Posts Tagged ‘Strathmere’

SFEC Flounder Tournament Results

Thanks to everyone that participated in this year’s event. We always enjoy seeing everyone at weigh in, and we especially love the brats and beer at the awards ceremony afterwards! Despite the windy weather we saw a good amount of flounder being caught, mostly on Gulp and minnows. Overall winner: Steve Burin 3.08 lb Ladies: 1st:…

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Hollinger Flounder Tournament Results

Congrats to the winners of the Herb Hollinger Fishing Tournament held over the weekend! It was a great turn out, and we saw lots of flounder being weighed in at Whale Creek. Overall Winner: Darren Keir 3.76 lbs Women’s Division: 1st place: Sally Callahan 3.59 lbs 2nd place: Nancy Cunningham 3.24 lbs 3rd place: Candy Jankowski…

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Free Flounder Seminar

~Learn from the best~ Whale Creek Marina is having a free flounder seminar on June 1 at 8:30 am. No registration is required, so just come on down and learn from the one and only Bucktail Willy Shillingford. For those of you that don’t know, Bucktail has over 50 years of experience in fishing the…

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SFEC Surf Fishing Tournament

Join the fun this weekend!!! The tournament starts this Friday, May 10th at 12 Noon and ends on Saturday, May 11th at 4:00 pm.  You are allowed to fish anywhere off the beach from Corson’s Inlet all the way to Townsend’s Inlet. Please don’t keep sharks or rays! The cost is free to SFEC members,…

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2019 NJ Minimum Size and Possession Limits

Don’t get caught short! The regulations below are for Atlantic coastal waters only. Please refer to the NJ Division of Fish & Wildlife for the Delaware Bay and other coastal waters. Summer Flounder (Fluke): must be at least 18 inches. Daily limit of 3 (May 24 – Sep 21) Blue Crabs: Hard – 4 1/2 inches,…

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Fishing Report 6/24/13

This week’s fishing report – kingfish and spot are hot in the surf. Check our bait specials before you head out! You can also find our fishing reports on the Frank’s Boat Rentalss site, and we are contributing to the Cape May County Herald Fishing Line. Glad to be able to communicate with all the…

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