Wildlife & Nature

May 24, 2023

The winter flounder is also known as a "black back" and is native to the waters of New England. Both of the winter flounder's eyes are nearly always positioned on the right side of their body. They spend their time along the bottom, eating worms, clams, mussels and many other

April 22, 2023

Humpback whales were once ruthlessly hunted off Cape Cod, but today they have returned in amazing numbers.I filmed the video above a couple years ago during the summer in the general area of the Regal Sword. The Regal Sword is a sunken freighter that was built in Sweden back in 1961.

April 4, 2023

One event which many locals and visitors look forward to each spring is the arrival of river herring on Cape Cod. Herring migrate from the open ocean into Cape Cod's streams and rivers, en route to the freshwater ponds and lakes where they will spawn. For many centuries, perhaps thousands

August 22, 2022

See A Spout, Watch Out! is a partnership program between local environmental and government partners. This program gives boaters the tools they need to be prepared to share the seas with whales along the US Atlantic seaboard.  With the large amount of whale and marine wildlife activity we've seen this

August 12, 2022

This footage was originally published to the members' side of My Fishing Cape Cod in early August 2021. Today I wanted to re-share it because it's prime time for great white shark sightings on Cape Cod.These shots were taken off the Chatham coast while onboard a great white shark viewing

August 4, 2022

Over the past couple of weeks I have really enjoyed using my drone and underwater cameras to film fish and marine wildlife on Cape Cod. If you were able to watch the recent menhaden or humpback videos then you know what I mean! I really enjoy the challenge and reward

July 28, 2022

There's been a lot of talk recently in the news about the breaching juvenile humpback whale that landed on a boat off Plymouth, Massachusetts this past weekend on Sunday July 24th. The incident caught my attention, but I wasn't all that surprised it happened, because humpback whales have been breaching

July 19, 2022

Yesterday I stumbled across largest school of pogies I have seen in my entire life! The school was 2 miles long (perhaps longer) and several hundred yards wide. I have no idea how many menhaden the school contained but I would estimate it to be in the millions. I had

May 9, 2022

A big part of the fishing experience is spending time in nature. For many of us, our lives are filled with worldly commitments, technology, appointments and responsibilities. It's easy for us to forget about the nature and wildlife that exists outside our windows.An added bonus for me this spring has

May 5, 2022

Do you know that there are nearly one thousand freshwater ponds and lakes on Cape Cod? As a result of the water quality surveys done as part of a 2021 study, 109 of those ponds were deemed as unacceptable due to water quality issues.  Here are a few other concerning

January 26, 2022

Wood End Light was first lit in 1872. It sits at the southwest end of Long Point in Provincetown, and acts as a navigational aid for boats heading into Provincetown Harbor.

November 26, 2021

During 2021 I had many awesome opportunities to go fishing with members and fans of the My Fishing Cape Cod community. In many instances this proved to be extremely helpful. For example, in the following video, MFCC member and owner of Cape & Islands Mitsubishi, Bruno Demir, is driving his

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