Friday, September 09, 2011

Sorry to have fallen off the block with only a couple of posts this season. Unfortunately, my time on the Cape leaves me with no Internet... This season, I have had a lot of time away form Paxton to be on the water. The summer of 2011 we had caught more bass than ever before. Unfortunately, the average size was down form years past but we had many days of 60-100 keepers boated (15-30#). Most of our summer fishing took place off Chatham, where we would butterfly jig and cast deadly dicks. The action was so hot that one day we pulled out the fly rods and caught 26 keepers pushing the scales to over #25. Now that the hurricane season is here, the fishing has entirely changed. Most all of the Chatham fish have moved south, and some larger Stripers have finally moved in to the Bay. Today, we found the seas to be very rough but my clients form Jersey and Philly braved out the 4-5' waves and produced fish in the mid 20# range to our second largest bass this year of 37.3#. Only a couple of open dates left for the fall migration, hope to fill them! Will be updating web photo's soon!! Steve <'////><


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