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Waterfront Marina

November 20, 2017:
Sean over at Waterfront Marine told us of a still okay tog bite in the back bay, and anglers are taking advantage of the blackfishing as long as it lasts. There have also been some reports of a few keeper bass being caught off the bridge near the shop, with anglers tossing swim shads or bombers under the cover of darkness. The shop will remain open through the winter, and you can call ahead for your needs.



Previous Reports

  • November 13, 2017 Open or Close

    Sean over at Waterfront Marine told us of a still strong tog bite both inshore and off, and with blackfish limits going up in a mere few days; it's looking like anglers will get to fill buckets as warm waters have kept the fish around. The bass fishing is slow in moving down to the south, but stellar fishing to the north has all eyes on the schools of bass as they chase bunker down. The bluefishing has slowed, but Sean tells of good blackfishing on the closer structure and some nice sea bass out there in 100 to 120 feet of ocean, and winds dictating when folks can get out there. Sean fished out on the reefs on Sunday, hooking up with Al Crudele and the three anglers onboard had a banner day, keeping three nice tog and releasing a bunch of sizeable fish.

  • November 6, 2017 Open or Close

    Sean over at Waterfront Marine told us of a bit of a redfish bite around the Somers Point area, and anglers caught a couple out back while wrestling with the weakfish, which are still hanging in there. Bloodworms or shedders were the baits of choice, and Sean reported a couple anglers catching some reds out front on the structure as well. Blackfishing continues to be the rave on the inshore structure, and most anglers are going home with that 15-inch whitechin. Little blues are all over, with no sign of letting up just yet.

  • October 30, 2017 Open or Close

    Sean over at Waterfront Marine told us of some decent tog action around the back waters of Somers Point. The bridges and rock piles have produced some fat blackfish to 5 pounds or so, and green crabs are the only bait in town, unless you can find some shore crabs. The area has a mess of blues hanging around and the back-bay bass, like most areas have been shorts, with a keeper rearing its head every now and then.

  • October 23, 2017 Open or Close

    Sean over at Waterfront Marine told us of tog and bluefish mostly, with anglers waiting for the arrival of those bigger bass which are just to the north. Bunker spoons have been responsible for some real nice bass up near Seaside, and Sean tells of the bite being, "Only a week or two away." In the meantime, anglers found a good day to open the sea bass season, with the morning being calm and crisp, allowing anglers to get out and fill the coolers. The week looks to be good for wreck fishing after Tuesday's rain and wind, and surely anglers will be back at it as soon as they can.

Waterfront Marina

Waterfront Marina
1 Goll Avenue
Somers Point, NJ 11978
phone: 609-926-1700 | fax: 609-926-1250


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