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Old 09-03-2009, 09:20 PM
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Any one playing hooky and plan on fishing in Rhody or the Cape?

I'm playing hooky tomorrow, and was planning on heading to Rhody or could even head to the Cape (Juro - any chance you'll wander away from the home office). Are the Albies still wandering the Rhody shore?

I'm planning on leaving very early morning.
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Old 09-04-2009, 12:12 AM
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Decision was Rhody, and I got nadah. Fished the breachways and hit some short sections of shore. Lots of small bait in the water, but nothing chasing it. No birds working as far as I could see. Talked to a few guys and they said it's been slow, although the Albies have been in. Talked to a guide and he said most of the action has been chasing the Albies by boat.

Guess I should have headed to the Cape. Anyone got a report from the Cape? Curious what I missed out on.
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