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Did we mention this column won an award?

Welcome to the award-winning fishing column, “Tangled Lines.” This award-winning column by the award-winning Patrick L. Sullivan recently won a second-place award from the New England Newspaper and Press Association for a sports column in a weekly newspaper with circulation up to 6,000.
This award-winning fishing column has won the third-place award twice before. We urge readers to hang on to their waders, because clearly this column is in the middle of a dizzy ascent into the stratosphere of sports columns written for weekly newspapers with circulation up to 6,000.

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Did we mention this column won an award?

Welcome to the award-winning fishing column, “Tangled Lines.” This award-winning column by the award-winning Patrick L. Sullivan recently won a second-place award from the New England Newspaper and Press Association for a sports column in a weekly newspaper with circulation up to 6,000.
This award-winning fishing column has won the third-place award twice before. We urge readers to hang on to their waders, because clearly this column is in the middle of a dizzy ascent into the stratosphere of sports columns written for weekly newspapers with circulation up to 6,000.

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Warm weather brings joy, but no trout

It was 39 degrees in Lakeville, Conn., at 6 a.m., Tuesday, Sept. 11, as reported by my handy-dandy L.L. Bean digital thermometer thingy.
I had some windows open, and the sensation of bare feet hitting the linoleum cut through the pre-coffee haze like a cold, sharp knife.
But the ramifications for trout fishing are terrific.
After the decent rains on Saturday, Sept. 8, I went out Sunday morning thinking the Blackberry River would be in good shape. It usually fishes well after a storm, and all that extra, cool water should wake the trout up.
Or so I thought.

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