Weekly Podcast Host
Welcome to our first podcast episode of September 2020. Believe it or not, Labor Day Weekend is upon us-where did the summer go?
Today we chat with our usual panel of guests, including Ryan Collins of MFCC, Phil Howarth of the Goose Hummock, and Bruno Demir of Cape & Islands Mitsubishi.
In this podcast you'll learn all about the "monster-size" albies which have arrived on Cape. We'll also fill you in on the beach fishing, tuna fishing and much, much more.
My Fishing Cape Cod
We start this episode with a call to MFCC founder Ryan Collins, who was fresh off a surfcasting trip to the beaches Outer Cape Cod. Ryan hit some nice fish last night thanks to intel gleaned from the MFCC members' forum. Bass of 28-34 inches were hitting blurple swimmers right in the surf. Ryan also reports plenty of peanut bunker swarming along the coastline of the Cape.
Goose Hummock Shops
Next up is our good friend captain Phil Howarth of the Goose Hummock Shops in Orleans and Dennis. Phil has been "living the dream" and reports that the fishing has been fantastic. Albie fishing in the Lower Cape area has been really good, and they have been huge! Phil has heard of albies of up to 18 pounds being caught. The crew from the Goose have been doing well surfcasting the beaches of the Outer Cape during the middle of the night. There have also been hickory shad in the surf during the day, and Phil reports that small bluefins are showing up.
Cape & Islands Mitsubishi
Third in today's lineup is Bruno Demir - My Fishing Cape Cod member and owner of Cape & Islands Mitsubishi. Bruno has been targeting bonito by trolling around Martha's Vineyard, and he's also caught a few huge albies on the troll. Hedge Fence and Halfway Shoal are two other areas Bruno recommends trying for funny fish. There are still plenty of fluke around the Nantucket Shoals, as well as some black sea bass.
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Podcast Transcription (coming soon)