We are into fall, with October a few days away, and the water temps are still in the mid-70s. We seem to have some diverse fishing as a result. Summer flounder season ended Saturday with some decent keepers biting right to the end.
Spanish mackerel were caught from the rocks in Atlantic City, plus there was a report about pompano, which hints of the Southern fishery combining with tons of small bluefish and some keeper striped bass, plus kingfish, tautog and weakfish that are more traditional for this time of year here.
To read the entire article, please click https://www.pressofatlanticcity.com/sports/local/fishing_boating/warm-water-producing-nice-variety-of-fall-fishing/article_8e706f40-05a4-5e88-9541-39ffbc9d5c51.html