The day started with an hour and 15 min drive to Yarmouthport to meet up with my buddy then off to Wequaquet, problem was I forgot my sniper rifle to deal with the water skiers, lol, caught a few smallies and off to Santuit we went Never been here before, ominous storm clouds moving in, had a friend call me from Great South in Plymouth and say he had to pack up because of the lightening and rain. 20 Minutes in the sky opens up, its Frog Togg Time, on with the rain gear and on with the bite, which lit up like the Christmas Tree in Time Square Withing in 5 minutes of the rain starting the temp had dropped about 15 degrees and we had already put about 10 fish in the boat, this continued for about 3 hours, fish after fish after fish, Ive never seen anything like it. I burnt through 5 bags of Berkley Havoc Pit Boss Creatures, (3) Black and Blue (1) June Bug and (1) Green Pumpkin Didnt get that many photos due to the weather but at least 15 of the 55 Bass were 3 to 3.5 lbs the other 35 were between 2 and 3lbs. Missed about 20 hooksets too, and know a few of them were at least 5 plus. Both of my thumbs are ripped up so bad from lipping Bass all day! Sorry the report is not really detailed, its 10:30pm now gotta sleep heading back down the cape at 3:30 am FISH HARD YA'LL
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