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#1789948 - 06/28/20 06:59 PM Re: Stripers in Old Saybrook [Re: Tall 1]
Jarhead Offline

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Registered: 05/01/07
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Loc: Southwestern CT
first light fishing is the best fishing.

Lee

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#1789952 - 06/28/20 08:23 PM Re: Stripers in Old Saybrook [Re: Tall 1]
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Registered: 01/19/02
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Loc: Wallingford/Florida
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#1789955 - 06/28/20 09:41 PM Re: Stripers in Old Saybrook [Re: Paul D.]
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Originally Posted By: Paul D.
Very nice Jon! Brings back memories Didn't hear how E and Scott did the day before yet.
Miss seeing you guys out there regularly, but still on a river "break", I'll be back if the crowds wain a bit more. Hard to explain, but it just ain't the same anymore. Guess I got spoiled years ago. Got a few new buds up in your neck of the woods and we live life to the fullest Thursday evening till Sun am, gonna put on a few pounds for sure. The food is over the top and then some! Please stop by for a visit or move in for a long weekend.


They didn't do well but were in the wrong section of river.
We had to twist E's arm to try again and it was lock and load.
I miss seeing you too Buddy. Stay happy!
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#1789976 - 06/29/20 10:05 AM Re: Stripers in Old Saybrook [Re: Tall 1]
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Registered: 08/04/03
Posts: 2436
nice congrats bending rods is always nice

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#1789986 - 06/29/20 01:00 PM Re: Stripers in Old Saybrook [Re: Tall 1]
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#1790084 - 06/30/20 06:41 AM Re: Stripers in Old Saybrook [Re: Mitch P.]
PDona Offline

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Registered: 07/31/02
Posts: 14966
Loc: Southern Ct
Not stealing your thunder for sure. That report made me try it Sunday am. My girlfriend and I launched out of Great island about 5:40 am,
Lighting and feeling was strong to catch fish !
You may have seen this picture on E WEATHER. smile1 The one there, she took with her Cell phone smile1



This I took to the north.


We tried Lower river, west side, east side, middle, plugged around the spindle and jetty, and only a couple half assed swirrels. 13 miles worth! Tons of bunker in one area, saw a gil netter load up. I think shoulda headed north frown
Next time! She's having fun, and pretty darn good at casting for only fishing a couple of times.

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#1790088 - 06/30/20 07:28 AM Re: Stripers in Old Saybrook [Re: Tall 1]
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Registered: 04/28/02
Posts: 2542
Loc: CT
Nice fish. Hit or miss days like usual.

Sandy

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#1790287 - 07/02/20 10:58 PM Re: Stripers in Old Saybrook [Re: Tall 1]
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Registered: 03/30/08
Posts: 88
That's a great day fishing!

20 ft. Caravelle C.C., Homeport West Haven, previousey Milford.
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#1790376 - 07/04/20 06:25 AM Re: Stripers in Old Saybrook [Re: Tall 1]
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Registered: 07/15/14
Posts: 655
Loc: Wallingford, CT
Way to get em. Catching a few nice fish makes getting up at 3am and dealing with the boat ramp nonsense worth it.

Work to live.
Live to fish.
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