Back in early June of the 2019 Cape Cod fishing season, I headed out to a beach in this general area of the Cape, during the middle of the afternoon to catch the high tide.
Striped bass had been coming extremely close to shore before and after high tide, which created a pretty cool sight-fishing for stripers opportunity.
For a lure I was casting what's become an "old reliable" striper lure for me. The 5.5 inch white ghost Dart Spin lure from A Band of Anglers proved to be a very effective bait for sight casting to these shallow water striped bass.
Throughout the afternoon I would walk along the beach stalking striped bass as if I was stalking bonefish in the tropics. The stripers were very aggressive and would readily bite the Dart Spin without much convincing.
This area of the Cape as well as many other spots throughout the region has many sandbars and flats which can produce fishing similar to what you'll see in the following video.
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More Sight Fishing and Flats Fishing on Cape Cod
Here on My Fishing Cape Cod we have quite a few posts and videos from my experiences surfcasting shallow water areas around the Cape. I have included some of my favorite posts below.
In addition, a quick search for "flats fishing" inside our private forum will reveal reports, posts and advice that's been shared over the years by our members.
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