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Our mission to inspire people of all ages to get outside & fish, and to instill in our viewers an appreciation of Cape Cod's unique natural environment and fisheries.
Our first season included a lot of surfcasting and boat fishing for stripers, fly fishing, inshore striper fishing (and more) in various locales all throughout Cape Cod.
Filming the first season was quite an adventure to say the least. We hope you tuned-in to catch one of our episodes, but in case you missed out we will be publishing all season #1 episodes here on the website this coming spring.
It’s fall on Cape Cod, and big striped bass and bluefish are running in the surf. Join host Ryan Collins of myfishingcapecod.com and Dave Steeves of the Goose Hummock Shops, for a morning of big surf (and big fish) on topwater plugs and the fly rod.
Join Ryan and 3rd year myfishingcapecod.com member Doug Blanchard for a trip into the wilderness of Lower Cape Cod.
Learn about fly fishing this magical area of the Cape, as the guys explore the bays, beaches and dunes of the National Seashore - and ultimately encounter a mile long school, consisting of tens of thousands of juvenile striped bass.
Cape Cod is home to hundreds of kettle ponds, created by receding glaciers roughly 18,000 years ago. These ponds have been designated as ecological, recreational, and aesthetic treasures by the Massachusetts Natural Heritage Program for their biodiversity and rare species.
Many kettle ponds are home to various species of trout, which can be caught from shore with bait and lures. Join host Ryan Collins of myfishingcapecod.com, and Danny and Sam from the Goose Hummock Shops, for an educational introduction to Cape Cod’s kettle pond trout fishery.
Constructed in the early 1900’s, the Cape Cod Canal is an important shipping route and popular fishing destination. Join host Ryan Collins of myfishingcapecod.com and the crew from Canal Bait & Tackle, as they cruise the banks of the canal and fish from a boat outside the canal’s East End - providing viewers with a rarely seen perspective of the canal’s unique environment and productive fisheries.
Catching fish is just a bonus - fishing with family and friends is what it’s really all about. Join host Ryan Collins of myfishingcapecod.com, his dad Jake and Ryan’s cousin Chris Colbert, as they fish the sunrise from shore and the afternoon from boat. Learn how to fish eels, spook plugs, and tube and worm - plus get valuable advice about fishing the Cape with your family.
Take a step way from the beach and into the woods, for a morning of freshwater bass fishing with host Ryan Collins of myfishingcapecod.com and MFCC television producer Shane Uriot. Get a gorgeous view of what it can be like to freshwater fish on the Cape, and see just how therapeutic and relaxing freshwater fishing can be.