Black sea bass season opened Oct. 8 with awesome catches that continued into the weekend.
Sounds as though fishing might be recovering nicely from a brief interruption.
Sometimes an opening day lives up to the hype.
The thick schools of small bluefish are a phenomena, and they are either a boon to area fishing or a nuisance.
Great weather over the weekend brought out summer-like crowds on the beaches and a surprisingly large fleet of boats drifting for fish in the inlet.
Summer flounder season is over, and black sea bass season opens Oct. 8.
We are into fall, with October a few days away, and the water temps are still in the mid-70s.
Summer giving way to fall is a happening that gets the local fishers and knowledgeable visitors into what many believe to be the best season of the year for fishing off, in and around South Jersey.
A couple of super weather days combined to gift us with rare nice weekend, and that got fishers motivated.