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A lobsterman said he graphed some schools of fish near the marker buoy. There were 2 boaters fishing around the marker . The boaters are pretty tight lipped, no one working the harbor

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Baits been in for at least two weeks up here.   I bet holdovers are active in these warming days around the bigger rivers     A good push of fish around cape cod (small fish) a week ago 

 

water is still on the colder side 

 

I may wet a line around the 5th 

 

I’ve caught before in that timeframe 

 

 

jim 

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I’ve been fishing for maybe a little over a week. Got on a good one, and it’s been skunk city since. Surprising lack of cormorants despite the bait being in. It’s certainly not thick, even the ospreys are crying “FEED ME!!!!”

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Local fish are waking up...bait birds diving deep...going big with a Magic Swimmer in the rivers. This year I'm looking northward for Canadian stripers:I suspect those big fat and juicy 24-30 inchers I've been tracking for a few years are migrating south! So I'm going on a prospecting run up to Nova Scotia and see what's what.

 

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2 hours ago, petespeak said:

Local fish are waking up...bait birds diving deep...going big with a Magic Swimmer in the rivers. This year I'm looking northward for Canadian stripers:I suspect those big fat and juicy 24-30 inchers I've been tracking for a few years are migrating south! So I'm going on a prospecting run up to Nova Scotia and see what's what.

 

Margaree Forks area on Cape Breton is awesome!

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1 hour ago, stripedbassking said:

The Canadian fishery is very interesting 

If it was populated like off 95 the fishery would already been ruined. I already see 40” caught on bait in the rivers bleeding from the gills. Not even sure they migrate that far south. Protect your local river. Each river is a hub for returning and resident fish. Get rid of the dams and the meat fishermen. 

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