The two were waist-deep off of Nakata Avenue, on the east side of Sconticut Neck. Two weeks ago, the area opened to quahogging for the first time since it was closed by the 2002 Bouchard Oil Spill.
Miller and Wolfgang have raked the newly reopened area for a few hours per day, weather permitting, to see what they could reap from a decade’s worth of undisturbed shoreline.
“Honestly, it’s not as good as it used to be, but it never was the best area either,” Miller said.
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