November fishing for fans and members of My Fishing Cape Cod has produced plenty of schoolie stripers, big brown trout, largemouth bass and plenty other species.
In this post I would like to quickly highlight some of the most impressive recent catches.
If your photo or catch did not make this list, then have no worries! There were honestly too many good ones to choose from, and I just don't have the time to add them all to this post.
You can access the list of the top 5 catches (in no particular order) below.
#1 - White Perch On The Fly
Angler: Todd Holden - member of MFCC since July 2018
Date of catch: November 11
You can learn more about fly fishing for white perch by reading Todd's extremely informative forum posts.
#2 - Tog & Stripers
Angler: Leslie Kalinowski - member of MFCC since February 2018
Date of catch: October 27
You can learn more about Leslie's trip by reading her forum posts.
#3 - Bass From The Beach
Angler: Mike Marcus - member of MFCC since March 2017
Date of catch: November 6
You can learn more about Mike's recent trips by reading his forum posts.
#4 - Big Brown Trout
Anglers: Anthony Besaw (member since 2017), Nick Beltramini (member since May 2019) and Kevin Conway (member since 2015)
Date of catches: Oct 23 - Oct 27
You can learn more about brown trout fishing on Cape Cod by staying up to speed on the Trout Time 2019-2020 thread.
#5 - 71" Bluefin Tuna
Angler: Kyle Wiley - member of MFCC since 2016
Date of catch: November 5
You can stay up-to-date on the tuna fishing this fall by following the Tuna fisherman wanting to team up thread.
Sure the saltwater fishing season is winding down, and the cold weather is quickly approaching. Nevertheless it makes me happy to know that big fish are still out there and actively feeding.
Whether it be bluefin tuna or brown trout, Cape Cod certainly has a diverse range of fisheries and ecosystems that remain active well after the summer tourist season ends.