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Harbor Tackle’s Fishing Report, April 2, 2007 - We have plenty of fresh bunker.

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Fishing has picked up a tiny bit. Pat Connelly of Ocean Pines took a 17 ½ inch flounder standing on the rocks at the Inlet Saturday morning. He was just playing around with some grubs and caught Harbor Tackle’s first reported flounder. <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" /><st1:place w:st="on">Indian River</st1:place> is producing some flounder. Had a customer said that he fished <st1:place w:st="on">Indian River</st1:place> Sunday morning and got 5 flounder sized 17 inches to 24 inches. His boat had 3 keepers. The water temperature was 47 degrees to 49 degrees. On Friday, Doug West caught a 29 ¾ striper at Assateague on fresh bunker. Saturday, J C “Koss” Kostyak hooked up with a 30 inch black drum using clams at AI. And on Sunday, Jay McGee caught his first striper. It was 29 inches and the bait of choice was fresh bunker.

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Harbor Tackle has fresh bunker, live chowder clams, live eels, live minnows, and live black saltys.

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A black drum in march from AI... Who would have thought?

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I normally stop using clams at the end of March and start back up in May for blacks. Not anymore. Maybe a fluke, but Iam going to throw clams all spring long along with bunker. Those blackies are some great fighters and are a blast to catch.

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