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Ryan Collins

Creating new Cape Cod fishing content has been a daily ritual since I launched My Fishing Cape Cod in 2011.

Maintaining the website, social media channels, podcasts, forums, videos and now our TV show on NBC SportsBOSTON is a lot of work! However it is a labor of love and I enjoy it thoroughly. 

In this post I want to check-in and let you know what I've been working on most recently. I have a lot in store for MFCC members and fans alike, to help us get through the cold winter months which lay ahead.

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Watch TV Episodes Online

(coming this December)

Starting this December, a select number of episodes of My Fishing Cape Cod TV will be available for streaming here on the website. This has been a huge request, and I'm pumped to finally be able to share them online!

I plan to release one episode per week during December and during the first part of January. These episodes will be from seasons 1 and 2 of My Fishing Cape Cod TV. As long as you are on my mailing list you will be notified via email when episodes are available to watch online.

Brand new episodes of season 3 of My Fishing Cape Cod TV, presented by the Goose Hummock Shops and their online store TheMightyFish.com will air on NBC SportsBOSTON beginning Saturday January 11 at 9:30AM, with replays on Sundays. 


New Podcast: My Fishing Cape Cod Chronicles

(starting this Monday November 18)

Starting this Monday November 18 we will be sharing bi-weekly episodes of our new podcast The My Fishing Cape Cod Chronicles here on the website.

Our mission with this new podcast is to share the magic of Cape Cod through through interviews with local experts and members of the Cape Cod fishing community.

Each Chronicles episode will last around 25 minutes, and will include a written transcription of the podcast for people who prefer to read instead of listen. 

Stay tuned for the first Chronicles episode which I will publish here on the website this Monday morning November 18 at 9AM.


In Conclusion

With regards to producing new content, my main focus right now is on season 3 of My Fishing Cape Cod TV. I plan to create 6 brand new episodes from footage filmed this past summer.

Recently my friend and TV show editor Shane Uriot moved to Texas for work. This means I am personally doing the bulk of editing for the show! This has not provided me with much spare time for blogging and posting daily updates here on the website like I did during the summer.

So I apologize if my pace of blogging has slowed down a little this November, however I feel it is going to be worth it.

Here is a quick clip from the new season MFCC TV to help get your juices flowing 👇

Season #3 Quick Preview

Tight lines! 🎣

What do you think?

Let me know by commenting below.

  1. Oh good! Glad to have the dates early for the breakfast and meet ups. Looking forward to them.

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  2. It’s all good! Congrats and thank you for all your effort! MFCC is the BEST!

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    1. As always it’s great to have you onboard as a member Leslie. We have lots to look forward to this winter. In fact we just booked a MFCC breakfast at the Brookside Club in Bourne for February 22 and two meetups at Fishermen’s View on March 7 and 21. 👍

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  3. That video is amazing! Sometimes it’s more fun to just sit back and watch what is happening in front of you rather than catching.

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    1. Got that right Dex! I actually filmed that clip while on shore. The bass were about 300 yards off the beach and I never got a chance to make a cast at them. There were definitely some beauties in that school though. Would have been epic if I could have gotten out to them!

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  4. Ryan, there aren’t enough hours in the day for you, however, you continue to move forward with excellence and innovative content

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    1. Thanks Mike! To be honest, Cape Cod makes it easy to capture innovative content, because there are endless wildlife and fishing opportunities abound.

      I try to take the drone with me whenever I leave the house because you just never know what you might see. The Cape is definitely a very special place for wildlife, with endless photo/filming opportunities!

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  5. This is great news, Ryan. I’m excited to finally be able to watch MFCCTV! And that striper footage was great.

    I wonder if you could dangle a GoPro from your drone and dunk it in the water in the middle of a feed like this to get a squid’s-eye view of their impending doom. That would be intense.

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    1. Yes it is awesome news for sure! I am so happy to finally be able to publish most of the episodes here on the website for people from outside New England, and for folks who don’t have cable. I’m really looking forward to sharing them on MFCC this December.

      That is an interesting idea regarding the drone. I will put my thinking cap on and see what I can come up with. 👍

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