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FISHING LOGS: New Jersey & Delaware Bay


Posted By J. B. Kasper, September 25, 2017

 It was another week of hit or miss fishing in the sweetwater. What weather interference we had this past week was limited to along the coast during the early part of the week of September 18. The rains finally stopped and water levels and conditions were finally at a more seasonable state as the weekend began, with the exception of water temperatures. Unusually warm weather in mid to late September pushed water temps back up into the upper 70s in most waters, making the bite a more unpredictable. Bass fishing in many waters has moved into the edges of the deeper water and along the weed lines. Crappie fishing remains an early evening bite, and smallmouth fishing continues to be good in the moving waters. Panfish and catfishing are good through out our reporting area. Pickerel fishing is good in the lower part of the state. Rounding out this late September and early October prospects are carp, northern pike, hybrids, walleye and musky in waters where they are present.


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