January 7 2020

Season 3 of MFCC TV Will Begin on February 8


Ryan Collins

Previously I had announced that season 3 of MFCC TV would begin airing this coming weekend on January 11. 

However, today I want to let you know the start of the season has been pushed back to February 8. This is great news because now the tv season will better coincide with when most people start getting excited again about spring fishing!

If you would like to watch a quick preview of what's to come, then please click play below to view the 30 second trailer.


Episode number one will air at 9:30am on Saturday February 8. In this first episode I fish a remote beach on Cape with MFCC member and US Navy veteran Anthony Besaw.

Anthony was a great guest and he contributed a lot of tips, advice and value to this episode. I think you'll enjoy coming along on this adventure with us.

In addition, at the end of this episode we will be giving away a brand new Van Staal VR50 spinning reel! Make sure to watch the entire episode right until the very last second to learn how you can enter.

Commercial breaks during season 3 will be kept to a minimum. Plus during commercial breaks I have included "bonus segments" about gear and tackle we use during the show, and about the wildlife we encounter. 

I hope you will be tuning-in to NBC Sports Boston come Saturday February 8th at 9:30am. It would be great to have you following along with the show!

Tight lines ?

  • Hi , Ryan
    I was wondering if your are doing any episodes in freshwater on kayaks again ? If so I would love to join you . I am a avid kayak fisherman. I fish a lot of tournaments and I am fishing in the the national championship in Alabama in the April . I have a place in wellfleet and fish around there a lot . Thanks Domenic

    • That sounds cool Domenic. I have not done a freshwater kayak episode yet. No guarantees but I do fish each season with members of My Fishing Cape Cod. There is definitely no shortage of great places to freshwater fish on Cape, especially via kayak!

      Have you gotten lucky with any 8+ pound bass yet on Cape Cod? I know there are some huge ones in some of the kettle ponds in your area.

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