The N.J. Marine Fisheries Council is meeting at 5 p.m. to set 2021 regulations for summer flounder and cobia.

The only issue on fluke, as noted in recent blogs, involves the season — with South Jersey wanting to open as early as possible while northern anglers prefer to hold off in order to get in some late summer fishing that also provides a slightly greater number of fishing days. I’ll have the results tomorrow.

Small craft warnings are up through Friday afternoon. Unfortunately. the weekend forecast has changed and the northwest wind will not drop down until Saturday night — though Sunday and Monday still look good. The morning forecast is for northwest at 20-25 knots with gusts to 30.

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  1. Stopped in at some of the hot spots along Raritan Bay back beaches. It was very windy today making it difficult for them to see the hits if they were getting it he spoke to a couple of people they haven’t seen much other than some small fish. Water is still a bit cold but with the wind it will begin to warm it up with the friction of the wind over the water. Better days are coming

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