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Recently in the inlet, fishermen have been catching several short rockfish, some keepers but not many keepers.

If you’re lucky enough to still have spot, they are working very well throughout the inlet.

Trolling for rockfish in the inlet:

*Stretch 25


*Bucktail with worm

Cast & Jig

*Bucktails with worm

*Spro Bucktails

Tautog fishing has been fairly slow in the inlet. Fishermen have been using Asian black crab, green crab and sand fleas (if available) to catch Tautog.

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Great info. I hear eels are pretty abundant in the inlets on outgoing tide?

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We have a supply of eels,(don't know for how much longer) but most guys have been trolling with the stretch 25's, umbrella rigs, with chartreuse or pearl white sassy shad and silver "Chesapeake Lure" trolling spoons. In the inlet they have been casting buck tails, flies and Tsunami lures.

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