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OUTBACK BASSIN’

Posted By Bob Misak, October 29, 2018
OUTBACK BASSIN’
Now that South Jersey Kayak Bass Fishing Club's tournament season has ended, Robert Smith donned the dry gear last Monday for a little South Jersey “tube and worm” action on his kayak.
The past week in Southern Jersey was a good one early on, and anglers were able to get out front and lump the humps; sea bass fishing was highly satisfactory for those who tripped it into 100 to 120 feet of ocean and some nice-sized limits were taken. A few keeper togs joined the party, in addition to some bigger porgies and a few bluefish. The inshore scene was much about bass as folks drifting the Mullica and Egg Harbor Rivers found success on liners, with the bonus tag responsible for most keeps as of now. Lots of solid-sized perch mixed it up, giving anglers something to toss in the pan. The weekend Nor-Easter certainly put a damper on the fall “fishtivities” as some stayed home for football or baseball. The coming week looks good once again as winds should be at a minimum, and with bass schools moving south and water temps dropping, it’s now time to hit those beaches.
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