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  1. #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1fishinmusician View Post
    Spent last week in Cape May. Highlight of the week was catching a 3' bull shark off the Town Bank beach.
    Yup. Showed the pics to a friend of mine, Rutgers University, Marine Biologist. Definitely a baby bull. The shovel shaped head, large eyes and large nose holes.

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    Ill be staying with my girlfriend and her family on the coast guard base this weekend(10-12 to 10-14), Im bringing mirrolures, gulps and jigheads, topwaters and bucktails. What else should I bring? Should I bring waders? Im trying to catch some weakfeesh, stripers and bluefish. Any chance of that happening?

  4. #28
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    Don't tell anybody but I heard of a few puppy drum in the mix down that way. Fresh finger mullet (readily available at no cost with a cast net) on a fishfinder rig should get results.

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  6. #29
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    Quote Originally Posted by dropinbrix View Post
    Ill be staying with my girlfriend and her family on the coast guard base this weekend(10-12 to 10-14), Im bringing mirrolures, gulps and jigheads, topwaters and bucktails. What else should I bring? Should I bring waders? Im trying to catch some weakfeesh, stripers and bluefish. Any chance of that happening?
    Bring some top & bottom rigs with ya as well. Like Philly said, there have been some red drum pups caught, fresh finger mullet and peanut bunker if ya have a cast net.

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    It turns out we were staying in Sea Isle City, Saturday night I found a bridge walked around to the pilings at the bottom cast to the channel and caught about a 15" winter fluke. I saw people during the day catching blues on frozen mullet but that was about it. Im thinking about planning a trip for next year.

  8. #31
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    Fished the Lighthouse area Sat-Sun. All the snappers you wanted on finger mullet, nothing else. Ranger told me that a few puppy drum and black drum were caught but no striper seen. Massive bird blitz Sunday AM out front, it was awesome sight.

  9. #32
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    Fished various spots around the Cape Fri-Sat, no bass seen. Caught my first ling, had to ask somebody what it was, never seen one.

  10. #33
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    Ling are good eatin when they have some size to them.

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    Any tog hanging around the inlets?

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    Toggin has been pretty good along the seawall in North Wildwood.

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    Good to hear. Thanks.

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