Hello and welcome to another edition of the 2018 My Fishing Cape Cod podcast! This episode was recorded Friday afternoon October 5th, and we have a ton of exciting news to share with you.
In this podcast you'll get the latest updates on bluefin tuna and albie fishing, along with striper and tautog. With plenty of bait around, we're hoping for some great fishing before the fish migrate south.
As always we are joined in this podcast by MFCC founder Ryan Collins and Jeff Miller of Canal Bait & Tackle. We're also joined our usual offshore contributor Sam Brown of the Goose Hummock Shops in Orleans & Dennis.
We kick off this episode with a call to MFCC founder Ryan Collins, who calls in during a windy tuna fishing trip off the tip of Provincetown.
The tuna fishing this past week was hot, especially off the Outer Cape. Ryan also had an encounter with a giant leatherback turtle stuck in a lobster pot line, which you can read about here.
Canal Bait & Tackle
Next up is 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 at the Cape Cod Canal.
During our call with Jeff you'll get the latest scoop on the bite at the canal, along with the best time and tides to target a large fall run striper before they move out the region for the season.
The Goose Hummock
We will cap off today's podcast episode our offshore cont, Sam of the Goose Hummock Shops in Orleans and Dennis, who you might recognize from season #1 of My Fishing Cape Cod TV on NBC SportsBOSTON.
Sam has numerous reports of tuna blitzing on top while feeding on half beaks. These tuna have been more than willing to attack plugs, and make for an unforgettable experience on spinning gear.
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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.