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Fishing was a little better today. We started off trying something new all the way on the western most end of the bay. It was absolutely terrific for one person, and horrible for the rest of the boat. John Hannah managed to throw 4 keepers in his bucket on the first drift. No one else on the boat had a bite. After telling Mr. Hannah not to be offended, we marched on to the middle of the Reach Channel. After a few no productive drifts there, we moved toward Sandy Hook. We did pick a few keepers, and shorts, but not enough for us to hang in there. At the change of tide we moved back to the Reach, and put together a nice catch of fish. Alot of bigger fish were caught, and Bill Codd, Staten Island, caught the biggest of the day. Bill's fish weighed in at 5 pounds, and he also had 5 other fish to go along with it. Today's high hook was 7 fish.