Fishing is always a matter of luck and timing, but early October really puts that in sharp focus. Folks are having fun and catching fish, but the bite can come and go quickly.
On the piers, anglers are waiting on fish both big and small. Schools of spot and snapper bluefish, as well as mullet and pogies (menhaden), are running down the coast and into the inlets, rivers and cuts causing fish like big chopper blues, Spanish mackerel and king mackerel to come within striking distance.
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