MA9 skunkings

dibling

Active Member
#31
I guess my theory is more of a hypothesis now; I went out to collect some "data" last night and this morning after high ebb tides at a MA9 beach./quote]

Bah! I shouldn't have slept in this morning, especially with thunderRaindome inbound this afternoon.
 

ten80

Active Member
#32
You missed out! Conditions were perfect this morning and I could see lightning down south, but the rain didn't start till I was leaving. Still LOTS of fish moving through with some big jumpers out of casting range... coho perhaps?
 

ten80

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#35
Ya this morning was miserable, but oh so good.
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That, dear Sir, is a much more exciting photograph than the one I posted.

say one was bull-headed enough to fish your side of the water in even more miserable weather, such as is coming tomorrow. Would fishing in such weather be worthwhile given proper raingear and a thermos of hot coffee? I have never fished your beaches in bad weather (rain and probably some winds).
 
#36
Man its so hard to say. If it gets worse than it did this morning then you'd be wasting your time and gas.




That, dear Sir, is a much more exciting photograph than the one I posted.

say one was bull-headed enough to fish your side of the water in even more miserable weather, such as is coming tomorrow. Would fishing in such weather be worthwhile given proper raingear and a thermos of hot coffee? I have never fished your beaches in bad weather (rain and probably some winds).