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FISH REPORT 2021 Cape Cod Bay to the Back Side of Province town "sand eel c

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2021 did not get off to a good start "Health issues" but hopefully I am on the mend:eek:

Lure selection:) keeping it simple,

Zara Spook "Top water"

Cape Cod Sand Eel lure swim bait  "Jigging"

7.5 inch sluggo "Subsurface"

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On 1/2/2021 at 5:03 PM, codfish said:

2021 did not get off to a good start "Health issues" but hopefully I am on the mend:eek:

Lure selection:) keeping it simple,

Zara Spook "Top water"

Cape Cod Sand Eel lure swim bait  "Jigging"

7.5 inch sluggo "Subsurface"

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Hope ya feel better.  

 

Is this what you will use all year?

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12 hours ago, BDigital said:

Bill Hurley baby squids are great. Used pink and amber last year. Have to get some of those white ones this year!

How'd u fish em?  

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I usually only fish them early Spring in the rivers. I switch to wood plugs as soon as I hit the open water. Was put to shame from the beach last summer when a kid fishing a hundred yds away was slaying them. After he landed his 3rd I had to ask what he was using and sure enough he was using a 9" pink baby squid. I'm going to try them on the Brewster flats this summer. 

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simple twitch pause works best for me with the Hurley squids. Although last year on the paddleboard in Dennis bayside all I had to do is cast to the swirl and let it sink slow. My son did well in Plymouth on the 9" mackerel finish.

 

 

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I usually cast upriver, steady retrieve with a twitch or two, then slow with a pause about 15 yds from the waters edge. I would say 80% of those hits came during the slow and pause. 

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Tried 'em in the Canal with some success last year. The hooks are ok  for beach and bay use, but I wish they were a bit stronger for Ditch use. 

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7 hours ago, bdowning said:

Tried 'em in the Canal with some success last year. The hooks are ok  for beach and bay use, but I wish they were a bit stronger for Ditch use. 

here it is in 4xxxx

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