Mostly sunny skies through much of the region on Friday, but according to the National Hurricane Center, whatever’s left of Tropical Storm Hermine could put a damper on most of the Labor Day weekend festivities in our forecast area by Saturday and Sunday. Hopefully what’s left of Hermine is offshore by Monday, though offshore conditions are dismal with a heavy heave expected for several days. If you can find the window of opportunity this weekend, collect the kids, grab the light tackle outfits and try a little bobber fishing at the docks and bulkheads as snapper blues provide a good bit of family fishing. There are kingfish and a few surprises along the beaches, while many striper addicts have been watching their youngsters have a blast with chumpot blowfish action while also collecting a few spot for the livewells in advance of the fall run. We’re featuring the kids in this week’s video forecast for the New Jersey and Delaware Bay edition of The Fisherman, so be sure to check out the full report to learn how getting them started early can lead to a new fishing partner “forever.” Could be a wet one this Labor Day holiday, be safe and have a wonderful weekend with the family!