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06-03-2013 06:54 AM
juro You should be into a lot of schoolies, some keepers and big racer blues in those spots. Skaket wouldn't be a great option if there's any lightning in the forecast and you're probably getting rained on pretty hard by now...

How long are you staying?
05-30-2013 09:44 AM
quinn_canfield
Looking for Fish on the Cape

I am heading down to the Cape on Sunday night with a couple of fishing buddies for my annual birthday trip. We are staying in Harwich (on Pleasant Bay). We normally fishing Harding's Beach, the Stage Harbor inlet and if the winds cooperate, Skaket Beach for some site fishing. Any other suggestions for that area for someone on foot?
If anyone is around Monday and Tuesday and would like to join us let me know.

Thanks,
Quinn

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