Offshore tuna results continue at a high level. and inshore fishing for big stripers remains very good, but take advantage of Saturday’s fine weather before northeast winds arrive at night.

The forecast is for light southwest winds early, but the witch to northeast with some rain by Sunday morning should build along with showers in the afternoon.

The Fishermen from Atlantic Highlands reported another “awesome” day of striper action even though Capt. Ron Santee said they weren’t where he had stripers yesterday morning. Shads and spoons worked at first before the bass wanted live bunkers.

Vinny D’Anton has only been able t pick a small striper or two from the Monmouth County surf the last couple of days. He even had a big school of rainfish in the wash this morning, though there was nothing on them. A big fleet was on schools of bunkers further out.

Southwest Florida anglers may want to tune in ESPN Talk Radio at 6:30 a.m. as Capt. Debbie Hanson and Crazy Alberto Knie discuss fishing after the hurricane.

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