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    Blackfish report Clinton Ct. 9/27

    Got out with a few friends today for some Blackfishing.
    ? Tide: Fished most of the incoming tide.
    ? Water Temp: 67 f
    ? Bait: Asian Crabs
    ? Water Depth: 20' and less
    ? Wind: SE 5-15

    It was pretty slow with no big ones.
    We did manage to take eight fish home for some good eats.

    Was good to get out there.






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    NICE TRIP BOB N MAG.......JIM

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    Not bad! Came home with dinner anyway!!! 8)
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    Thanks!
    Hopefully it'll pick up some as the water gets colder.
    I think I'm just spoiled from last fall and this past spring season.

    Will definately keep at it though.
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    I agree we need the water to cool down. Bigger ones will be putting the feed bag on
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    Hope so.
    Lots of time left. Water dropped down to approx 67f and has pretty much just sat like that for a couple weeks now. Maybe this cold front and cooler temps will help.
    Deeper water spots I've gone to, seem to still be holding a ton of porgies that seem to love interferring with tog fishing. :lol:
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