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Posted on September 20, 2021 Surf picks up in calmer seas Fall fishing seems to be starting, or at least that was what Vinny D’Anton found at Monmouth County beaches this morning as he relesded five shorts on his Chug Bug and added some mall blues. He didn’t didn’t see any mullet, though that forage fish is what usually attracts bass at this time of year. Miss Belmar Princess reported slow bluefishing today with only the better anglers managing limits. However, there were lots of chub mackerel. Some out of season sea bass and fluke were released. Tomorrow’s forecast is for east winds at just 10 knots. Chuck Many continues to have a ball catching school redfish a short walk from his new townhouse in Hilton Head. S.C.

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