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Searching the RI Coastline Details
Name:Searching the RI Coastline
Created By:redneckangler
Details:Ran up to RI Sunday to see if I could find some big stripers. Started at dawn searching the shoreline from the east end of Misquamicut to Green Hill. Had the big binos scanning close to 100sq. miles of water. Nothing. Nada. Didn't see squat. Several other surf casters making rounds with the same story. Saw the same guys a few times, which means they weren't just holding out. Only went as far as Green Hill. Maybe there were some fish further east. Who knows. Stopped back in JBs in Niantic on the way home to pick a a reel, and discussed the RI coast. General consensus was this storm has resulted in herring bypassing the shore. With another nor'easter coming in, that may be it. I'd like to get a shot at some late season surf casting, but unless the herring start coming back in some decent numbers, it's not worth the drive and gas$$$$. Parts of the coast did get walloped. No access to Watch Hill or the ocean front in Westerly. Cleanup was moving right along though. Hope they catch a break with Wednesday.
Location:Westerly RI
Trip Date:11/4/2012
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# of Fish Caught:0
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Date Updated:11/05/12 09:37 PM
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