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April 19, 2017

With much anticipation, the full moon of April brings our angler out of hibernation.  Waiting all winter for this moon, he eagerly sets out in search of the season’s first striped bass.  With the big, bright moon slowly rising in the eastern horizon, the tide will star...

November 7, 2016

The thermometer in the truck read a balmy 28 degrees as the lone angler pulled into the marina.  Donning multiple layers of fleece, a gore tex duck hunting jacket, wool hat and gloves, he carefully made his way down the frosty dock to his lone boat sitting in the slip....

September 28, 2016

The warm summer nights are a distant memory as the lone angler adorns layers of fleece and neoprene, preparing for the chilly damp night ahead.  The cold sand on his bare feet remind him that the end is near and a sense of urgency quickens his pace to gear up as time a...

September 2, 2016

September is a month which anglers across the island either love or leave.  For some, it means back to school and the end of the boating season.  For others, it means the beginning of the fall run and a frenzied few months of lost sleep, cashed in sick and vacation day...

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