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Date posted July 12, 2010 10:37 PM
Posted by emuehlbauer
Report location New York > North Fork > Cutchogue
Fishing method Surf
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Not much to report in terms of catching fish, as the action is really slow now...probably due to the heat, but yesterday at dawn there were loads of 1.5-2" long fluke along the shoreline at low tide. Must be a good year class. They are fluke, not baby sundials or the small Bothus flounders. Didn't see them today, but the tide was a bit higher...hope the snappers didn't eat them all. Meanwhile, its shaping up to be a great crab year. Past 2 days I scooped up lots of crabs in the last hour of incoming...only 1 keeper today, 3 keepers yesterday, but all these short crabs will grow up soon.

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Joined: 07/01/2008
Posts: 1661
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 07/12/2010 11:36 PM  

Really!! I specialize in those.

I love to get a 1.5" to break my prior record of 2.5". Just give me the exact spot PLEASE!

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