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Southeast CT shore report
Posted 30 June 2004 - 08:21 AM
As the afternoon turned into evening, the terns were working hard at the end of an outflow. The shadows lengthened and I switched to a black flatwing that got immediate attention. I missed an embarrasing number of fish, managing to only land about one of every three that hit. But now I know that they're into their summer mode, and will be available for graveyard shift efforts on the weekends.
It was a beautiful night to get out and catch some fish.