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sckfish

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Walked with wife out to the spit (Nauset Inlet) at 4:30 am ... Greeted to tons of schoolie action (18-25") for over an hour. All fish caught on 1oz jig and 5" bubblegum FinS. Looked like a storm rolling in, so headed back to parking lot. Found birds working in close ... tinker macs decided to beach themselves rather than be gorged upon by 8-10 lb blues. Blues were in for at least an hour. Not a bad morning - exercise (3 mi walk to spit), pulling in fish, and enjoying a beautiful sunrise with the wife. Oh, weed and mung were not a problem this morning ... appear to be gone for now. However, seals continue to be a nuisance. I lost count of the number of seals taking up residence inside the inlet, which I hadn't seen in previous years. Twice as many seals on the outside ... fortunately, they weren't a problem while reeling in fish. Tides should be good for Sunday and Monday if you can get out there early.

Steven

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Nice to see your report, Stephen. Glad you got up to the Cape. Am I jealous ?

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Hi Steven

Nice report.

Gotta love dealing with them seals, eh?

Reminded me of our trip last fall dealing with the seals trying to steal our catches.

Glad you had a good time.

Fishing is finally picking up for us in So. Me.

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