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Cape Cod Black Sea Bass Fishing Is “On Fire”

Kevin Collins

Weekly Podcast Host

Hello and welcome to another edition of the My Fishing Cape Cod Podcast, here on

This is episode #4 of the 2019 podcast season. For me at least, it's hard to believe that it's already almost June!

First up on this week's show is MFCC founder Ryan Collins, followed by our usual cast of characters from the Goose Hummock, Canal Bait & Tackle and Eastman's Sport & Tackle.

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Ryan Collins

MFCC Founder

We launch this podcast by having a conversation with MFCC founder Ryan Collins, who gives us a detailed run-down of all the activity in the My Fishing Cape Cod private forum. The forum has been very active so far this season - it's a great place to meet other people who live, vacation and fish on Cape Cod. The forum is also a great place to get your questions answered, to get updates on the fishing, plus much more.

Jeff Miller

Canal Bait & Tackle

Next up is our good friend Jeff Miller of Canal Bait & Tackle. Jeff is coming off a very busy Memorial Day Weekend at the shop. The West End of the canal has produced several big fish this week for anglers jigging soft plastics on the bottom. Mackerel are the most prolific bait right now in the canal, but squid are also starting to move in. Jeff also heard of 40 pound bass that was caught from a boat in Buzzard's Bay.

Evan Eastman

Eastman's Sport & Tackle

Up next is Evan Eastman of Eastman's Sport & Tackle in Falmouth, MA. Evan has been shore fishing all throughout Falmouth and reports plenty of schoolies in the estuaries, and around bridges and moving water. Evan reports bass up to 40 inches, and even some bluefish being caught from boats. The shoals of Vineyard Sound are producing as well, and the black sea bass fishing remains epic. Fluke however, is off to a slow start.

Sam Brown

The Goose Hummock

We cap off today's show with Sam Brown of the Goose Hummock Shops in Orleans and Dennis. Sam reports epic black sea bass fishing in Buzzard's Bay as well as off Hyannis in Nantucket Sound. According to Sam, the first week of June is when fishing for larger stripers heats up consistently. The inlets of Nantucket Sound during the outgoing tide are a good bet for bass right now from shore. The Outer Beaches of Cape Cod are producing strong numbers of schoolies.

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