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THE KINGFISHER Derek Grattan relaxes after a busy

THE KINGFISHER Derek Grattan relaxes after a busy day reeling in striped bass aboard this Fishy Business charter boat out of Orient Point. But will he be paid scale?

Readers having fun in the sun around Long Island

Oh, summer! From the beach to the pool -- and back again -- Newsday readers have seized every sliver of sun and surf this season. Whether you've reeled in catches big (or small), or took to the water for a swim or a paddle, clearly you've been having fun.

Chloe and Lily Bobal running to the ocean

reader photosTom bobal wantaghChloe and Lily Bobal running to the ocean at Nickerson beach June 29th before the fireworks.

Hunter Blumenauer caught his first fish at Cupsogue

reader photosCourtney Mauer- his mother- from RonkonkomaHunter Blumenauer caught his first fish at Cupsogue Beach in West Hampton

Watching the tide coming in, a couple enjoys

reader photosJoe AbateWatching the tide coming in, a couple enjoys the motion of the ocean on a colorful Sunday evening at Long Beach.

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FLYING LOW Ryan Gruber wakeboards on Conscience Bay.

reader photosDanielle Gruber, Smithtown, NYFLYING LOW Ryan Gruber wakeboards on Conscience Bay. Wake us when it’s over.

ALREADY CLASSIC Only 2, Kenzie Smith sits tall

reader photosAnna Acker- Shoreham NYALREADY CLASSIC Only 2, Kenzie Smith sits tall in the saddle at the Hampton Classic. Photo by grandmother Anna Acker of Shoreham

THE KINGFISHER Derek Grattan relaxes after a busy

reader photosWendy ZuhoskiTHE KINGFISHER Derek Grattan relaxes after a busy day reeling in striped bass aboard this Fishy Business charter boat out of Orient Point. But will he be paid scale?

WALKING ON WATER The setting sun at Tobay

reader photosKerri Kocoris age 48 massapequaWALKING ON WATER The setting sun at Tobay Beach bathes Kristian Kocoris, 11, in brilliant colors.

TRICKY MOVES Owen Killeen, 5, keeps the ball

reader photosJoanne Killeen, BabylonTRICKY MOVES Owen Killeen, 5, keeps the ball from brother Aidan, 10, at Tanner Park in Copiague.

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ANYTHING BITING? A mother and son intend to

reader photosEllen Dunn - MerrickANYTHING BITING? A mother and son intend to find out as they cast their lines at Massapequa Lake.

LONG SHADOWS After hanging 10 in Long Beach,

reader photosMichael FreedmanLONG SHADOWS After hanging 10 in Long Beach, surfer dudes Jon Cahn, 19, and cousin Ben Freedman, 6, hang it up.

DOGGY PADDLE Tom Fuchs takes his Golden Lab,

reader photosDonna Fuchs- Massapequa ParkDOGGY PADDLE Tom Fuchs takes his Golden Lab, Sonny, out for a spin off Robert Moses State Park.

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