Today At The Marina:
This morning the rain is falling down on us, and we will see continued periods of rain through the early afternoon before tapering off. This morning will be the warmest with the temperature in the 50’s before dropping into the 40’s this afternoon. Winds will be Northwest between 15 and 25 MPH. Tonight we will see clear skies, breezy, and a little on the chilly side with lows in the mid to upper 30’s/ Winds will be out of the Northwest between 10 and 20 MPH.
We are currently under a gale warning for offshore fishing grounds. winds will be between 10 and 15 KT before building to 25 to 35 KT remaining out of the North. Seas will be between 5 and 7 before building to 6 to 9 feet. There will be scattered showers this morning followed by widespread rain.
Offshore fishing is still producing a great deep drop bite. We have seen some really nice hauls of: Black Sea Bass, Black Bellied Rose Fish, Tile Fish, and Barrel Fish. None of the boats have been fishing on the troll here recently, so stay tuned for whats biting.
We are under a small craft advisory until Monday afternoon. With winds out of the Northwest between 15 and 20 KT, before slightly picking up and heading out of the North, causing seas to build to between 5 and 7 feet. We will see rain though the morning until late afternoon, with another chance of rain later this evening.
Inshore fishing remains to be slow with only a few lingering Bluefish still wanting to bite. We are anxiously waiting the arrival of Rockfish. The question still remains will they be here or not?!?!
Inside of Rudee Inlet remains to be Speckled Trout. We have received reports of lots of action, but most have been throwbacks, although there has been several nice keepers in the mix. The Speckled Trout seem to be biting best on Chartreuse or White Gulps on a light jig head.