And there goes October in what seemed to be a “blink of the eye”. Always liked that phrase “blink of an eye”. Another oldie I like is “time flies”, and I think most of us, especially the older (experienced?) ones among us are familiar with them. So that said, here comes November. We like fishing in November . Frontal systems increase in number and we see the northerly winds that simply seem to light up the ocean and those fronts can light up the fishing as well. We will be focusing more so on water depths less than 500 feet which lies essentially within two miles of the shoreline, with lots of efforts focused inshore of that. Seems a bit peculiar to term this “deep sea fishing” here in the Ft. Lauderdale / Pompano Beach area when you are only offshore about two miles to attain 500 foot deep water. If you are into longer boat rides Daytona Beach offers that 500 foot water depth @ approximately 50 miles offshore. We had some fine fish throughout October but we also struggled on some days. We look forward to our fishing charters in Ft. Lauderdale and the Pompano Beach areas in November. A slight transition in weather patterns and increased opportunities to pursue the fish we love. We are so fortunate here in southeast Florida fishing every day as we were unscathed by Hurricane Ian that so devastated southwest Florida. Please enjoy the photos of some of the anglers who have joined us here aboard Marlin My Darlin.