Recently I have been jumping around to a lot of different places based off land and water temperatures.
We've been getting a lot of really warm water actually everywhere, even up inside Cape Cod Bay, so I've been trying to play into that.
Over the past week I have been fishing off Ptown, all the way through the lower bay, east of Cape Cod a little bit and actually off the Vineyard.
Right now there is no steady rhythm and no huge pockets of fish, but I am having my good days and the bite has been pretty steady, just spread out in different areas.
With this really warm weather there should be a lot of little tuna and possibly white marlin that are going to be popping up just south of the Vineyard.
I am going to get started here shortly with shark trips, and during those shark trips we often run into white marlin and little bluefin.
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I am actually kind of hoping for some northerly or easterly winds to cool things off out here, but overall the fishing is not fantastic but pretty steady.
We are not having 50+ fish trips but we are still having fun on our trips.
We are starting to catch some of those bigger striped bass - the 30+ pounders all the way up to 40+ pound fish, which we are seeing "here and there."
Once again thanks for having me on MFCC. It looks like we have some beautiful weather coming in the forecast so I should be on the water everyday.
I actually just scheduled a My Fishing Cape Cod group trip for this coming Friday morning July 22nd.
Cullen is a full time guide and charter captain at Cape Star Charters. He grew up commercial fishing on Cape Cod with his dad. Cullen has experience catching everything from scup, to 800 pound giant bluefin tuna.