There seems to be an old-fashioned bluefish blitz going on in NY/NJ Bight, with limit catches of bigger yelloweyes becoming common.

The Golden Eagle from Belmar reported very good Saturday night action, but Sunday was even better as the blues were all “gaffers” in the 8-12-pound class. Super fishing for smaller blues continued today with limits for all plus sea bass that had to be released. Jigs were best, but bait is also working well. That boat has a special trip set for Thursday when the focus will be on the little tunny and bonito which haven’t been abundant among the blues so far.

A small craft advisory expires this evening. Tuesday’s forecast is for west winds at 10-15 knots with gusts to 20.

With Hurricane Ian bearing down on southwest Florida, I don’t know how long the internet will last in Ft. Myers over the next few days.

Capt. Dave Riback of the Queen Mary from Point Pleasant took advantage of a blowout day to drive down to Minnescott Beach, North Carolina to join a friend in catching husky red drum.

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