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Fluke Fishing Finally Finds Its Stride

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Julian Jain with a beautifully camouflaged fluke caught in Shinnecock Bay last week while fishing with Capt. Brad Ries aboard Someday Came Charters.

Julian Jain with a beautifully camouflaged fluke caught in Shinnecock Bay last week while fishing with Capt. Brad Ries aboard Someday Came Charters.

Fluke fishing in Shinnecock Bay has been very good at times.

Fluke fishing in Shinnecock Bay has been very good at times.

The crew from Agawam Hose Company No. 1 of the Southampton Fire Department held their annual Rick Fowler memorial fishing trip last week aboard the Hampton Lady.

The crew from Agawam Hose Company No. 1 of the Southampton Fire Department held their annual Rick Fowler memorial fishing trip last week aboard the Hampton Lady.

Mark Sedotti with a nice mahi caught on fly of Montauk.

Mark Sedotti with a nice mahi caught on fly of Montauk.

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In the Field

  • Publication: East Hampton Press
  • Published on: Aug 9, 2022
  • Columnist: Michael Wright
Fluke fishing finally seems to have found its legs in the waters off Montauk and Shinnecock. Montauk fired up first about three weeks ago but really hit its stride just... more

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