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scoobe

Point Judith

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I have been doing some research on the Point Judith area... East Wall, Camp Cronin, Fall Hole, etc.

Anyone fish there and can offer me some pointers? How bad/dangerous is working the Wall? Anyone ever walk all the way down it to fish the opening between it and the center wall? Does Camp Cronin refer to the ocean side or the harbor side?

While I am mentioning the area... how has the West Wall area been? Any reports or tips to fishing it or the small jetty opposite it guarding the breachway?

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The point has been great during the higher day tides. Get some korkers and you'll be fine at all those places you listed as long as you take it slow and go when it's light out. I only fished there a few times, but my luck has always come on the rock pile out in front of the coast guard station by the light, and off the wall. Bring your big tins and jigs along with your plugs. Good luck.

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