Hello and welcome to the 10th episode of the 2018 My Fishing Cape Cod podcast. This episode was recorded a mere 2 hours ago, in an effort to ensure we provide you with the freshest intel for this upcoming weekend.
In this podcast you will learn how the fishing has been the last 24 hrs at the canal and in various locales throughout Cape Cod.
As always we are joined in this podcast by MFCC founder Ryan Collins and Jeff Miller of Canal Bait & Tackle. Plus this week we welcome a new special guest to the show, captain Phil Howarth who is co-owner of the Goose Hummock Shops in Orleans and Dennis.
We kick off this week with a call to MFCC founder Ryan Collins, who has been fishing the waters of Cape Cod Bay extensively over the past 7 days.
Ryan has been fishing the bay both from his boat and from shore. He gives us a full update on the fishing at Provincetown, Billingsgate Shoal, and in other areas, plus he tells us the exact lures and techniques he's been using.
Goose Hummock Shops
Next up is captain Phil Howarth of the Goose Hummock Shops in Orleans & Dennis. This is the first time we've had Phil on the podcast and we are excited to welcome him to the show.
Phil provides us with a wealth of information on the striped bass bite off Chatham, as well as tips for targeting sea bass, fluke and a variety of other species in Nantucket Sound.
Canal Bait & Tackle
We cap off today's podcast episode with our good friend Jeff Miller of Canal Bait & Tackle. We talk with Jeff each and every week on the podcast for the latest intel about what's happening along the banks of the Cape Cod Canal.
As always Jeff provides us with a full Cape Cod Canal fishing report for not just striped bass, but also for other species such as squid, tautog, sea bass, and fluke.
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Kevin produces the podcasts here on MFCC. Kevin also produces all the podcasts for the New England Patriots, the Revolution, Boston College and many other elite programs across the country. However Kevin’s first love was the ocean – he has salt in his veins.