The inland bays peaked to almost fifty-eight degrees during the week. This morning we are looking at forty-nine degrees and peaking to fifty-five degrees. This trend will continue for a few days and may drop a few degrees with today's rain and frontal system. The Delaware bay is holding around fifty degrees in Lewes, even up north in the river at fifty-one degrees earlier this morning. These are perfect striped bass temperatures. There are a lot of migratory fish showing up in the Delaware bay and river. As much as many hate to hear . . .
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