|07-07-2001 10:42 PM|
I will be doing a scout trip at 4am tomorrow. I need to head home for family duties around 8:30/9:00am so will be rowing out to an island shoal in an area where there have been big fish lately on the Cape.
Report to follow...
|07-06-2001 11:20 PM|
I'd love to try one of these trips.
|07-06-2001 05:37 PM|
I would be up for a yak attack the weekends of July 14th and July 21st. This weekend I am decidedly out of commission.
Let me know what dates you guys have in mind.
|07-06-2001 12:11 PM|
If a canoe can be included I would like to go. I could also take one or two people who do not have a yak.
|07-06-2001 12:00 PM|
Yak Attack Sorties
I am not sure if I want to buy a yak so I want to rent from my good friend Donny Baker at Sesuit Creek Outfitters and try a few scenarios that I have been thinking a lot about lately.
One of them is Pleasant Bay, although it can be a schoolie show it's also got some nice fish and is an inside bay with open ocean tide flushes on a daily basis.
Another is the bayside flats between Sandy Neck, Brewster, all the way to Wellfleet there are great flats to paddle out to.
Monomoy is another place where a yak opens up the options in a big way.
Soon the south cape will be the target when tunoids arrive.
So I propose the first Yak attack for Bayside flats before the large fish move out to Billingsgate - which they have not really done yet this year. I am sure they will leave the inshore flats soon, but right now fish in the mid-thirty inch class are pretty regular there.
The second yak attack could be either monomoy or pleasant bay.
Then the tunoids.
Saturdays are best for me, and parking is a consideration. I have an open bed truck and could take a good # of yaks to the launch of we wanted to split the parking ticket ;-)
A few things to think thru here...