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Old 03-31-2009, 03:12 PM   #1
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Hello all.

I have had good luck with the Captain Seagull's charts. I have GPS, but like the wide scope you can see with a chart.

For fishing CC Bay, East of Chatham (no canyons) and east of Block Island, does anyone have any suggestions on other charts and their numbers?

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Old 04-01-2009, 05:36 AM   #2
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Getting numbers from someone is like asking for someones secret bass spot. Good luck. As for charts CPT.SEAGULL is fine for what you are looking to do.

The best way to find good spots is watch what nature is showing you and spend many hours on the water. Network but that means sharing real info that is valuable to the other. The tight knit sharpie networks take years to break into if ever when the money fish show it is cutthroat at best even in those circles.



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Getting numbers from someone is like asking for someones secret bass spot. Good luck. As for charts CPT.SEAGULL is fine for what you are looking to do.

The best way to find good spots is watch what nature is showing you and spend many hours on the water. Network but that means sharing real info that is valuable to the other. The tight knit sharpie networks take years to break into if ever when the money fish show it is cutthroat at best even in those circles.
I believe he is asking for the specific chart number so he could purchase it.
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I believe he is asking for the specific chart number so he could purchase it.
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Old 04-01-2009, 12:43 PM   #5
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clc nailed it.

I know better than to ask for someone's numbers. I was really interested in the numbers of the charts themselves.

My goal this year, is to acclimate to the new boat, get some offshore hours under my belt. Land a few tuna and share G2 with others.

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