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  1. July 4th at 10am is the Buzzards Bay parade. Plan accordingly.
  2. Fished it this morning with metals. I got a rat laker and a salmon. Lost a laker on the way in as well. Also, a fish smashed my kastmaster in my feet but could not connect. I am still learning the Chu but so far I have been avoiding the skunk with metals.
  3. Fished both days, Saturday and Sunday. I was surprised that there was just me, my buddy, and only one other guy at one of the most popular spots for the opener. A few more people showed up later in the morning. I was targeting salmon with no luck and my buddy was after lakers bottom fishing with shiners. He got a couple and missed a few runs. People around got a few lakers also: all on bait and biggest I saw was 24". On Sunday, I fished the same spot still hoping for salmon while another buddy of mine walked around tossing metals for lakers. No salmon again so I know they are not in that area yet. My buddy got a small laker for his efforts but it was still nice for him since it was his first time at the Chu. Once he came back to my spot around noon i decided to make a few casts with a castmaster along him and believe it or not I got a laker in the least likely time of the day. Going to a different section next weekend in my pursuit of salmon.
  4. So 5:19am is an hour before sunrise, correct? I always thought it was 30mins before sunrise when you were allowed to enter.
  5. That's what i am doing tomorrow. I will call the stores from the rewards cards and hopefully one will get hold of the owner. If i don't get a response i plan on dropping them off at the Bourne police station next weekend.
  6. Hi guys! I found a lanyard at the East End of the Canal today that had a car key(i am not going to specify the make) and a key ring with a bunch of keys on it. It also had a bunch of rewards cards on it. If you lost one and can describe it in details let me know and i will get it back to you. I know that at least the car key costs a bunch to get replaced. Cheers, Denis
  7. Tuna jumped at the east end yesterday with a small striper/blue in its mouth. Also, i saw a video of a guy fighting what he said it was a thresher with 50lbs braid on VS200 last night. Not sure where he was but if you were referring to the same hookup it was from shore and he ended up losing the fish.
  8. Juvi bonito. Common this time of the year. Often mixed with macks.
  9. They are around but not in numbers and very picky. I saw a few caught on the South Side.
  10. Here is the bigger one i caught on Saturday. Very skinny. The smaller one looked a bit better but not by much.
  11. Went for the opener yesterday. I was targeting salmon. Caught two, 18" and 16", on a cast master on consecutive casts and no more hits. Put a second rod with a shiner under a bobber and got two big runs but unfortunately both times the hook got into the bait so i lost both fish. People around me did well with lakers on live bait. Overall, i was happy with my first outing there this season.
  12. Got this guy from the rocks on the North shore less than 10 years ago while chunking for stripers. My buddy got one that was 34". I could not believe it.
  13. Fished the rt 70 side this morning before work. It was 21F when I got there at first light and 28F when I left at 9am. I saw a few fish jumping but all I got was a rat laker on a castmaster.. Clearing the guides from ice on every third cast made fishing painful but it was my only chance to hit it before closing day. April 1st cannot come soon enough.
  14. Fished Cape Ann at first light this morning. Tons of micro schoolies. They were hitting everything i threw at them. Had to go to my 3oz Canal pencil popper and they would still hit it although they were less than twice its size. I haven't seen so agressive schoolies. Biggest was probably 18". Nothing bigger for me but i doubt a bigger dish would have had enough time to hit my plug cause the little buggers. Great morning though.
  15. A lots of schoolies around Cape Ann. I found the macks close to shore at one of my spots and as soon as I put one back in the water a schoolie slightly larger than the mack itself would start harassing it and eventually taking it. I got tired of it relatively quickly since catching macks off the rocks is not an easy task and pulling schoolies is not worth it. I managed two barely legal keepers but the rest were all around 20". There were guys close by catching the micros an light tackle and they were having a blast. I am hoping for some larger fish to find the bait in the area in the next week or so.