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FISHING LOGS: New Jersey & Delaware Bay
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FALL ARRIVES

Posted By J. B. Kasper, October 30, 2017
 Finally I think the cooler weather is here to say. Water temps in the sweetwater have dropped into a more seasonal level and the fall feed is on in most waters. With water temps in the mid to low 60s most of the better fishing is on minnows, either live-lined or jigged. While water levels are still low in many waters, Sunday’s rain is sure to change that and have an effect on this week’s fishing. This past week saw many lakes start to turn over and both bass and crappie fishing are on the upswing in a lot of waters. Pickerel fishing is picking up in the tea stained waters of the Pine Barrens, and walleye fishing is on the upswing in the Delaware and other waters where they are present. Trout fishing is very picky with the exception of a few waters. Smallmouth fishing in the moving water is good on live bait. Rounding out this week’s prospects for some good fishing are muskies, northern pike, white perch and carp.
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