Weekly Podcast Host
Hello and welcome to another weekly episode of the 2019 My Fishing Cape Cod podcast.
Believe it or not, September is right around the corner. Where has the summer gone? I cannot believe it's Labor Day Weekend!
September is the month when you never know what you may see, as many different species of fish are now available in the waters surrounding Cape Cod & the Islands.
In addition, Ryan is giving away a new tuna lure from Striper Gear which is a company created by MFCC member and Falmouth resident Mike Webster! GIVEAWAY CLOSED!
Congrats to MFCC member Charlie Lewis who won the Sinking Shearwater lure from Striper Gear - a company created by MFCC member and Falmouth resident Mike Webster!
The lure is called a "Sinking Shearwater" and it is 7.5inches long and weighs 4.75oz.
If you are a member of MFCC, then you can enter the giveaway by simply leaving a comment at the bottom of this post. 👇
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We start this podcast with a call to Ryan who was on his way to meet MFCC member John Malloy for a night of brown shark fishing from shore. Ryan's also been targeting albies from shore, but he reports the fish to be frustratingly finicky. Peanut bunker are in Cape Cod Bay and also along the inlets of the Sounds.
Eastman's Sport & Tackle
Next up is our good friend Evan Eastman of Eastman's Sport & Tackle in Falmouth, MA. Evan reports that albies and bonito are all over Vineyard Sound, the Falmouth, Woods Hole, and Buzzard's Bay region. Fortunately for anglers fishing Buzzard's Bay, the albies are less finicky because the peanut bunker in Buzzard's Bay are larger than the bait in Vineyard and Nantucket Sound.
The Goose Hummock
We then check-in with Sam Brown of the Goose Hummock Shops in Orleans and Dennis. Folks down at the Goose are gearing up for albies and bonito in Nantucket Sound. Same also talks bluefin tuna, in preparation for the commercial tuna season re-opening on September 1st. The Goose Hummock also has a lot of great deals available this Labor Day Weekend, and Sam goes through them all in detail.
Canal Bait & Tackle
We wrap up today's episode with a call to Jeff Miller of Canal Bait & Tackle, and as always, Jeff provides us with a full Cape Cod Canal fishing report. According to Jeff, albies are on the threshold of entering the Canal, as they have been feeding outside the West End. Finally some bigger bass moved into the canal this past week, with fish of 45-50 inches taken on Thursday.
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I’m fortunate to have grown up on the beach, and I’ve been fishing since kindergarten. I have great family, friends and fishing experiences to be thankful for. Just being out there is enough-catching fish is just a bonus!