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Guess they'll go hunt worms in Salem

Salem — What's there to do when almost everything's closed due to a public health crisis? Well, one solution is to go fish, but it can be hard luck if you don't have bait.

Wanting to get out of the house and do something fun Thursday, Laurie Jordan and her son Jamison McGovern, boyfriend Steve Dmuchowski and his daughter Sofia decided to go fishing at Gardner Lake.

After rooting about and collecting worms, however, they soon realized it was too windy on the lake. So, they decided to find another lake or pond more protected from the wind.


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