On the evening of Wednesday September 5th I met up with My Fishing Cape Cod members John Malloy and Shane Uriot, to do some shark fishing from my boat the Miss Loretta.
It was a picturesque late summer Cape Cod evening, with a refreshing southwest wind and beautiful sunset. I had a melancholic feeling in my gut, as I began to realize that fall (and stormier weather) is right around the corner.
By 6:00pm I had launched the boat, and the guys had all the sharking gear in order and ready to go. I put the engine in gear and began heading south through one of Cape Cod's most scenic and tranquil bays, en route to the brown shark grounds.
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Overall this trip was great!
It was my first time ever trying for brown sharks from my boat and to actually experience some success was a wonderful feeling. Big thanks to MFCC member John Malloy for guiding us and putting us on the sharks.
Tight lines and take care
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!