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NH Dad

Sunday Morning

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Fished the southern end of the island Sunday morning - Sandy Point, incoming from 6 - 8am. There was a little bird/fish activity going on from time to time - not much but it was something. Caught one tiny striper, no other hits - threw sluggos to start, switched to surface plugs - best part of the morning was watching a Bald Eagle chasing gulls for a meal. Wasn't after the gulls, he was after the fish they had caught.

Did see a terns diving out beyond casting distance - between the rocks and cranes beach. Thought the tide might bring them but it didn't happen.

On another note - fished out front of surfland waiting for the gate to open (5:36am). They are laying down sand out in front of the old north church - would be nice to see the sand bar access appear this spring, keep your fingers crossed.

Could be it for me this season, don't have the time to be in the right spot at the right time as it often goes this late in the season. As for next season - have my sights on the 10 1/2", 3/4 - 4 oz Mojo Rod for next spring.

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