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August 19, 1957
SO season opensSC season closesC clear waterD water dirty, roilyN water normal heightSH slightly highH highVH very highM water muddyL lowR risingWT50 water 50�FG fishing goodFVG fishing very goodFF fishing fairFP fishing poorOG outlook goodOVG outlook very goodOF outlook fairOP outlook poor
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August 19, 1957

Fisherman's Calendar

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NEW YORK: Charters out of Hampton Bays averaging 10 to 15 school tuna daily, outlook excellent. Fishing out of Montauk, Bob Maytag tied into a 530-pounder, hauled the big blue aboard his boat Bimini Babe after only 20 minutes. FG, OG to Block Island.

TARPON: FLORIDA: Weather easing off in wake of Hurricane Bertha, FG. Airman Bob Pecan of the Homestead Base fishing from Seven Mile Bridge, latched onto a 30-pound tarpon, struggled hour and 10 minutes trying to drag it to end of bridge and onto beach, finally jumped in and bodily carried fish ashore.

TEXAS: Vacationing from golf after winning Oklahoma Women's Amateur Championship, pretty Tulsa College senior Dale Fleming boated 6-foot 8-inch sailfish off Port Aransas on first fishing venture; three days later landed 142-pound, 14-ounce tarpon on 25-pound test line to better women's world record.

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