swam the bay, Capt. Tom from Fishin’ Fever Sportfishing said late last week, and was sure they’d bite around this week’s new moon. Room was available for that fishing aboard.

Anglers were all fishing for summer flounder, said Nick from Hands Too Bait & Tackle. The back bay along the Intracoastal Waterway and the inlets fished well for the flatfish. Nick did hear about flounder boated from Delaware Bay. A trip reeled in four keepers there. The anglers said that was along hard bottom, so Nick figured that was at the sloughs. Reports were still heard about black drum caught from Delaware Bay last week. The fish then seemed to push farther from shore, and Tussy’s Slough was fished for them. A few striped bass were still angled from Cape May’s surf. Dunk fresh bunker or fresh clams for them. Weakfish and flounder were also dragged from the surf. The weakfishing was decent along jetties on bloodworms on floats or soft-plastic lures on bucktails. Not much was heard about bluefish from the surf or anywhere. The surf at Cape May includes Delaware Bay and the ocean, because the town is located at the confluence of the two.