Cod & Haddock

November 4, 2023

My father-in-law always used to say that “prior proper planning, prevents piss poor performance.” So in that light, today I began organzing the 2024 My Fishing Cape Cod Season Kickoff Workshop! The event is scheduled for the morning of Saturday March 30th at the Cape Cod Conference Center in Hyannis. At this year’s kickoff we’ll have

October 26, 2023

Bruno DemirIn our final weekly podcast of the 2023 season, we begin by checking in with Bruno Demir of Cape & Islands Mitsubishi. Bruno provides a great Cod, Pollock, and Haddock report from out east. He also touches on Blue Fin Tuna, Tautog, as well as a full report from the Monomoy Rips.Amy WrightstonNext on

April 6, 2023

*This post was originally published on May 6th, 2022. Today I wanted to re-publish this post because the spring is a productive time to target haddock not far offshore in Massachusetts Bay. I’ve really been looking forward to haddock fishing this spring, so when I got a text from My Fishing Cape Cod member Eddy

March 30, 2023

When it comes to cod, the first thing that comes to most people’s minds is offshore deepwater fishing. While most successful cod fishing takes place in cold, deepwater grounds, there are oases closer to shore that provide pretty reliable fishing if you know what to look for. When conditions are right (and when the small cod season window

March 19, 2023

Today’s haddock recipe includes a super creamy, rich and totally delicious florentine sauce, full of fresh spinach and sun dried tomatoes. I don’t want to toot my own horn, but we’ve got a real winner on our hands here!  The florentine sauce tastes like it has tons of butter and cream in it, but it

March 4, 2023

In this episode of My Fishing Cape Cod, it’s springtime on Cape, and saltwater species are migrating back into the region. In today’s show, we start by targeting big tautog from shore. Later in the episode we join captain Jimmy the Greek of On Time Charters for a morning of haddock fishing. Tight lines! 🎣

February 12, 2023

Salty prosciutto, flakey wild-caught cod, fresh lemon juice, and fresh rosemary sprigs come together to make this Prosciutto Wrapped Cod an absolutely irresistible and easy dish to make.   I feel this dish is worthy of restaurant status. An added bonus – the whole recipe comes together in about 20 minutes!   If you’re bored with the

August 19, 2022

Nick CalabreseAs a member of My Fishing Cape Cod (@ncalabrese) and a life-long recreational fishermen it was a great privilege to present some of my research in Fisheries Science at the Cod and Coffee event back in March. When Ryan asked if I would like to write an article with a more detailed look at

July 11, 2022

Yesterday I started in earnest what I call my ‘combo’ trips. As more of a weekend angler with my family and friends, at this time of the year I launch at 5am at Stage Harbor and chase Stripers and Blues out off Monomoy.  After a couple hours a choice is made to either fluke fish or

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