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Big Mid-July Stripers from the 12ft Tin Boat

Ryan Collins

This July my friend Jason and I have been catching big striped bass during broad daylight from our 12ft tin boat.

With no sonar or GPS, catching big fish from the tin boat is definitely a more "primal" fishing experience, which is proving to be a ton of fun!

I grew up fishing with my dad on a tin boat just like this one, using the same 6 horse power Johnson engine you'll see featured in the below video. 

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Incredibly that 6 horse power Johnson is 21 years old and still going strong!

The general public can click play below for a video preview of our latest tin boat fishing trip. My Fishing Cape Cod members can access the full 8+ minute video by clicking the download beneath this video preview.

Tin Boat Fishing - FULL VIDEO

Members of My Fishing Cape Cod can download the full 8+ minute video to learn more about:

  • The specific technique used during this trip
  • The key to locating big fish in broad daylight
  • General areas on Cape Cod where we've been fishing

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Tight lines and take care!

  1. I’m taking my 15 ft vhaul out more with 9.9 Just have to find safe areas hah

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    1. Lots of great places worth exploring where its safe and protected. Check out all the bays and harbors. Places like Popponesset, Wellfleet, Barnstable, Plymouth, Pleasant Bay, the 3 Bays area in Cotuiot, Waquoit and many others. ✌🏻

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  2. Looks like you got into some great fish. OnTheWater recently put out a video fishing in the same manner around Boston, hoping to book a charter with some of my less fishing-experienced friends this fall. Have never fished this way before but it looks like a blast.

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    1. It’s simple fishing and a lot of fun – as long as the weather is good!

      Thanks for checking out the video Ben and I will have to go watch that On The Water piece.

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  3. Those are some nice fish from the tin boat! Great trip and well documented as always.

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    1. Gotta love the simple fishing that comes with a small boat!

      How has the canal been treating you lately?

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      1. It’s been pretty good, as I am sure you have heard. It’s an easy pre-work trip although I am planning to hit the surf a little more soon.

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        1. Very nice!

          And regarding the surf, I am also inspired to give the beach a try again after seeing David’s 48 incher which is in first place in the derby! https://myfishingcapecod.com/mfcc-derby/

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          1. That is one EPIC catch!

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