What caught my eye first was his hands , his left one , would you hold a fish that way ? 2nd was the fish top dorsal fin , I mean if the fish has been on ice I don't think the fin would be strait up like it was swimming in ice as you mentioned ? The dorsal fin normally folds down if the fish is dead .
I take it back after looking at his fish in a big photo. That is fresh caught with good color with the fly still hanging out of her mouth. (The big white whisker.) That dude is a tad crazy for holding it like that. Blues are the strongest fighting fish I have ever caught. If that blue bucked and snapped it could have a finger lunch.
I either have a boot on them to remove the lure or have them by the tail.
Thanks for the clarification - is that the Quarry ?
Those rocks are called bulkheads or revetments, carp. It's to prevent wave erosion during storms.
Actually that is Naushon Island behind me. Those rocks are all natural. Naushon is part of the Elizabethan Islands which is a terminal glacial moraine left when the glacier that made Cape Cod retreated. The glacier stopped for a time and dropped rocks to make the islands.
The only thing man made on that island is a pill box every half mile looking out to detect German subs during World War II. That and a few houses inland built by the Forbes family that lease the island from the government. 99 year deal.
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