During the 70s , Delaware Bay was famous for it's June Sea Trout run. Fishermen dropped what they were doing to trailer their boats and come from far away places to fish for the big schools of Trout that entered the Delaware Bay during June. Here's a vintage 71-72 photo of some of the Sea Trout that everyone came to fish for. Three of us, myself on the right with two fishing Buddies, caught 28 from 3-6 lbs. that day in June. 9-12 pound Trout were caught every day . We would trailer my 17 ft. trihull to Delaware to fish for them every year during the 70s. We would drift in 50-70 feet of water with one ounce or more bucktails with a piece of squid or peeler crab trailer in the lower Delaware Bay to depths we saw the schools of Trout on the DF screen in places like Brandy Wine Light. The Head boats would be packed and jammed with fishermen with big coolers and high hopes. That is my fishing report from back then , 40 something years ago. Here's what it looks like today by Eric Burnley. http://www.dnrec.delaware.gov/fw/Fis...ingReport.aspx The last time I saw Eric Burnley we fished together out of Virginia Beach at the South tower off North Carolina in his new 92 Grady White where we ran to from Virginia Beach. 55 miles from Rudee Inlet . for Amberjack in July. We caught them until we were worn out.