The river, so called, was in fact an arm of the Great South Bay, and of course salt.
I should think you might be, having lived on Great South Bay so long.
I was part owner of a boat which had been built for hunting and fishing cruises on the shallow waters of the Great South Bay.
I've seen something just like this, fishing for bluefish, down in Great South Bay.
By this time they were well on their way across Great South Bay toward the inlet.
It is cut in its middle part by a few creeks and tidal rivers1 flowing into the Great South Bay.
I live on a farm near the Great South Bay, and have great fun bathing and catching crabs.
The room was noiseless but for the deep moaning of the waters of Great South Bay lapping at the beach.
The waters of Great South Bay at once suggested fish, oysters—wild ducks in the fall of the year, and in the early spring.
The long swell which gently rocked the boat was very unlike the short swells of the Great South Bay.