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Black Sea Bass Season Opens Tomorrow | Friday May 17 Podcast


Kevin Collins

Weekly Podcast Host

Hello and welcome to another addition of the 2019 My Fishing Cape Cod podcast. It's a pleasure to be back with you!

Memorial Day Weekend is right around the corner, and we're hoping big fish are too. On this podcast we have our usual cast of characters, updating us on how the fishing is throughout the Cape region.

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Ryan Collins

MFCC Founder

We kick off this podcast with a quick call to Ryan of MFCC. Over the past few days Ryan has been pre-fishing for tomorrow's Cheeky Schoolie Tournament. Ryan reports finding plenty of 20-27 inch stripers while fishing the Barnstable area.

Jeff Miller

Canal Bait & Tackle

Next up is our good friend Jeff Miller of Canal Bait & Tackle. Jeff has been busy getting the shop ready for the season, and reports stripers of up to 34 inches taken from the canal. There are still herring trickling in, but mackerel are most prolific off the East End, with pogies at the West End.

Evan Eastman

Eastman's Sport & Tackle

Batting third in today's podcast episode is our exciting new guest, Evan Eastman of Eastman's Sport & Tackle in Falmouth, MA. Evan is excited about how well the Bruins are playing! He also reports more action with schoolies and small keepers. Worm hatches are happening around Cape and giant scup and big tautog are still biting in Vineyard Sound and Buzzard's Bay.

Sam Brown

The Goose Hummock

Next up we welcome Sam Brown of the Goose Hummock Shops in Orleans and Dennis. Sam reports good fishing for flounder and stripers in the 30 inch class in Cape Cod Bay and Nantucket Sound. With black sea bass season opening tomorrow, Sam plans to try Nantucket Sound and possibly Buzzard's Bay.

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  1. Fishing R I and MA from my boat the Mad Mother I have chased the migration up and down the coast starting in May around block Island then in July moving to Falmouth fishing hedge fence as well as nomans island then in August up to pines point Maine just to head back down to RI to get some albies and gaunt fluke I would love to talk fishing techniques as everyone has there own tricks for different species and seasons

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    1. Sounds awesome Mike! What an adventure that must of been. I hope this year goes just as well for you.

      Myself and the other members here on the site would love to hear more about your trips, and we’d be happy to discuss techniques/trips. Definitely introduce yourself in the forum when you get the chance 👉 community.myfishingcapecod.com/

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