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January 15, 2018:
Bill and the crew at Fin-atics have been getting gear sorted out for the show season, particular from the fishing kayak side. For those looking to gear up or talk fish, the shop is open Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 9 to 5 until the season kicks up again in March.



Previous Reports

  • January 1, 2018 Open or Close

    Bill at Fin-atics said the shop will be open from 9-5 on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays this winter for those looking to give it a shot. The bass were off Cape May County the past few weeks, plenty of birds offshore, but the participation took a dive right after Christmas.

  • December 25, 2017 Open or Close

    Over at Fin-atics Bill reported a good month of bass fishing out in front of Ocean City with anglers finding some nice bass on the troll. Bass are still hanging in and Fred thinks that there will be some bass to catch in January if things remain as they are. The sea bass fishing out front was a solid one as well according to Bill, who said the shop will be open from 9-5 on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays this winter.

  • December 18, 2017 Open or Close

    Over at Fin-atics Bill reported that striped bass are still pushing down the beach, and also north of the shop. There are still fish in the back bays, being caught around sod banks and bridges, with keepers mixed in, a lot of fish in that 24- to 26-inch range. They are being caught with soft plastics. Around the jetties, fishermen are also using lures, and most of the fish appear to be in that same size range. The boats are still catching fish up front, trolling up by Atlantic City all the way up to Monmouth County. In this case, fishermen are using mojos, umbrella shads and Niner's. Additionally, there are still a lot of bunker around to catch. As for tog, the Ocean City reefs are still holding fish, but they are moving out deeper as temps continue droping. Sea bass fishing has been pretty good at the 120- to 130-foot water range, but there are still a lot of fish out there to be caught!

  • December 11, 2017 Open or Close

    Over at Fin-atics Bill reported that striped bass are still pushing down the beach from the north. There are still fish in the back bays, being caught around sod banks and bridges, with keepers mixed in; a lot of fish in that 24- to 26-inch range. They are being caught with soft plastics. Around the jetties, fishermen are also using lures, and most of the fish appear to be in the 24 inch-26 inch range, also. Great action on light tackle! The boats are still catching fish up front, trolling up by Atlantic City all the way up to Monmouth County. In this case, fishermen are using mojos, umbrella shads and Niner's. Additionally, there are still a lot of bunker around to catch. In regard to tog, the Ocean City Reef site is still holding tog, but they are moving deeper at this point. Sea bass fishing has been pretty good at the 120- to 130-foot water range.

Fin-Atics

Fin-Atics
1325 West Avenue
Ocean City, NJ 08226
toll-free: 866-224-2248
phone: 609-398-2248 | fax: 609-398-2712


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