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CAPE CODMA?!?!?

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the day the ice is out (about a month ago).  It only stops when the ice is too thin to walk on and too thick to break through :)

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I think the best fishing is mid April to end of May, but you can pretty much fish from boat or shore from when the ice melts until it freezes over again.  Ice fishing is another story.  They should be spawning at some point within the next month.  (hoping they're shallow this weekend)

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I see your from Florida or were anyway. Must be some BIG bass down there? Anyway up here we all start fishing as soon as the lakes/ponds are ice free. You will catch them, But it is just slow as the water is still a bit chilly. Water was 51 where I was today in southern NH and I got a 2 pounder with a jig. I would say late May they will be more aggessive, But hey get out there and it a shot now. Good luck.

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Fishing started for me in MA March 22 :)

Monday, Cape Cod

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Souteast MA, March 22 & April 2nd

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I've got to say this is the BEST Forum on the web. Everyone on here is great.

I'm looking to get my PB up here in MA I got mine down in FLA a few years ago I'll put a pic up later

Thanks every see you on the water!!

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This is a great forum. If you have anymore questions fire away as we will try to help.

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