I found the following posted at "the other site", take note of the Rehobeth bay part:
"I haven't fished for Winter Flounder since I was a kid and made a promise that I am going to give it a shot this March.
I recently was able to acquire a Flounder Fishing book that appears to be circa 1965-1968. It contains several good tips and covers the entire gamut of chum and bait. What is very interesting about the book is that it references several locations in New Jersey and Delaware as places to fish. It indicates that fishing for WF in Cape May begins in January and lasts through May. It also stated that many 3-4 pound WF are caught in Cape May but that these larger fish haven't been around in the last few years (relative comment to the book's date). It also indicates that Rehobeth Bay in Delaware is a good WF spot. Both these comments surprised me as I never thought there was a fishery for WF as far south as Cape May yet alone Delaware."
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