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Beat the Drum

The Charter Fleet at South Jersey Marina continued to “beat the Drum” this week. Many trips were made by several boats and a few of the highlights are noted below: On Wednesday, Capt. John Sowerby went out with a group on the Hooked Up II and got into them very well. The largest of the… Read more »

Water temperatures are warming up

The water temperature in the Bay has finally started to warm up. We have reports of 62 degree water. The Drum fishing has really turned on and the following were two noteworthy reports I received: Joe Pritchard on the “Big Game” went out on Wednesday last week and brought 8 Drum to the boat. They… Read more »

Black Drum Fish have arrived

The Black Drum fish have arrived !! Capt. Joe Pritchard on the Big Game took the Fred Manzella group out in the Delaware Bay for a 6-hour charter trip. At the end of the day, he had 4 nice fish for the customers to take home. Interested in getting in on the action?

Striper, Drum Seasons Underway

The Charter Fleet at South Jersey Marina is all de-winterized, fired up and ready to go. The Striper and Drum seasons are underway and the trips this week have produced good results. On Thursday April 9th., Big Game brought in 2 Keeper Stripers. The next day, Common Sense and Big Game went out again. This… Read more »

2008: The Year in Review

Cape May looked as anxious for change in 2008 as the rest of the country. Changes in the city’s political landscape came early in May when incumbent Mayor Jerome Inderwies lost a bid to extend his six years as mayor to Dr. Ed Mahaney, who previously served both as a council member and as mayor from July 1995 to July 1996. Terri… Read more »

The First Lady of Stained Glass

Text by Karen Fox. Photographs by Dottie Rogers. The original article, Jewels of Cape May, first appeared in Cape May Magazine, Winter 2007. There’s a special glow this holiday season at Cape May’s First Presbyterian Church. The congregation is celebrating the restoration of the church’s 110-year-old stained glass windows. Thirty five windows, including massive 17-by-17 foot Gothic arches,… Read more »

Cape May on Paper

When you think Cape May what comes to mind? Diamonds? Victorian Sand Ladies? Piping Plovers? America’s original seaside resort has been dazzling new and veteran visitors alike with her charm, beauty and history; many to the point of bringing pen to paper. This collection of inspired authors brings different views—some fantasy, some spooky, and some… Read more »