13 July 2014

• Charles Walsh’s Fishing Column – 12 July 2014


“For more than a month, hundreds of small pods of menhaden have been flipping and flopping in and around the harbors and river mouths all along the Southern Connecticut shoreline, raising the hopes and blood pressure of the fish-hungry anglers who spot them.

"But repeated casts toward the bunker pods rarely brought a hit or even a decent boil from the large predator fish that conventional reasoning said had to be under the pods. It was a frustrating situation…

”To the great cheer of the action-deprived anglers, the past week or so saw a few chopper-sized bluefish start to show up under the pods….”

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