Good morning, windy weather conditions kept boats from venturing offshore yesterday. From the forecast for the rest of this week, it looks like there is going to be a small craft advisory through the weekend.
Inshore, our inlet and the beaches have been invaded by bluefish feasting on finger mullet. The little rascals are a nuisance to some anglers while other anglers find them fun to catch and consider them good table fare. Bluefish seem to be a cyclical fish occurring in big numbers one year and not as numerous for a few years. Spoons as well as live bait work well for the angry little guys and were in the frenzy mode last night at the inlet and beach on the north jetty. Snook became active on the south jetty yesterday afternoon on the top of the high tide, taking live mullet and shrimp.
The 4TH Annual White’s Tackle Inshore Classic Tournament will be held this year on Saturday October 22ND. Drop by the shop and pick up a Tournament brochure and check out some of our new clothing lines including Patagonia, Rivers West, Pelagic, Howler Bros. and Simms.
Have a great day, Donald.