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Saw a couple dozen at Stoney Brook Run (Brewster) today. Nothing in Eastham run, although the tide wasn't the best.

 

-bd

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Saw a couple dozen at Stoney Brook Run (Brewster) today. Nothing in Eastham run, although the tide wasn't the best.

 

-bd

 

Cole

 

 

 

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COLE RD.......They are there.The o dark thirty tides brings them up and in the pond.They don't linger in the run for very long.A friend of mine lives at the run and has had them actually zipping through for a little while now.Beware!!!! there are "eyes" at that run.

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Harwich run was lookin good today. The tide was on the low side but had fish in all the pools on the ladder and 100+ at the bottom waiting for the tide. Looks better than years past to my eyes. No gulls waiting but a few in the air.

Going back to search for lively holdovers.:D Just cant wait any longer. What a Day!!;)

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