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FISHING LOGS: New Jersey & Delaware Bay
Delaware, Maryland & Chesapeake Bay


Posted By Eric Burnley, June 19, 2017
Anne Hoover, Josh, Madalyn, Austin and Andy Nelson, all from Manhiem, PA fished with the Capt. Ike II at the Poorman's on an overnight trip last week and brought eight yellowfin and a mako into Hook ‘em and Cook ‘em. Capt. Dave Collins and Brian Joseph reported trolling with ballyhoo worked for the tuna and chumming with mackerel and a whole mackerel fillet worked to bring in the mako.
Fishing over ocean structure for flounder and sea bass will be the best bet for those who work the inshore grounds. The Old Grounds has seen fair action and, according to reports from charter boat captains, it is getting better every day. Those who can make the offshore run will find bluefin, yellowfin and bigeye tuna at the Poorman’s Canyon so long as the 10-degree temperature break remains. Trolling has been the top technique. Meanwhile over on the Chesapeake, chumming seems to be the most consistent technique for catching striped bass. Jigging will also work very early or late in the day if the current is moving well.
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