Temperatures have dropped and it's cold out on the jetties this morning. Winds are blowing out of the East at 18 mph which is making it feel much colder.
Yesterday the bite was slow. The morning incoming tide brought a few Black Drum bites to north jetty anglers but nothing in big numbers like we saw on Saturday. There were 8 or 9 good sized Drum that came over the rails yesterday. A Red that was over by 1" was returned to the water early morning. Undersized Pompano and Stingrays continue to plague the inlet fishermen.
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