You will get plenty of mixed opinions on this. I personally think you should stick with what you've got there, 82g of fat is fine. When you're trying to lose body fat, you want to keep insulin quieter. Your current daily carb intake is at a good starting level.
I think what you have there is a perfect starting diet whilst at a higher bodyfat %. Keep that up for 3 months and you will see very noticeable changes to body composition.
In the future, you can experiment with keeping carbohydrates higher on days you do weight trainings essions (periworkout), and decreasing fat on these days, then on days you do your cardiovascular work / rest days, reducing the carbohydrates and increase the fats.
This is a simple form of carb cycling if you want to give it a label. Its less headache I find, then working out high, medium and low carb days.
Whatever works in the end. This should work. Final answer is no, in my opinion 82g of fat is not high. It is very good. It will keep you full for longer, make your food taste good and provide ample essential fatty acids provided you get those fats from good sources (fish oils and walnuts, advocados EVOO red palm oil and macadamia nut oil, coconut butter animal fats and regular butter).