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jbaltayan

Cape Cod Canal and beaches

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Fished the Cape Cod Canal from 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM. Slack tide. Used plugs and rubber baits. No luck. I say alot of other fisherman. No one was catching anything. People using lures and chucks, no one had a bite. I only saw one lonely herring in the herring run. Is it still to early for the herring to be here or have their numbers totally collapsed. I remember 5-10 years ago, you could see many more herring going up the fish ladders.

Then fished a beach in Barnstable with no luck. Maybe it was too sunny.

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Fished the Cape Cod Canal from 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM. Slack tide. Used plugs and rubber baits. No luck. I say alot of other fisherman. No one was catching anything. People using lures and chucks, no one had a bite. I only saw one lonely herring in the herring run. Is it still to early for the herring to be here or have their numbers totally collapsed. I remember 5-10 years ago, you could see many more herring going up the fish ladders.

Then fished a beach in Barnstable with no luck. Maybe it was too sunny.

I fished yesterday from 5:30pm to 8:30pm with no luck. I started at the sagamore and worked my way to the Acvademy. No one had any luck.

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