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Cuts, Nets Are Windows to What Lurks Beneath

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Paul Rosko with one of the striped bass that came charging into the Bridgehampton surf last week.

Paul Rosko with one of the striped bass that came charging into the Bridgehampton surf last week.

Jay Glover of Westhampton caught this 11-pound blackfish while fishing aboard the Hampton Lady last weekend.  Capt. James Foley

Jay Glover of Westhampton caught this 11-pound blackfish while fishing aboard the Hampton Lady last weekend. Capt. James Foley

Noah Kent of Southampton caught this 33-inch, 22-pound striped bass off Smith Point last week.

Noah Kent of Southampton caught this 33-inch, 22-pound striped bass off Smith Point last week.

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In the Field

  • Publication: East Hampton Press
  • Published on: Nov 1, 2022
  • Columnist: Michael Wright
The opening of the cuts in Sagaponack and Water Mill can be a bit of maddening experience for surfcasters because, after the joy of the wonderful fishing that can explode... more

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