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Old 05-18-2009, 05:30 PM
zdorfman zdorfman is offline
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south cape port

Fished the cape thurs thru sat with a couple buddies. Fishing was tough, slower than we've seen in past years. After a slow start, ended up with about 30 fish - much less than past years. There were some fish around, but had to move around and try different locations. they weren't as the Massachussets street sign says... "Thickly Settled"
fished some new (to me) water and was fairly successful... the fish are there, but you have to work for them... my best fish of the trip was 36" (didn't weigh it). released so I can catch her again. Can't wait to get back at it.

Met up with a fellow RTer too!
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Old 05-19-2009, 09:21 AM
captmike captmike is offline
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That's a great fly rod fish!
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