Fishing Report and storm update for Friday the 13th

The final predictions are out for tomorrow’s storm, the lower part of Delaware (below the C&D canal) will see mostly rain. This storm  may begin as possible snow and sleet in the morning but will definitely switch to rain for the late morning and afternoon.  The Northern parts of Delaware will probably see snow and sleet.  everywhere north of that will see snow and possibly lots of it.  Be safe and be prepared.  There will be heavy east winds 10-15 knots gusting to 20 knots, and that can bring fish into the surf.  So far the surf has been slim to none the past few days, and you have to  be in the right place at the right time.  Boats are doing well in the south in front of Bethany and Sea colony for striped bass.  There have been some tautog caught here and there in the Delaware bay.  There will be a small craft advisory tomorrow afternoon into Sunday.  On Sunday winds will change to out of the west and still be heavy, 10-15 knots, gusting to 20 knots.  Both days later in the afternoon the winds will increase gust strength.  That is all I have for you folks, the only way to find a fish out there is wet a line.  The beaches have flattened out a little bit compared to last weekend, there is still a drop off in some areas.  There have been short striped bass caught all over the inland bays.  Be safe and smart.  I will be at the Milton Holly Festival Saturday 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. and in the sand box on Sunday.  Have a great weekend.

 

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