Hurricane Sandy interrupts fishing

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By Jeffrey Weeks, Fishing Correspondent

Inshore anglers are looking toward the weekend after being kept away from the water by the high winds from Hurricane Sandy. Water clarity might be a problem for a while, but fish should be on the move and biting.
The piers were reporting their first decent catches of spot before the storm hit. Sunset Beach Pier had a nice morning run last week. Hopefully, the storm will have pushed the larger spot schools southward and they will be in our waters soon. The window to have a good season for spot is growing shorter but there is still time.

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