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Harbor View Marina

November 20, 2017:
Capt. Fred over at Harbor View Marina said the local blackfishing gang are having a ball and there have been lots of nice fish, with a few anglers scratching out limits of six from the inlet and up on the bridge. There has been a lull in bass fishing other than short fish, but reports of bass just to the north have anglers on the wait or on the move, heading north to get at those keeper fish. The shop is open as is the restaurant, and Capt. Fred is hopeful of a bass bite in December as fish take their time moving down.



Previous Reports

  • November 13, 2017 Open or Close

    Capt. Fred over at Harbor View Marina says that there has been only sporadic word of bass of any size in the area, but a few anglers fishing the local tournaments have found a couple to weigh. There are a mess of schoolies in the back bay, and top water action can be fun on the little bass. The sea bass scene wasn't much as cold weather kept anglers ashore, but the action should pick up again this week as air temps rise to seasonable again. Locals are still having the time of their lives on the inshore togging, which has been great all of this past few months.

  • November 6, 2017 Open or Close

    Capt. Fred over at Harbor View Marina says the reefs and wrecks out front are providing for limits of sea bass as anglers took advantage of a good weather window this past week. There were calm seas on most mornings with a slight breeze in the afternoons, just enough for anglers to get home in time with fish in the box. Local fishing has been slow other than the tog bite, which is still solid at the jetties. Small bluefish are in the bay and on the surf, with fresh chunks or providing the younger crowd with lots of action.

  • October 30, 2017 Open or Close

    Capt. Fred over at Harbor View Marina says that the week was a solid one where reef fishing goes, and early week saw anglers get out and lump the humps, with boats reporting plenty of good sized fish amongst some short fish that had to be tossed. The tog fishing was okay out front, but solid inshore as anglers are still catching some nice white chins on the local structure. Lots of bluefish are set up in the bay and weakfish are hanging in, but Capt. Fred thinks they'll bail out with this incoming cold weather. The surf is seeing some short bass, a stray kingfish and lots of small blues, and the larger bass have been reported way north to Brigantine and Ocean City, and on their way.

  • October 23, 2017 Open or Close

    Capt. Fred over at Harbor View Marina says that anglers were all about getting out front on the reefs to get at sea bass and surely, they had a good opener with the banner weather that presented itself. The inshore scene is still a tog event and those finding some blackfish are finding 15-inchers to take, with lots of little bluefish to add to the menu, and small ass hitting top waters like crazy out back.

Harbor View Marina

Harbor View Marina
954 Ocean Dr
Cape May, NJ 08204
phone: 609-884-0808 | fax: 609-884-7291


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