Reminder: We need to be ready for Keith so he can get back in time for his first pickup. We should meet at 6:30 so the Rip Ryder can be warmed up and heading south at or before 7am.
He will pick us up after his last run back at 4pm.
See ya then!
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Please - if you are not going to be able to make it let us know ahead of time so we can expect to bring a little more money to charter the boat.
see you on the causeway,
Assuming I don't get lost and we're meeting at the Monomoy refuge I'll be there.
The weathermen are predicting an east wind on Saturday. Will this influence flats fishing? This makes the west side of the island more unattractive because of having to cast into the wind, but the flats should still be workable because of the flexibility that is allowed in positioning.....right? While the cloudy weather may hinder sight casting, it may facilitate fish movement into the shallower water and perhaps bolder behaviour near the rip lines. Definitely, the east wind should help longer casts on the east side for those fishing the deeper water for the monsters...........