Photo/BoatingLocal Fluke fishing in New York waters will be a little easier—courtesy of a decrease in the size limit—as the state ushers in new regulations for the season that starts May 1, 2013.

Local anglers can keep 4 fluke of 19” each, a slight drop from last year’s 19.5” limit, fishing regulators announced Monday.

The season will extend to September 29, one day shorter than last year’s.

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