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New Podcast: Friday August 2nd Cape Cod Fishing Report

Kevin Collins

Weekly Podcast Host

Welcome to another edition of the My Fishing Cape Cod Podcast. This is your host Kevin Collins back with you for episode #13 of the 2019 season.

We have another great show for you today with our usual cast of characters reporting on how the fishing has been throughout the Cape & Islands region.

Please click here to download this podcast, or scroll below to learn more about what to expect.


Ryan Collins

MFCC Founder

This week Ryan reports on how the Cape Cod Bay striped bass fishing has been from shore, kayak and boat. In general big bass are still hard to come by, however bluefin tuna are here in big numbers. On Tuesday Ryan even had a giant tuna go airborne about 300 yards off the bow of his kayak!

Evan Eastman

Eastman's Sport & Tackle

Next up is our friend Evan Eastman of Eastman's Sport & Tackle in Falmouth, MA. Bonito fishing is heating up at the Hooter and is providing anglers with a great alternative to slow bass fishing. Fishing from shore in the Falmouth area has not changed much, with mostly schoolies. Anglers are finding some success along the Elizabeth Islands (including Cuttyhunk) with fish in the 35 inch class.

Jeff Miller

Canal Bait & Tackle

Next up is our good friend Jeff Miller of Canal Bait & Tackle. The best bass fishing on Cape Cod right now is at the Canal. The canal lit up this week with life and an influx of tinker mackerel. Both ends of the canal as well as the middle part of the canal are fishing great, and hopefully the action will last throughout the weekend.

To listen to this week's podcast, please click play below 👇

  1. Hi guys,
    John from Colorado here ,Will be out in Cape Cod with my lady and grandkids second week of September ,can’t wait ,I’m hoping the Fish will wait for me!I absolutely look forward to your podcast each and every week ,It is the next best thing other than being there! Tight lines, count me in on the lures!

  2. Great job podcast,hey Ryan should consider tuna watchn trips…beats whale watchn…not sure but could be first one to do it….

    1. Glad you enjoyed the podcast!

      For the first 90% of my most recent tuna trip, it was a combination of whale watching and tuna watching.

      We could literally see tuna cruising and milling about just under the surface, but could not get them to bite!

      Regardless it was super cool to just watch the fish, and we did finally get a bite from a nice 350lber at the end of the trip.


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