There’s only a chance of some light snow tomorrow, so fishermen should have no problem getting to the World Fishing & Outdoor Show at Rockland Community College Field House in Suffern, N.Y. — quite unlike the very first edition of that show which was buried in snow until Sunday. They haven’t had any such problem since then.
Friday’s hours are from 1-9 p.m., and parking is free. Visit Sportshows.com for details, including seminars and other attractions.
Boaters can head south to the Atlantic City Boat Show in Convention Hall which also continues through Sunday.
The Ocean Explorer from Belmar reported a nice day on the ocean though the bottom life in deep water wasn’t too active. There were some blackfish including 3 or 4 keepers plus a cod and a few ling. Tomorrow is the last day to fish for tog, and a lot of money is on the line in the seasonal pool. They plan to fish even deeper to try for that money tog.
The weather forecast isn’t as good as it was projected to be last night, The northeast wind is up to 10-15 knots with gusts to 20. Saturday is predicted to be northeast 15-20 knots with gusts to 30 and a chance of rain or snow.