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RI / S.E. Mass partner
« on: November 07, 2005, 06:26:03 PM »
First off, Curt: great new forum... thanks to whomever suggested it.

Now, I just moved back to RI after a few years of being away.  I have been fishing mostly on Cape Cod the last few years, which is where I keep my boat (in families yard).  I usually fish alone, so if anyone is up for a day on Cape waters, shoot me an email.

On the other hand, since I live in RI (Warren) and my boat is on the Cape, I don't get to fish much in RI.  If you're planning on a trip and would like some company, also send me an email.

I look forward from hearing from some people...

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Re:RI / S.E. Mass partner
« Reply #1 on: November 08, 2005, 10:33:38 AM »
You fish salt or fresh water?  I've never fished the cape but have read some good articles on freshwater bass fishing there!

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Re:RI / S.E. Mass partner
« Reply #2 on: November 08, 2005, 04:40:08 PM »
i do freshwater 98% of the time... i'll do some surf fishing for blues and stripers every so often, but almost all fresh.  cape waters can be great...  they hold some big weights of fish.  guys consistently pull 15 or 18# bags during tournaments.  there are times though where you can think that the lake you're on has no fish at all because the fish are so tight-lipped.  all-in-all it's got great waters, though.