Though small craft warnings are up through Friday night, the west direction shouldn’t bother boaters seeking blackfish or surfcasters trying for school stripers that seem as if they don’t want to leave the Jersey Shore.

Southwest winds of 15-20 knots plus gusts to 25 are forecast for the morning.

The Garden State Outdoor Sports Show got started today at the N.J. Convention & Expo Center in Edison, and runs through Sunday. Friday’s hours are from 1-8 p.m. You can save $3 by buying tickets in advance at http://www.gsoss.com.

Stop by the Hudson River Fisherman’s Association booth (722) to take a chance on Chris Lett’s personal canoe which he’s donated to raise funds for the HRFA.

It may be too late now, but the Canyon Runner is observing Law Enforcement Appreciation Day by providing 10 free tickets to their Feb. 1 seminar in Atlantic City to first responders. Visit canyonrunner.com if you are eligible.

 

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  1. Al Before this last blow I have had really good pompano catches around Sebastian Inlet. Lots of spotted Seatrout also. looks like this Sunday the wind subsides and we get back to a normal flow. Still catching a few Gulf flounder and blue fish inside the Inlet. Big redfish have been off the end of the north jetty but it’s all out warfare between the people on the end of the pier throwing lead at you and fellow boaters with no etiquette. Love your blog Al! Capt Charlie Fornabio

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