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March  30  -  The Pier just opened this past weekend; and, the water is still very cold ... BUT, the fish are already biting.  We already caught a few nice tautog and also the first bluefish of the year. 
April  1  -  -  The Pier has only been open for a few days.. BUT, the fish continue biting.  The short stripers have joined in the action, along with the tautog.  And, of course, there is always skates being caught this time of year. Come on down!
April  12  -  - Lots of short stripers have been biting on bait and lures.  Tautog continue to bite on sand fleas and shrimp, and there have been a few nice keepers in the mix.  Still plenty of skates being caught ... and a SHARK! 
April  21  -  Bear reports short stripers, puffers, sea robins and skates.  Also, the shad are starting and the first bluefish were caught. As the water temperature rises, the bite should get even better!
May  2  -  Bob reports lots of fun this past week before the wicked winds on Friday.  Literally hundreds of hickory shad were caught, often 2 at a time! See some happy anglers on our  Memorable Catches Page.  Also, a couple of blues, an occasional striper, the first two weakfish ... and of course, always some skates and horseshoe crabs.
May  9  -  The shad are still biting very well; all you need is a spec rig.  The bluefish bite is starting to pick up. And, Brody and Brayten caught the first flounder on the Pier this year on a bucktail.  The fishing should get even better as the water temperature continues to rise.
May  17  -  Bob reports that hundreds of shad were caught last week ... and are continuing to be caught ... particularly on the incoming tide, and especially using spec rigs.  The bluefish bite is definately picking up, and there are also some short stripers in the mix.  We're still hopeful that some of those big blues from the past will be returning soon!
May  20  -  Shaun reports a nice 26" striper caught this week, along with a number of keeper blues, shad, skates, rays and pufferfish!  Plenty of action to keep everyone happy.
May  28  -  Bob again reports that hundreds of shad are still being caught, and there are more bluefish continuing to show up in the mix ... including a few big ones! There have also been a few large cownose rays caught this past week, and one angler was lucky enough to net and land one.
June  7  -  Shaun reports that they have been catching flounder, shad, kingfish, rockfish, croakers, skates and cownose rays.
June  15  -  Bob reports that early last week on the incoming tide, there were lots of shad still being caught, often two at a time!  There were also a few blues around and quite a few flounder being caught, but mostly shorts. A couple of anglers had some long hard battles with some rays.  And, on Sunday, Chrissie caught a nice tautog, and Charlie from Great Falls, VA caught a beautiful 23" speckled seatrout. (see our Memorable Catches Page!).
June 26  -  Bear reports lots of different fish being caught on the Pier.  Flounder, croaker, kingfish, sea bass, spanish mackerel and a lot of spot! Squid with shiners working well for the flounder. Blood worms and fishbites working well for the small fish.  Speck rigs working too!   The kids are havinga a blast!

July  8  -  Bear reports flounder, rockfish, Spanish mackerel, blues, and shad being caught this month.  And, the kids are still having a lot of fun catching spot and seabass!

August  25  - Bob reports that despite the really hot weather, some fish were still biting at the Pier.  In the daytime, it was mostly flounder, croakers, spot and seabass.  At night, Shaun reports there were at least 20-25  5-foot or larger sharks caught the previous week.  They were mostly caught on bunker, mullet, mackerel and cut croaker.
(see our Memorable Catches Page for some recent pictures !)

September  1  -  Shaun reports that anglers have been catching flounder, sea robins, seabass, spot ... and even some spanish mackerel. But, most excitedly,there have again been sharks caught at night ... 11 on Monday night and a few more on Tuesday.

September  19  -  Shaun reports that the shad, sheepshead and tautog bite is picking up.  And, over the past few days, there were several spanish mackerel and a couple of amberjacks caught.  Fall fishing should be picking up as the water starts to cool down.  Come on down!

As long as you're here, check out the fishing reports from previous years , so you can see what to expect ... and when to expect the action to start.









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