I started fishing Cape Cod when I was 5 and have been hooked ever since! I have my Dad to thank for that. We fished for years out of a 12 foot aluminum skiff powered by a 6hp. We chased stripers, bluefish and even tuna in that thing. I feel in love with the Cape Cod fishing lifestyle, and as a result My Fishing Cape Cod was born. MFCC was created for people who love fishing on Cape Cod. It is a place to learn and to share the fishing experience with others. Good luck, tight lines, and be sure to remember that catching fish is always just a bonus!
“I just want to share a thanks to all on this site, and the wonderful contributors who help out newbies to the canal like me. I have spent most of my surf fishing life from Cape beaches (especially Nauset) and the north shore. But with a recent move closer to the Cape (and the amount of seals on the outer beaches) I made a decision to focus on the canal to fish.I have never fished the canal until this week, and with the help of all of the info on this site, the forums and the members, I didn't feel lost, out of place or intimidated by the ditch."
Thank you for all the work you do and information you provide-it has helped me more than you know. I've grown up my whole life fishing the North Shore, mainly the Merrimack River and Plum Island beaches/estuaries. A few months ago things cooled down up that way so I took my first trip to the canal and was immediately hooked-probably because it was a new challenge and something I could set my mind to. With help of lots of research/trial and error, and the MFCC Canal Forum, I have found multiple favorite spots, techniques, etc. which led to me catching just shy of 20 keeeper-size bass this year from the canal, which were all c&r.