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The gap at Monomoy N and S

Adam Bolonsky

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Here's a close-up satellite shot of Monomoy where the island splits in two at the north and south islands and gives way at South Beach to the open ocean.

The guzzles and drains here, formed by the drilling of the tides, are really deep. Stripers cruise those channels then slide up onto the shallows. With polarized glasses here on a sunny calm day, the big fish oozing back and forth on the flats are quite a sight.

Currents run quick here. Easiest to leave with the outgoing, return with the in.

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