Anglers on the water early Sunday dodged some stronger winds and showers that set in later in the day.
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It appears anglers are in store for a great weekend of fishing, as light winds and more stable weather are coming our way. This trend is forecast to continue well into next week, and it is music to the ears of offshore anglers.
Fishing overall was on the slow side Thursday, with strong southerly winds early. Then as the velocities dropped, threatening weather in the form of thunderstorms appeared.
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The Memorial Day weekend was disappointing overall for anglers. Breezy conditions were the big culprits. However, there were lingering thunderstorms around, as well.
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A wonderful Memorial Day weekend is at hand, and the first part certainly looks favorable for fishing. For smaller boats, the offshore waters likely will be too choppy for comfort and safety, as seas are forecast to run in the 3- to 6-foot range.
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