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CharlieA

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Fished sunset yesterday and caught a few holdovers, 18-22" on 6" white sluggo. I caught 6 in about 1 hour, guy next to me got about the same, three others landed one each. They were active (not simply stacked up), but their hits were super light.

Could be the toughest part of early fishing. You go from monters hits in November to little taps in March. I probably missed twice the number I landed.

No herring around yet.

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Glad to hear they're on the way!!!!!!!!! :P

I'll keep my eye on your reports from the south!

Thanks

Charlie

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Norwich, CT. These are holdovers who have started to move. Won't be long now folks as the herring are starting to show.

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