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It seems like the fall

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still . Yesterday we had an opportunity to dunk a few clams at the east end in an attempt to charm a few flat ones to bite but to no avail.

What was interesting as we looked around was to see all the bird activity , especially the Loons in the water. Males beginning to charm the females, but the females simply did not want anything to do with them. Once the water changed current direction thousands of birds made a bird line towards Cape Cod Bay , what a site to behold. Magansits were all over the place feeding on small fish[sand eels]diving and popping up all over the place.. It seemed more like the fall then spring.


As we were leaving two birders had scopes set up looking at the power plant where the transformers are sitting and under the platform birds were building a nest of sticks [now that is a sure sign of spring] A member of the Crow family, was busy bringing in sticks and what ever to build a nest. This will be an interesting site to watch .


Did see one boat come back in from mackerel fishing, but unable to see any catch[ Still a little early I think, but who knows, unless you try.


Spring is here, but it still feels like fall and the flat ones might still be hunkered down in the mud , but who knows , unless you try,


Now is the time of the year when one needs a little patients and at the same time a little faith that you just may be the first one to break the ice and have a little action on the end of the line. It is not to far off, just need a little sunshine to penetrate the water and old bones to wake them up for a good summer of fishing

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