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man holding two flounder that he caught

Does Capt Mike have anything to report? Absolutely- We have just bee too busy to get to reports. During the day throughout June, the Sea Bass Fishing was consistent so long as the conditions allowed. Some days were poor due to high winds (over 25 mph) and high seas. But when conditions permitted, the fishing was good. Some wrecks were better than others.

Our first keeper fluke has come over the rails on our day trips at both 8:00 AM and 1:00 PM. Mixed in with fluke we have caught weakfish, kingfish, and small blues. This mix of fishing is usually much later in the season, but the warming trend has led to excellent results early in the season.

The night boat report was excellent Drum fishing in May and the beginning of June. The fish were up to 70 lbs and the bite was consistent, but it is over for 2019. The night boat has shifted gears to fishing both Cape May Point and Delaware Bay and there are some small blues and weakfish around. The occasional shark has also been caught and released.

We would like to take this opportunity to introduce and welcome Captain Bob Francis of the Gallant Lady and formerly of the Royal Flush to the Miss Chris and Cape May Whale Watcher team. If you would like to see Captain Bob, he is at the Miss Chris Marina.

Captain Mike, Captain Jim, Judy, and Christian along with Captain Jeff and Captain Scott all look forward to seeing you all this summer. Here’s hoping for calm seas and tight lines.

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