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    NBS Member Lynch68's Avatar
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    Thumbs down 3 day skunk

    Fished the local spots and ended up with elskunko. Couldn't even find any Bunker...ehhhm...Chuck....couch ...cough...where I always score at least enough to make a night of it. I'll blame it on the storm churning everything up. Since all I caught was leaves and sea weed.
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    I looked yesterday from Clinton to Branford for bunker. Not a splash.I'm gonna try this morning from Neck rd launch.See how bad the bumps are out there .Out going tide may wash a few out if they were way up

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    Lynch Was That You On Branford Pont Tuesday? I Found Bunker In The Gill Net....theyre Still Around. Just Deep

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    Nope not me....I've been staying away from the point. hang'n more up river. Did you find my spot?? Glad to here you get some bunker 'cause I can't find any now.

    Make that 0-4 now. Just call me Pepe Le Phew. Four days in a row and nada.
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    Thames stripers

    Got this e mail from a friend in conn,thought i'd pass it on

    Launched under the Gold Star Bridge in NL this AM, ventured down to area off Osprey Beach, then west to Waterford and Harkness Beaches. FAC, birds
    working over school fish in many spots, trolling and flicking the flies,
    constant action on the dropping tide. First of the flood west side of
    the
    river entrance found clouds of birds over school fish chasing p-nut
    bunker
    from 3 to 5" in length, jigs, frames, flies all worked. Surface temps
    ranged
    from 49F - 52F, water clarity fair, ended the day with 104 stripers T/R
    for the ALS.
    Just a hunch, but the best is yet to come.....

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