That is pretty much a daily question this time of year. Another warm and cold beginning to winter. The water temperatures are dropping from the colder nights, but the sixty degree days are keeping them from dropping too fast. The water is right in the sweet spot for striped bass, they prefer the below fifty and above forty water temperatures. The inland bays have been fluctuating between tides from fifty-two to Forty-six degrees. The Delaware Bay is averaging fifty degrees and so are the beaches. The resident fish are feeding heavily around the inland bays, Delaware Bay, Indian . . .
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