A thunderhead hanging over the Raritan Bay.When: Friday, October 14th, from 5:45pm to 6:15pm
Where: The Raritan Bay
Weather: Mostly cloudy, 61 degrees, SW wind to 10mph
Barometric Pressure: 29.45 and rising
Moon: Waning, a few days after full
Water Conditions: Tide looked low, water looked clean
So I'm a little backed-up on the blogs. Normally I try to write my blog for the day around 10pm in the evening. Obviously, that doesn't always work out and sometimes I have to write it early in the AM or at the latest around lunch the following day. This is the first time, however, that it's taken me two and hence, I still have another to write from yesterday, I have to go fishing today and hopefully write that blog before I go to sleep tonight as well.
So nothing very exciting happened on Friday. It was a typical day at work. When it was over, I wasn't too far from the bay and decided to take a look. I tossed a Bomber Long-A in the hopes of passing in front of a migrant bluefish or striper, but that didn't pan out.
I did get a cool pic of some storms rolling-in and later drove through what was some of the most torrential rain I've driven through in my life.
If there was more to tell I'd tell it, but the fact is that I have a lot of other things to do right now.
Stay tuned and later on today I'll post about the maiden voyage of John's new vessel.