A family wedding reignites the ancient feud between next-door neighbors and fishing buddies John and Max. Meanwhile, a sultry Italian divorcée opens a restaurant at the local bait shop, alarming the locals who worry she’ll scare the fish away. But she’s less interested in seafood than she is in cooking up a hot time with Max.
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