Let me give you guys a piece of advice. I'm not an alarmist by any means, but I've seen a few Cape hurricanes in my day, and moreover, I've seen the pictures of Hurricane Carol in 1954. I would get over the idea of fishing the Canal any time after tomorrow evening, unless the picture gets a lot brighter. I have a very bad feeling about this storm, and I think the eye is going to hit much closer to the Cape than the TV heads are telling us right now. The bridges will be closed, in all likelihood, sometime on Sunday. You don't want to be driving home in 80-90 mph winds, with trees coming down left and right, even if you don't get yourselves stuck Capeside with no way off. You're thinking, OK, I'll be Capeside, the wind will be at my back, and there won't be any dangerous surf in the Canal, so why can't I fish? There are plenty of trees, plenty of dead branches, and plenty of other crap that can get picked up by the wind and come crashing into the back of your head, or catch you broadside and knock you ass over teakettle into the current. Stay home.