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Capt. George
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[*] posted on 10-22-2003 at 09:00 PM
NY to Cape Cod

The Canal didn't pay off, but we met an old Cape Cod die hard who took us in hand. He said "for years, I have always caught my first bass of the new season by casting tins at Pompanessett Beach. He also said the spot only produced small bass. He had to return to work, being firefighters, we did not.......That evening we waded out on a sandbar and casted tins. Sure enough, small fish. As the sun started to set we began casting Jr. Atoms and Atom 40's, the fish were now in the twenty to thirty pound class...Cape Cod would become our new fishing grounds. For some reason, ayear would pass us by without returning to the "Cape". We would be back, it was be continued.............
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