Posts Tagged ‘fishing report’

Cape Cod Fishing Charters Report

Posted on July 16th, 2011 by captain

Still haven’t had time to really catch up on reports, but this one deserves its own post. 

Sunday, July 10th – Captain Don decided that he had run charters too many days in a row and needed a day off.  So he went to church and took his Grand-sons fishing at 9:30.  Great Day on the water.  His daughter Laura caught a few nice keepers, and Grand-son Jack (age 8  ) caught a few as well including his biggest fish to date – a 27.5 lb 45″ Striped-Bass. 

Could very well been our favorite trip of the season.

Laura-Jay Weekend Striper Report

Posted on May 24th, 2010 by captain

Saturday kicked off Striper season with our first Bass Charter of the year.  Great group of guys in from Hartford.  New schools of Stripers are pushing into the bay daily.  We had good action on the shoals Saturday, lots of schoolies on top and good #’s of 30″-34″ underneath.  Cape Cod Bay is filled with Mackeral and Whiting right now – the big fish should be moving in on these any day now (although there are already some ones here already).

Sunday was a fun day, as we took the next generation (Jack and Kate) out for some Mackeral fishing.  The kids had a great time bailing macs, and they liked the fact that they were helping to get ready for tuna season by catching the bait. 

And yes, the rumors are true – a Giant Tuna was taken on Stellwagon this week, and many more have been seen.  Should be a great June fishery this year.

Good luck out there,

Captain Don