Without a doubt we are now in a fall weather pattern, and those sunny days will become less and less frequent. Some are taking advantage of these remaining warm days and catching the last of the Chesapeake Bay’s summer bounty of blue crab.
The persistent north winds will continue to mix Bay waters from Wednesday through Friday. Surface water temperatures continue to drop and fish have lots of cooler, more oxygenated waters to roam. Rivers will cool faster than the Bay, so fish will move out of the rivers as they follow baitfish.
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