September Crabbing

What a gorgeous month September can be at the shore. The ocean water is the warmest of the season, beaches are less crowded, and crabs are fattening up before burrowing into the mud for the winter. Doing some crabbing over Labor Day weekend with my family, although we only caught a few because the current was fierce, we returned with enough to enjoy for dinner. While we were out there we saw bait fish jumping out of the water, and minnows swam right next to our boat.

Some folks enjoy catching good shots of the marshes and meadows in pictures more than catching crabs, and I have to admit I’m one of them. The raw beauty of salt water wildlife can be enchanting. It’s peaceful and calm and you can leave your cares behind if only for a little while.

Here at HomeStead our friendly reservation agents can help you find the perfect home while you visit the Jersey Shore in the fall, or any time of year. Visit www.HomeSteadCapeMayRentals.com. If you’ve been contemplating owning a home at the shore, the knowledgeable agents at www.HomeSteadCapeMay.com can guide you through the process. HomeStead professionals are the Cape May Experts.

Pat Cornwell, Web/Graphic Arts Specialist

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