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Cape Cod Canal at High Tide

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Fish around Boston and Lower Cape often. I am planning on going to the canal. Instead of going during the sunrise and low tide rush, I am planning on going at high tide in the evening. Never fished the canal  before but hoping for some advice. Is the East End better at high tide? Planning on casting top-water plugs. 

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2 hours ago, anger180 said:

Fish around Boston and Lower Cape often. I am planning on going to the canal. Instead of going during the sunrise and low tide rush, I am planning on going at high tide in the evening. Never fished the canal  before but hoping for some advice. Is the East End better at high tide? Planning on casting top-water plugs. 

Do your homework and bring the correct gear. Plenty of information here and other places on technique, gear, tides, etc. Pay close attention to the sections on etiquette.

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Drifting Jigs near shore on the West tide after sunset is my favorite.     

Billl Hurleys sandeels  in 1.75 oz are my faves for slower current areas.

Savage Sandeels in 3 or 5 oz when its faster.

 

Just make sure you are using the right amount of weight for your location and that you're "ticking" the bottom 

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