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SEAROBIN

Madison - Guilford Report?

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Yes. Took my kids our for snappers last weekend and had a blast. Easiest spot to catch them is the Old Saybrook Causeway (RT 154). Most are in the current under the bridges, but they are also all along the walls. They are also all over Guilford (Chaffinch Island & Trolley Rd) and Madison at the spots you mentioned.

Snapper popper worked for my kids quite easily. Other were using the tiny Kastmasters or minnows.

They have been in the 6-9" range.

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Parked at West Wharf for a few minutes Sat night before the big storms and snappers were everywhere. Two guys just reached their limit and were leaving from the old dock, and they either didn't see or didn't care about the major school off the rocks out front.

If you like snappers, now is the time.

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Charlie, Maybe a nice 'tog at the end in the rocks, like once upon a time. On a cut sand eel no less. Those were the days. Black ducks must be moving around a bit?

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