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    Posted: 29 October 2013 at 1:45pm
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Fished with a few good friends on Brynner Parks' boat Smoker. Should have been prime YFT but they remain MIA even with the recent cold snap. Maybe when we go back in Nov they'll be here. Caught 3 blackfins and 6 wahoos. The 2 largest were citation sized at 64 and 51 pounds. Good day on the water.

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Good report, thanks. How is the inlet now?
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From my last report up there DD, the inlet is still not good... Day to day decision
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DD, the dredge is working every day the weather allows. The problem is that it is a side-caster that can't really move the sand away, it just pushes it around. For the foreseeable future, every Nor'easter is going to cause problems. We ran out in dead dark but Brynner knows that inlet as well as anyone and when we were supposed to go in mid-October, he wouldn't even think of it. Rumor has it that they are in the process of arranging for a pipeline dredge which will pump out the sand and deposit it on the south side of the inlet. I'll believe it when I see it working. Going again in 10 days. Catch'em up.
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