fishonnelsons

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About fishonnelsons

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  • Birthday 05/07/1955

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  • About Me:
    Semi-retired
  • Interests (Hobbies, favorite activities, etc.):
    Fishing, Boston Bruins, long winter walks
  • What I do for a living:
    Charter boat operator, Beth Ann Charters

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Truro and Provincetown
  1. A few casts at Pamet, nothing, too cold. Bobby Rice came in with his family, said it was real slow at the bank and a big fleet closer to Plymouth were crying about the lack of great action. But, they got enough for a dinner. Saw a few other Posts, seems like it was a slow pick, some fish but not crazy, sure their are a few exceptions
  2. If you are close by, outer cape, 2 lb bags, fresh fresh, $14/bag, $7/lb. Let me know I can get you contact info. Pretty sure Catatonic took advantage of this
  3. Next 7 days forecast doesn’t get close to 50 degrees
  4. I hate the people who walk by your house, yelling, getting your dogs barking, interrupting you and your wife while day drinking (as if 3 kids weren’t enough). (I’ll text you the haddock guy, got 14 lbs, $7/lb, right off boat)
  5. You probably are, unless LIFISH comes down, then youre number two
  6. Does that mean you are not working? Supervisors are non-essential
  7. You have to revisit your priorities old man. You need to spend more time on the water with your grandkids, get them salted down good.
  8. Been on my bridge since i owned the boat, December, 2018. No issues, everything works. Left the Garmin factory 11/2012 and was installed in my boat by original owner. Unit only. S/n 1tz003314 $1000+/- plus shipping Cape Cod Upgrading entire boat with garmin 1242, already sold the 3 other ones i had.
  9. Been on my bridge since i owned the boat, December, 2018. No issues, everything works. Left the Garmin factory 11/2012 and was installed in my boat by original owner. Unit only. S/n 1tz003314 $1000+/-
  10. So right about that sign - nice sign but it doesnt stand out due to the colors etc
  11. Paul finally decided to retire, more flounder fishing and time with family. He sold to Chris, a guy from Boston who smokes cigars, has tattoos, drives a big black truck and commercial fishes for stripers and tuna. So he kind of fits the old school profile of a tackle shop owner. I stopped in yesterday, he took down walls, etc etc, place really looks good. Stocking up pretty good too. He is expanding his inventory, will continue to have the vacation crowd stuff and the middle of the road average person stuff, but will also carry some more higher end reels, rods, plugs etc.Fresh bait, eels etc as well. Will offer epirb as well as life raft inspection/repacking dropoff services, dropoff, come back in a week and done, dealing directly with the pros who do that stuff.
  12. Early to mid June he will be able to drive on Bob, some areas will be roped off but he will still have access. After that it will pretty much dwindle down to zero access
  13. If you want to explore the whole Cape, and stay in one place, go at least to mid-Cape, Dennis area. We live in Truro, so I say Truro, but really Orleans and north. Less crowded, plenty of beaches, Airbnb, restaurants, etc etc. Go in June, early if possible. Best prices on lodging yet everything is open for the season. We own a few small 2 bedroom cottages in Truro we rent out, nothing fancy but nice and I could cut you some slack. https://www.homeaway.com/vacation-rental/p4471143?adultsCount=6&arrival=2020-07-11&departure=2020-07-18&uni_id=5059031 Spring stripers from Barnstable Flats to Provincetown, sight fishing during the day. If it’s you alone fishing do a small, center console type charter to get into the bigger fish.
  14. I just throw away every Orvis catalog that comes in the mail, waaaaay to expensive. I will go on line and score some fishing shirts on sale though.