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Old 05-09-2011, 03:41 PM
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Anyone else on here fish around Watch Hill and Fishers Island? I fish up there a fair bit for the usual suspects and would love to meet up with others who do the same. We have a 23 Parker CC named "Fentosaurus" that is just awesome for those waters.
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I would have been at Napatree today if I wasn't nursing a sore back.
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Sorry to hear about your back. Nappatree can be awesome, but I love the mobility of a boat
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Late reply Capt Ken but, I've fished there over the past ~20 years pretty steadily. There's usually a hungry striper to be fooled with a fly...
How often are you getting down there? What ramp are you using?
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I come out of Quonny pond
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When I kayak in that area, I often put in at Barn Island.
The launch was rebuilt just a couple of years ago and is in fine condition
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