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2014 Grassy Sound Flounder Tournament


Grassy Sound Fishing Reports
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8th Annual Flounder Tournament RESULTS

Tournament Results:

BOAT DIVISION

1st Place Heaviest Flounder: Bill Roverano, Phila. Pa. 6.5 lbs

2nd & 3rd Place Heaviest Flounder: Ken McDermott, CMCH 5.3 lbs
Chip Gruff, North Wildwood 5.3 lbs

3 Heaviest Combined: Randy Peterson, Warrington, Pa.

Women’s Div.: Mary Bohrer, N. Wildwood 3.8 lbs.

Children’s Div.: Wayne Petersen, Mickelton, NJ 4.2 lbs.

Daisy Mae Award: (11th Heaviest) Mark Zebley & Keith Arenberg

FISHING PIER Division

1st Place: Tim Everett, Phila., Pa. 2.8 lb.

2nd Place: Ken Kang, Cape May

3rd Place: Savannah Kang, Cape May

Bill Kinsley Award: (First fish of the day) John Shahan, Phila., Pa.
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Loads of Bait Fish in the back... Weakies at night

Loads of bait fish in the water. Large pods of mullet and peanut bunker, spearing and minnows. Stripers, snapper blues, sea bass, flounder, blues, and kings off the fishing pier. Mackerel and clams doing well with peanut bunker for flounder. Weakfish are being caught in the back during the evening hours.
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Stripers off the Pier, Triggerfish, Croakers, & Snapper Blues

Nice keeper stripers being caught consistently off the pier at the bottom of the tide. Flounder outgoing tide near the Stone Harbor toll bridge. Triggerfish near the North Wildwood bridge, croakers, and snapper blues one after the other.
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Larger Stripers in the back & Fluke at the Inlet

Larger stripers are being caught off the pier and in the back at different tides. Hereford Inlet, outgoing tide is where they’re finding the fluke.
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40" STRIPER & a 20" Fluke in a Crab Trap.

The stripers are getting larger in size with a 40“ striper caught near the marina at slack tide. The bait fish are plentiful. The flounder bite is still strong, weakfish are being caught but in lesser numbers.
60 + folks participated in the 16th Annual Big Jim Adair Memorial Fishing Tournament on the Fishing Pier. Big Jim was the patriarch of the Port Richmond Adair family. He was an avid fishermen who shared his passion with his children. They come together to celebrate every year with a great day of fishing.
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Kings, Croakers, Fluke & OTTERS

Flounder continue strong in the back. Kings on mackerel and clams, croakers and snapper blues 2 at a time. First flounder for 11 yr old, Dylan Scollon, Phila & his mom, Debbie, 23” 4 lb & 25” 5 lb 4 oz. respectively on a rental boat. One hour before and after the change of high tide has been the most productive.

p.s. Watch your minnow buckets, the otters are out in full force.
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A Mixed Bag of Fish & Crabbing Continues to be Strong

A mixed bag of fish including croakers, sheepshead in greater numbers, king fish off the pier and stripers. The kids are having fun with the snapper blues, double headers and one right after the other. Still plenty of nice size flounder coming in and crabbing continues to be strong.
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7 lb 14 oz Doormat on a Kayak, 34 1/2" Striper from the Pier

A 7 lb 14 oz. doormat brought in from a kayak! Black Drum & Sheepshead in the back, also a 34 ˝” striper and some nice bluefish off the pier. Croakers and loads of short flounder with some nice ones to 6 pounds in the mix. The ratio of shorts to keepers has increased the last 2 weeks with lots of shorts being caught with the same amount of sizeable keeper fluke being weighed in.



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5 lb Flounder every day , 4 lb Tog & a Logger Head Turtle

5 lb flounder weighed in every day, a 4 lb tog, a loggerhead turtle from the pier. Crabbing continues very strong on the pier. The volume of fish increased this week with boats reeling in 20-30 flounder. Croakers and sea bass also making a showing.
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4 - 6 lb. Fluke all week & PHENOMENAL Crabbing

A number of 4 - 6 lb flounder caught this week in Grassy Sound, outgoing tide being most productive on live bait and some Gulp. Resident stripers just about keeper size being caught regularly off the pier. Another phenomenal crabbing week.