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FISH REPORT 2022 Cape Cod Bay to the Back Side of P town, "sand eel city"

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I meant to say yesterday, some of the fish I caught were spitting up what I’m pretty sure are bay anchovies - do we get them north of the cape? Definitely weren’t silversides

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14 mins ago, JPH said:

Were there any snuck along the beach yet with the jacks were there any glass minnows

Couldn't reach those snook without a boat. They camped out over a shallow oyster bed , maybe 100 or so on small mullet. What a blast 

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17 hours ago, mcnar said:

I meant to say yesterday, some of the fish I caught were spitting up what I’m pretty sure are bay anchovies - do we get them north of the cape? Definitely weren’t silversides

I was on a south cape bay wedsnesday and saw birds and sporadic blitzes on what looked to be tiny bait - couldn't get close enough to see exactly what they were but that would make sense. Topwater bite was good!

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Orcas are normally social animals. Are they known to swim alone, too? Are adolescent males driven from the pod by a dominant male, like lions do?

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1 hour ago, BrianBM said:

Orcas are normally social animals. Are they known to swim alone, too? Are adolescent males driven from the pod by a dominant male, like lions do?

Maybe he was ostracized for his political views.

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In Brewster for the weekend camping with a friend - biked down to the beach and spent  a little time fishing casually, caught a few schoolies. It’s pretty cool being able to see small schools of stripers roaming the flats, and lots of big silversides! All the fish on a CG J5

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8 hours ago, mcnar said:

In Brewster for the weekend camping with a friend - biked down to the beach and spent  a little time fishing casually, caught a few schoolies. It’s pretty cool being able to see small schools of stripers roaming the flats, and lots of big silversides! All the fish on a CG J5

How big were the silver sides??

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2 hours ago, codfish said:

:eek:

Hardest part is tryin to drag a seine by yourself. 

I've gotten some large ones on small hooks and bait, but they gotta be really big silversides. Like 5-6in.  

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