|03-19-2011 01:10 AM|
First fisherman arrive too....
While on patrol tonight, I checked Red River beach one last time at 2345hrs and found two guys fishing off the last jetty at the east end of the lot.
"We're all anxious, but a little early boys"
report read: G14 clear investigated, License checked, no action required.
|03-17-2011 04:59 PM|
RI was 44F yesterday. Today and tomorrow will be in the sixties.
Cooler next week though. I think the first scouts will be in RI in two weeks.
|03-15-2011 09:53 AM|
Wow...42! Looks like an early spring and maybe an early start to the season.
50 degrees should bring in some 'scouts"....at this point, stripers even with one stripe will do
|03-15-2011 09:44 AM|
|boatdrinks||Yeah let me know. I should be on the river most weekends in April. I'll be in the Keys the first week of May but most of April should be clear.|
|03-15-2011 09:41 AM|
|03-14-2011 01:33 PM|
oh, and I was just reading this morning that the Lake fishers are pissed because they are having to pull their bob houses off the Lake due to melting & thin ice.
They are also three weeks early
|03-14-2011 01:30 PM|
I was going to hit the Shenendoah NP for brookies, but I may take you up on that
|03-14-2011 09:31 AM|
|boatdrinks||herring are in the Potomac, at least they were before the 5 inches of rain. About 5 more degrees in the Potomac and the bass and herring will arrive. If any fellow cape codders are in the DC area in late March through early May let me know and we can do some striper/shad fishing.|
|03-13-2011 05:44 PM|
Fish of any nature are welcome!!! 20 more degrees of water temps and our friends will be here ready to eat something
|03-12-2011 09:02 PM|
first herring are here
scouts reported at Falmouth and Wareham Runs today