It was breezy at the inlet this morning and there is a moderate chop on the water. Winds are blowing out of the East at 20 mph.
The Mackerel bite was short lived yesterday. Small schools of Pompano were running by the tip of the jetty but they were all short, in the 8" - 9" range, an anglers reported she must have landed 20 but they all had to go back. The morning was unproductive for her as she went home with one Whiting. She saw three Jacks come over the rails as well.
The story was a little different for a few anglers they pulled an all nighter Wednesday night through Thursday morning and during their first two hours on the north jetty pulled in some enormous Reds which were all released unharmed after photos. After two hours of fighting those big Reds, the rest of the night produced only Catfish. At sunrise, the Blues started hitting and they brought in 30 between them, all good sized.