November 24, 2022

Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at My Fishing Cape Cod!In today's episode we start by chatting with Ryan Collins of MFCC, who gives us updates for tautog fishing in Falmouth and late-season stripers inside Cape Cod Bay.Sam Mullin of the Goose Hummock Shop gives his tuna report and striper ...

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The My Fishing Cape Cod Thanksgiving Fishing Report
November 21, 2022

As we move into the cold weather months, I plan on integrating new upgrades and improvements to the My Fishing Cape Cod website. Most recently I have been working on improving the layout of the recipes page, and I have also created a new separate page for seminars.I also wanted ...

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New Recipe & Seminar Pages
November 17, 2022

In this presentation you'll join my friend Garet and I for an evening of striped bass enlightenment at the Massachusetts Striped Bass Association! In this 55 minute presentation you'll see the fish you love to catch from angles and perspectives you've never seen before. Discover intriguing striper behavior as these ...

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15 Things You Never Knew Striped Bass Can Do
November 13, 2022

Over the years on My Fishing Cape Cod we've asked members to share their favorite bluefish recipes, and the response has been great! Through the forum, email and blog post comments, I was able to create a bluefish recipes e-book, with tried and beloved bluefish recipes, shared by members and ...

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Our Favorite Bluefish Recipes E-book (updated for 2022!)
November 11, 2022

*This post was originally published on November 10th, 2020.Ever since I was a little kid, I have heard anglers talking about smoking bluefish. I've eaten smoked bluefish before and I've always enjoyed it.However, it was not until the summer of 2020 that I finally tried smoking bluefish on my own. ...

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My First Experience Smoking Bluefish (and Our Smoked Bluefish Pâté Recipe)
November 9, 2022

I've had a lot of fun so far tautog fishing this fall on Cape Cod! I was also pretty excited at how this latest underwater footage came out.⁠Honestly, I never knew just how aggressive and competitive tautog could be until I reviewed this footage. In the rest of this blog ...

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I Never Knew Just How Competitive Tautog Could Be…Until I Saw This!
November 8, 2022

When you get fresh Cape Cod oysters, most of us go straight to shucking and eating them raw. After all, eating oysters straight from the shell with a bit of horseradish, lemon and cocktail sauce, or just on it's own, is for many of us the best, and only way, ...

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Our Favorite Cape Cod Oyster Stuffing Recipe
November 3, 2022

In today's report Ryan Collins of MFCC) tells us about the success he's having with tautog and black sea bass from his kayak. He also fills us in on the shore-based striper bite from the beaches and at the Cape Cod Canal. Ian Bragdon (Pro Staff Capt for The Goose ...

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November 3rd Cape Cod Fishing Report
November 3, 2022

This article was originally published on November 13th, 2016. It was just a little past sunrise as I was standing in 53 degree water that was up to the top of my chest waders, with a strong wind blowing and rain starting to come down in a torrent.I couldn’t help but ...

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Oystering Cape Cod | How To Get Started
November 2, 2022

This past Sunday afternoon I headed out freshwater fishing with MFCC member Jeff Coates, his son Jared, and MFCC member Mike Osborne and his son Lucas.This past spring and summer, Jared and Lucas participated as a team in Bassmaster High School. The duo fished several tournaments at lakes throughout New ...

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A Solid Fish at Sunset Saves the Day
November 1, 2022

*This recipe was originally published in April of 2019.Whew that's a big recipe name, huh? Well let me tell you, tautog with creamy tomatoes and cornmeal fried okra will soon be your new best friend.  Fall in New England always brings a big sigh of relief.  The busy summer tourist ...

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Tautog with Creamy Tomatoes and Cornmeal Fried Okra
October 31, 2022

Did you know that Massachusetts is considering matching Rhode Island’s “Trophy Tautog” rule? Massachusetts is considering adopting Rhode Island’s new rule that only 1 tautog out of daily bag limit can be over 21 inches long. ⁠⁠It’s not very often, if ever, that states take a voluntary reduction in any ...

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Massachusetts is Considering Adopting Rhode Island’s New “Trophy Tautog” Rule