Went to PLO State Park Tuesday, September 2nd, with two friends to do some fishing. As we came around the corner to the causeway, the water was boiling with fish. They were within 200 to 400 ft from shore and birds were swirling like a scene from a Hitchcock movie above the fish. Approximately 2 acres of boiling water. Stopped the truck, jumped out, threw everything out of the back, grabbed rods and lures and got to casting. It was bluefish on the top with rockfish underneath. Got hook ups with every cast. We were throwing fish onto the road as we got them off of the hook and casted out again. This lasted about 45 minutes. Went up onto the pier and could see another blitz to the south on the bay side about 500 ft from the shore. Went down there later on and hit another blitz that was closer in. This was rockfish which we caught on plastics. We limited out on rockfish and were headed home by about 8:30.We used everything from a 13ft rod to toss Stingsilvers 350- 400ft to 8ft rod to toss lures 15ft.It was a good evening.