ok, I now own(after tying up all the loose ends and the paperwork,and survey, not to mention that long drive to Maryland to get it ) A 1997 Jones Bros Light Tackle 1910. going to get it the weekend of the May 11th. wish me luck on the survey(not that I expect anything). Tom D :D :D :D
WOW! Congrats Tom... let me know if you would like a personal "Brewster Flats Demystified Tour" this summer. :)
04-25-2002, 03:13 PM
Congrats Tom.... I live at ... and can be reached any time at... anytime....
04-25-2002, 03:25 PM
Congratulations, Tom. I know how badly you wanted this boat. I hope that it serves you well for many years. :)
04-25-2002, 04:54 PM
I will be available to document this "Tour" on film.
Originally posted by juro
WOW! let me know if you would like a personal "Brewster Flats Demystified Tour" this summer. :)
:D let's just say.... uh... yuppers on that tour, Juro. geez I just noticed the dates on the calendar... the weekend I was planning is Mother's Day weekend.... :whoa: oh boy, that wouldn't have flown too well :tsk_tsk: may need to push up the date a bit. :hehe: Tom D
Some big bayside tides through Memorial Day weekend. That'll get the fish coming up out of the Blue Hole toward Paine's and Quivett Crk with each flood for certain. With herring still in the story, big fish will still be snooping around for the big meal and snacking on all the goodies in between. Too bad most of us will be manning a spatula or playing miniature golf with the kids.
In any case, these are dangerous tides for any shore bound angler who doesn't know the drill out there. BUT the boater, yakker, or shoal-wise wader can take full advantage of this condition right through the week when it peaks on Wednesday at a -.9 low 8:40am to 11.4 high!
Tom - there is no rush, any late morning flood late May to September will do and Sesuit has public launching on both sides with a mere 1.8 mile run to sight fishing central or a 2 mile run out to Billingsgate shoals where the fish hang out all summer.
Probably the least exploited fishery for all the access and sight fishing quality it offers.
04-26-2002, 07:39 AM
I'd go to Falmouth or Chatham ;)
04-26-2002, 10:43 AM
Congratulations on finding a boat, can't wait to see ya out on the water. Best of luck with your purchase and on your trip in May to go get it.
thanks guys, can't wait to get it now :devil: Tom D
You must be flyin' high!:D
I congratulate you on having the constitution to chase down that boat. I considered it when I was in the running but shied away due to the distance.
I'm sure your going to be very happy.
Hopefully I'll be experiencing a similar feeling around August or so!
Back to the salt mines!!
04-26-2002, 03:53 PM
I sure hope you are planning to post a picture of the proud new skipper with the new toy when you pick up the boat. Best of Luck !