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Any migratory fish yet?

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1 hour ago, pakalolo said:

ospreys showed up last week, alewives in small numbers, ocean is a COLD 40.

Alewives tend to show up on the South Fork first.  I monitor a couple of runs in western Suffolk County, and haven't seen any activity yet.  Also no ospreys, or cormorants working the base of a dam where one run stalls.  But I had 54 degree water in one river yesterday morning, and 53 in the other, so things should begin soon.

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6 hours ago, baldadonis2002 said:

Bait crowds seem to be hitting the Hudson hard... of course all little rats

 

 

Bunch of  hillbilly morons 

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Just now, DeepBlue85 said:

 

 

Bunch of  hillbilly morons 

Looked into your theory about the holdovers. I think you are correct with the statement you posted. I didn't know it worked like that. Thanks for sharing, pretty cool.

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Mistook your post...my humble mistake....lesson of the day, humility, something everyone in this sport seem to lack and apparently proper reading skills as well.

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Just now, DeepBlue85 said:

 

 

 

Your arrogance is shocking for the little kid you are.  Not sure why I bothered responding to your uneducated enquiry in the first place though I suppose like so much about youth today, a lost cause as the rest.

Lmao I thanked you for teaching me something and this is the response. Hahahah. You are the man !

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14 hours ago, pakalolo said:

ospreys showed up last week, alewives in small numbers, ocean is a COLD 40.

No ospreys yet in my bay.

Or at least I haven't seen any yet.

 

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19 hours ago, carznfish said:

Seen ospreys carrying twigs for about 2 weeks in connetquot theres nests right along sunrise 

Doesn't surprise me.  The park feeds them well.

 

Knew someone who got seriously into wildlife photography, who told me that the best place for osprey photos was up around the hatchery.

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