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Spring Fishing

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Spring fishing is around the corner, however, if you go outside today you’d wonder why.  It’s chilly.  And windy.   Oh yeah, that’s a Cape Cod spring.

The whales are in the bay.  Right whales in record numbers.  The herring are making their way up the runs into the ponds for their last hurrah.

And the Gravy (my boat) slowly is being rebuilt into a lean machine.  Brian’s Outboards has rebuilt the stringers with “corecell” foam which is 90% impermeable.  No more rot on this boat!!!!

May 15th!  That’s the date I plan for the boat to be in the water and ready to go!  Cross your fingers!

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