Posted on September 21, 2020 West winds coming There arenâ€™t many fishing reports being posted during the current northeaster, but better days may be coming with a shift to the west.. The marine forecast for Tuesday is north winds at 10-15 knots with gusts to 20. Seas are running up to 9 feet, but thereâ€™s a shift to the west at night. By Wednesday morning it should be west at 10-15 with gusts to 20 knots. Though small craft warnings are extended to Thursday afternoon, the seas drop to 4-6 feet by that afternoon. If you are tired of northeast winds, donâ€™t expect any sympathy from ex-NJ skipper Sal Cursi who reports itâ€™s been howling from that direction for days along Floridaâ€™s east coast â€” along with rain. The Queen Mary from Pt. Pleasant wonâ€™t be sailing Tuesday due to high seas. but they expect to get back to jigging blues on Wednesday. Point Pleasant Canal was nice and calm this morning, but not very fishy. I only had one hit on a Z Man paddletail, and released a 22-ihch bluefish. Nothing else was caught while I was there.