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Gloucester regimen no day at the beach

Summer training program builds camaraderie and gives Fishermen an edge

Updated: August 18, 2010, 6:04 PM ET
By Scott Barboza | ESPNBoston.com

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GLOUCESTER, Mass. -- It's 6 a.m. on a Wednesday at Good Harbor Beach in Gloucester, and 80 or so groggy athletes come stumbling over the wooden bridge and over the dunes. Their half-open eyes look toward the harbor, which is covered in a pea soup fog. The horizon's a seamless coat of gray, merging sea ...

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