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The Ramp Crowd

Things are looking good, especially for August. Good reports from both Nantucket and MV, as well as lots of tuna action in the Bay. The Monomoy rip action has slowed down, but we expect the funny fish action on the South Side to take off almost immediately.

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Sarda sarda

The Islands are hoping, with funny fish showing up, tuna offshore, and even blitzes of bass on the beach. Elsewhere on the Cape, things are alive and kicking as well.

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Shifting Sands

Right now as I write this introduction, the wind is whistling through the trees, a small craft warning has been posted.  Somewhere on the Cape there are waves crashing on the beach.  Most fisherman are aware of the importance of structure when it comes to

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Fishing- the Economic Stimulus Package!

How much do you spend on fishing? Or perhaps another way of looking at it, How much does fishing cost you? I know some of us keep a journal of our fishing trips, tides, lures, weather, and results, what about a journal of all your expenses to fish?

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Drying Out for the 4th?

Ok so July started off with torrential downpours.  The holiday weekend longs likes it will be promising some good shots on the water.  So what to you do with the fishing information you gather on your trips.  Do you keep a careful journal? Maybe write

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Cape Cod Fishwire is Back!

The Cape Cod report is back with Bob Parsons! Even though the weather’s been rotten, we’ve got the skinny on what’s been going on. The short version is this, there are fish out there and those that have gotten out have found them on the feed.

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Your Mileage May Vary

In the past week, there’s been a great discourse on the state of the fishing at the Canal going at the Reel-Time.com Forum. To summarize, some are making the assertion that things haven’t been as bad as the reports might dictate. The problem with this

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