May 27, Rainy and Cold. Perfect!

May 27, Rainy and Cold. Perfect!

Today’s weather is foul, but the fish are here, so dress up and go fishing. Rainy and about 55 degrees, but not too windy. Don Lappin absolutely loves these conditions, especially on the flats. He’s been having great success using white bucktails jerked along in the shallows and along the dropoffs.

 

Nate went out last night on the beach and was connecting for a while on nearly every cast. He was using needlefish. Back out again today he’s not had such luck, but with the tide at 2:40 pm it my light up again.

 

Cause it’s such a cold, wet day, I thought I’d add my so-far favorite photo from the archives. Lucia Morelli from 1968 with a lovely June fish.

 

luciamorelli

James Waldron
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3 Comments
  • Tallman (Jeff)
    Posted at 10:26h, 28 May

    WENT TO THE CAPE CANAL TUES NIGHT, HAMMERED THEM. THEN DROVE STRAIGHT TO THE PLUM JETTY AT 5AM. BLITZES ALL OVER THE MOUTH.. LIKE A KID IN THE CANDY STORE. TONS OF QUALITY FISH. BIGGEST 40.5 INCH MY BUDDY CAUGHT ON TOPWATER. 33-37’S TYPICAL. FISHED PARKING LOT 1 FOR INCOMING. CAUGHT 2 33IN. AND TO THINK ITS ONLY GOING TO GET BETTER..

  • Nate
    Posted at 12:58h, 28 May

    So, I have always fished the mouth of the river, on the rocks or besides them, but I want to try somewhere new. If I go into the refuge where should I fish? Any help would be great. Thanks.

  • admin
    Posted at 14:34h, 28 May

    Nate,
    The only access to the beach this time of year is in parking lots 1, 3, and 7. Eithero of those palaces have been producing early in the morning. At lot 7 there is a large boulder field called Emerson Rocks. That’s a good place, especially at the end of the tide. You can also walk all the way around the southernmost point of the island and find fish coming out of the Parker River. Good luck.

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