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Old 03-30-2013, 10:09 PM
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Originally Posted by nickj View Post
It sounds like you need to drive a bit. I'm not surprised, given the population density you're dealing with. Are there any C&R streams on Long Island? Maybe you could try Connecticut- the Housatonic, or some of the famous upstate New York streams.
ps- If the fish are really zeroing in on worms try a San Juan worm.
What he said.

I'd start looking for new places to fish.
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