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Spring Run Has Been A Good One

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There is a rip off Montauk commonly known as Pollock Rip because once upon a time pollock were caught there regularly. It's rare nowadays to find them in Block Island Sound but the crew of the Double D charter boat happened upon one recently.

There is a rip off Montauk commonly known as Pollock Rip because once upon a time pollock were caught there regularly. It's rare nowadays to find them in Block Island Sound but the crew of the Double D charter boat happened upon one recently.

Dean Hagerman with a nice striped bass caught in the Peconics recently. The bays and ocean have both been stacked with striped bass plenty early this spring.

Dean Hagerman with a nice striped bass caught in the Peconics recently. The bays and ocean have both been stacked with striped bass plenty early this spring.

Mike and Michael Dean and one of the gorilla bluefish that have been roaming the bays and ocean shorelines recently.

Mike and Michael Dean and one of the gorilla bluefish that have been roaming the bays and ocean shorelines recently.

Steve Sullivan with a a Peconic Bay taco trifecta caught aboard the Shinnecock Star last week.

Steve Sullivan with a a Peconic Bay taco trifecta caught aboard the Shinnecock Star last week.

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  • Publication: East Hampton Press
  • Published on: Jun 2, 2022
  • Columnist: Michael Wright
This has sort of quietly turned into a pretty gangbusters spring for fishermen. Surf fishermen have had a solid year in the bays with nice-sized striped bass in Shinnecock, Moriches... more

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