Cooler temps has started to heat up and stoke the flames of our awaited fall migration! The Northern reaches of our coast has encountered the first wave of the fall migration while locally stripers, blues, tog, albies , bonito and even a few leftover Spaniards are roaming about.
The backback, inlet and surrounding waters are all producing a mix of the above, with the bays waters cooling down and the bay’s stock pile of abundant forage starting to exit the back bays providing a solid meal plan to welcome newly arrive guest this fall should be another one for the books! [ fingers crossed]
The extended weather temp trend continues downward and into it’s season spiral which should only ignite this powder keg!
I have this Saturday October 27th afternoon for a 3-4 hour [ departure and return approx noon to sunset] .
Wishing everyone fair winds and calm seas,
Captain Steve Purul
Reel Fantasea Fishing Charters