Sharp's Island Light:
The current light, a sparkplug lighthouse, was constructed in 1882 with a concrete caisson foundation and a 35-foot (11 m) cast iron tower. . . .The tower includes an integral dwelling and was manned until 1938 when the United States Coast Guard automated the light. Leaning by about 15° since it was ice-damaged in 1977, the structure is picturesque, but in poor condition.
Anyway, as I drifted around it, I noticed some suspicious marks on the depth finder as I drifted under its shadow. A few casts proved that a school of small Striped Bass was hanging around in the shade of the light.
Kenwood Beach (a long walk from our beach on a good low tide), and headed down the shore back to Flag Harbor.