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The local scribe for the CCTimes that writes all about cape fishing, has indicated that we need to be onthe look out for scup and sea bass , before we see any schoolies . It goes to show that some one else is also watching what is happening as of today. Scup and sea bass first before schoolies? The herring are filling in the local streams in many places on the cape and all we need now is a few days of some warm weather to heat the ocean waters up to get things moving in the right direction.. The trouble is that the present weather patterns are not steady across the nation as we lose more of the Ice cap and one needs to wonder what affect that will have on the salinity of the water, eventually around the New England coast line and what may well be a negative consequences long term on the habitat if many of our local fish can not adapt to the decrease in salinity, if any .   

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