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Posted By Greg Metcalf, September 25, 2017
Pollock season opened up on a high note in the GOM. (Photo courtesy of the Yankee Fleet)
September is the height of the hurricane season and northeast anglers felt the effects of Jose this past week. High winds, big seas and tons of seaweed really put a damper on the fishing pressure. Boating was just about impossible and the beaches were rough and covered with weeds. Experience tells us however that the week following a tropical depression usually is a good week of fishing as the seas settle down and the water clarity improves. There is still plenty of good fishing in September.
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