Colder temperatures haven’t cooled off red-hot fishing, yet

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Fishing columnist Derek Treffinger is a fan of fall fishing

 The weeks prior to Thanksgiving typically bring great fishing, fewer guests to our beaches and simply a slower pace of living for those who endured the busy summer season. It is a time to unwind and cherish what our coast has to offer. Whether that’s surf fishing for redfish from the beach or running some 60 miles offshore to chase wahoo and blackfin tuna, there are plentiful opportunities. It’s a delicacy to climb in your boat knowing that no matter where you go fishing today, you will catch something.

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