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Rhode Island Fluking

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Congrats. Great limit. Small fish looks to still be around 5+lbs. All the northern states have great fluking mostly because lot less pressure. I was thinking of going some wheres up north for a charter for big fluke. Were you on a charter?

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I've been seeing reports out of Montauk and further north and they have been nailing big fluke for quite a while. 

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11 hours ago, Buck154 said:

Congrats. Great limit. Small fish looks to still be around 5+lbs. All the northern states have great fluking mostly because lot less pressure. I was thinking of going some wheres up north for a charter for big fluke. Were you on a charter?

Believe it not we jumped on a party boat,we had 125K fluke in the first hour and a half,had a full boat limit by 2:00 pm. I'm guessing the boat had around 40 people on board, so we ended the day with 240K fluke with a full limit of sea bass with many to 5 1/2lbs. It was a great day to say the least!

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