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Dolphins from a distance this morning looked like a blitz of huge bass this morning as they surrounded the bait they were chasing . The boat got pushed into gear and headed for the splashes about a mile away. The water was absolutely alive with white water as the dark sided Dolphins did not compare to a large school of big mommas moving like a rocket through the water. Once we realized what they were, we turned off the motor and just admired the grace and beauty of what these family oriented animals offer. We had at least two different pods , some 30 to 40 animals in each pod all gracefully fining the water with the dorsal fins . A site in deed and now the fun begins as some of the warmer water fish filter into cape Cod Bay . Tuna and Bonito not far behind all working over the maundering schools of mackerel and juvenile pogies. it the time of the year to enjoy what we have left of the summer, before the chills of autumn prevail.       

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That’s what I love about fishing, get to see a sunrise or sunset, all sorts of animals and sea life whether it be minnows to great whites, meet up with friends for some jokes or hang out in solitude, spend quality time with the family, and of course the chance to hook into the fish of a lifetime. 

 

Enjoy it it out there, winter comes all too soon for those of us that don’t ice fish.

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6 hours ago, zenman said:

Amen to this.

Absolutely - had my charter mates family out yesterday - 76 year old Grandma went up to the bridge and sat there happy as a clam the whole trip. Big blues, a keeper bass and many shorts, Mola mola, finbacks, tuna jumping by the whales, thousands of birds - nature at its finest

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10 hours ago, Malsow said:

The stuff we see while fishing can equal the experience of fishing itself sometimes...

Words of wisdom for all who fish to appreciate for in the end fishing is never just all about catching fish , but what we get to see, touch hear, while we are doing it. Where we follow the ethical standards that make our sport the pinnacle of nature. It is times like this that we often wonder if the man upstairs is watching over us as he allows us to witness some of his wonderment's in life he has created.  A Special moment  in time  for sure. 

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