06/16/16 11:21am
DEBBIE WEAVER PHOTO Dancing bluefish at the end of our columnist’s line.

DEBBIE WEAVER PHOTO Dancing bluefish at the end of our columnist’s line.

Last week was another interesting but unproductive time for fishermen around Shelter Island and, according to several other sources, from Gardiners to Plum and farther to Jessups.

The main culprit was winds that blew for days on end interrupted only by rain showers followed by more wind, primarily from the northwest. Usually, after a big rainstorm the northwest wind blows for about 36 hours and then we’re blessed with gentle breezes until the next weather pattern comes through. (more…)