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Posted By Dave Anderson, October 2, 2017
 We got the short end of the stick with regard to September. Twin hurricanes stole pretty much the entire new moon period away from surfcasters along the entire East Coast. South County and eastern Connecticut won the lottery and had a body of fish that stayed in tight on abundant bait, but most other areas did not fare well. We’ve all heard the legends about fall runs that never happened because of ill-timed storms; I don’t think 2017 is going to be one of them. I think we are being forced to reset the clock here. My plan is to fish my barometer spots this week—high probability spots that give me an idea about what’s around. From there, I will branch out when a bite materializes and I fully intend to make up for the time lost to Jose and Maria.
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