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Cape Cod Fishing Report | Early April 2021

The spring migration of striped bass is about 3 weeks away from reaching Cape Cod. Fishing for squid, haddock and tautog will also heat up as we progress into the month of April.

This podcast was recorded on April 9th, and in this show you'll get fishing reports from Ryan Collins, MFCC members Bruno Demir and John Figmic, and Erik Wisniewski from the Goose Hummock Shops.

Our next fishing report podcast will be two weeks from today, but once the Cape Cod  saltwater fishing season really gets going we will plan on publishing these fishing reports and podcasts weekly.

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This Week’s Top Catches

The weather is warming up, and so is the fishing! With each passing day, more members from the MFCC community are getting out and catching fish.

In this post, I'd like to highlight just a few of the notable catches I have seen over the past several days from inside our members forum.

As a thank you for sharing your catches, each angler featured in this post will be sent their choice of a free My Fishing Cape Cod gaiter or hat!

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Youth Angler Giveaways Are Back!

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All MFCC anglers 18 years of age and younger are welcome to enter our youth angler giveaway series!

I started doing these giveaways during the holidays, and now I would like to get them going again for the 2021 fishing season.

If you are 18 years of age or younger and have not already entered, then please leave a comment at the bottom of this post to get your name included in the next giveaway!

Thank you to all the members of My Fishing Cape Cod who have donated tackle and equipment for me to use in these giveaways-I really appreciate it! 🙌🏻

Please scroll below to learn more about the items and winners of the youth angler giveaway series.

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Wooden Lure Making with Anthony Besaw

Wooden lure making is a passion for many anglers, and today we have a brand new interview all about making wooden lures.

If you've ever been interested in learning more about plug building and wooden lure making, then this podcast is for you.

On this podcast we speak with My Fishing Cape Cod member Anthony Besaw (pictured below). 👇

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“Big Mac” Fish Burger Sauce

Calling all fish burger fans!!  This sauce is a total game changer. 

With just a few pantry staples and about 5 minutes of your time, you can quickly make it while your burgers are cooking and store leftovers for up to a week.

So far we've tested this sauce with shrimp burgers, mahi burgers, drizzled over fish tacos and used as a dip with fries.  

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The New Kill Switch Regulation; 5 Safety Items That Could Save Your Life

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Hello My Fishing Cape Cod! My name is Doug Peebles and I've been a member of My Fishing Cape Cod since August of 2020.

I split my fishing time between Cape Cod and Florida, and I often fish alone 10-20 miles offshore. Recently I emailed Ryan to let him know about a new kill switch regulation which is starting on April 1, 2021.

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Cape Cod Fishing Report | Early Spring 2021

The saltwater fishing season is still several weeks away, but freshwater fishing on Cape has been red hot. Today we have a lineup of guests who are ready to share their latest fishing reports with you.

This is the earliest in the season we have ever published one of these fishing reports. Can you tell we are just a little bit excited for spring fishing!?

Our next fishing report podcast will be two weeks from today, but once the Cape Cod  saltwater fishing season really gets going we will plan on publishing these fishing reports and podcasts weekly.

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Herring Are On Their Way To Cape Cod

Each spring, herring migrate from the open ocean into Cape Cod streams and rivers.  

For centuries on Cape Cod, river herring were harvested for many different reasons.  However today, they are a protected species.

According to what I've heard, herring have so far been spotted in Middleboro and Orleans. Have you seen any herring? Please let me know by commenting below!

I personally have not yet seen any, although I haven't really been looking for them. Last year I spotted herring for the first time at the Bournedale herring run on April 9th. 

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Getting Started With Lobstering

Lobster fishing has been entrenched in our history for centuries. In colonial times, it was seen as peasant food made for the lower class citizens.

That notion has shifted dramatically since those times. Lobster is now one of the staple seafoods across the country and we’re lucky to have such an abundant resource right here in our New England waters!

Lobster can be made into a variety of dishes, from simple boiled lobster dinner to the more elaborate clambake. There’s no limit to what you can make with these tasty aquatic "bugs". 🦞

Many people don’t realize that fishing for these crustaceans is not only for the commercial fleet. Recreational fishermen, like myself, can do it too.

In this article, I'll share with you 8 tips for getting started recreational lobstering in Massachusetts. 👇

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Yellow Perch Fishing: Early March Freshwater Report

Yellow perch are native to Cape Cod's ponds, and fishing for yellow perch with lures and live bait can be very productive during late winter and early spring.

This past week on March 9th I headed out freshwater fishing in hopes of catching enough big yellow perch to make a meal.

Regardless of whether or not I caught any fish, I knew the simple act of getting back on the water would feel mighty good. I don't know about you, but Spring is almost here and I am excited to be fishing again.

You can continue reading below for my latest yellow perch freshwater fishing report. 🎣 👇

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