We have a marine biologist / member visiting Woods Hole Oceanographic from Seattle who I am going to have to leave hanging tomorrow morning with a perfect tide! I can't pull off the half day I had hoped due to craziness at work.
He has time in the morning to fish. He brought his own gear and is ready to rock. If anyone can chase fall fish on the cape or Rhody with Howzer please let me know either here or by email.
Thanks in advance!
10-18-2001, 03:40 PM
Juro, thanks for being such a good agent. Based on my trip out here last fall, I'll have half a clue about where to go and what to do. The thing that'll really get me is the lack of a fish magnet. Last year my success might have led me to believe there were no fish around, but watching you and your gang hook fish left and right showed me what a lousy barometer my success was! I'll be out at Chatham tomorrow at dawn, I'll be the guy with the mini-stripping basket and navy blue windbreaker.
Still working on it... don't give up on us just yet. I am working a 12+ hours shift today you'd think I could swing a morning off now and then, huh? >(
We'll get ahold of you one way or another, you got my phone #s too...
10-18-2001, 06:39 PM
sorry about the crappy cell phone connection this afternoon, someday we'll have end to end coverage on the Mass Pike **sigh**.
Howzer. Hope you log on one more time before the end of the night. 50/50 chance I'll be able to get down for a few hours tomorrow AM. Look for the blue Tahoe with the yak-rack on the roof. If I don't make it... catch 'em up for all of us who wish we could be there!