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Tuna are moving into Cape Cod waters.
Bluefin Tuna Have Arrived
Bluefin Tuna Have Arrived
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Myself and a group from MFCC worked hard this past weekend to find fish among the boulders off Cape Cod...
Boulder Bass | Part #1
Boulder Bass | Part #1
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Join me in this video report as I kayak fish the bays and boulder fields of Cape Cod in search of the first sea-lice covered stripers and tautog.

This trip began before sunrise just a few days ago on the 28th of April. My idea was to fish a southside bay for stripers before switching over to tautog.

All day long I enjoyed picture perfect conditions. The sunshine was warm and the winds were light.

Fortunately a few fish cooperated too, which is always a good thing!
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Welcome to the third edition of the 2016 My Fishing Cape Cod podcast.

This is shaping up to be a great weekend for fishing on the Cape. We have a great show lined up for you today with the normal cast of characters.

We'll start things off by talking with My Fishing Cape Cod creator Ryan Collins, who was "on assignment" kayak fishing somewhere off Cape Cod.

Next we speak with captain Eric Stewart of the Goose Hummock Shop and hear the latest updates for the Lower Cape, plus a whole bunch more.

Last but not least is Jeff Miller of Canal Bait & Tackle who shares what's new at the Cape Cod Canal.

Right now everyone can download and listen to this podcast, but starting May 6th these podcasts will be for MFCC members-only.

As mentioned in the podcast, the new virtual guide service will be launching soon, and new group fishing trips have been scheduled.

More information will be sent to all My Fishing Cape Cod members very soon.

Listen-in here > https://myfishingcapecod.com/april-29-report/

Thank you for listening and thank you for your member support. We hope you have a great weekend - tight lines!
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This week I've been kayak fishing from the Hobie and encountering some wild scenes.

From stripers and acres of adult pogies, to seals and even an orphan squirrel!

You just never know what you might encounter when kayak fishing on Cape Cod.​

Continue reading here > https://myfishingcapecod.com/april-kayak-report/
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Join my cousin Kevin as he chats with Jeff Miller of+Canal Bait and Tackle  and captain Eric Stewart of+Goose Hummock in our 2nd podcast episode of the 2016 season > https://myfishingcapecod.com/april-22nd-cape-cod-fishing-report/ 
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Small fish are here!
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It would be great to see you this weekend! https://myfishingcapecod.com/you-are-invited/ … Great people, food and raffle prizes...
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Register online for this Sunday's My Fishing Cape Cod Breakfast, and receive a free raffle ticket which you can put towards this black Van Staal 150 bail-less spinning reel, valued at $700.

Registering online is best, because it will help me provide Brookside with an accurate headcount.

Please click this link to secure your spot and free raffle ticket, and to learn more about this weekend's breakfast event > http://bit.ly/1RcgBho

The Van Staal 150 is a beautiful reel that will last a lifetime. I used this type of reel in the Costa Rica surf to catch roosterfish up to 70 pounds. The reel got pounded by waves and sand, and still performed flawlessly.

At this Sunday's breakfast we will also be raffling off fishing charters, guided trips, tackle and equipment + more.

50% of money raised via the raffle will be donated to "Project Healing Waters" which is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the physical and emotional rehabilitation of disabled active military service personnel and disabled veterans through fly fishing and associated activities including education and outings.

The remaining 50% will be donated to the 2016 Hope Health Walk for Alzheimers. Our very own 3 year MFCC member and contributor Ryan Franklin is helping to organize this walk. We are pumped to be able to help support the efforts of one of our supporting members!

The Breakfast is happening this Sunday, April 17th at the Brookside Club in Bourne, MA. Doors open at 9am. Cost is $25 per adult/teenager which includes a full breakfast buffet. Young children who won't eat much are free.

All are welcome to attend this breakfast (you don't have to be a supporting member) so bring your family and friends!

You can pay at the door, but as mentioned above, registering online is best because it will help me provide Brookside with an accurate headcount.

As a bonus for registering online you will receive 1 free raffle ticket which you can put towards whatever item or fishing trip you like.

Here is the link to register online > http://bit.ly/1RcgBho

Post any questions you have below, and see you this Sunday!

Tight lines,

Ryan
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Sometimes a big boat is not always the best boat! In many areas of Cape Cod, a small tin boat, kayak, zodiac or even a "kaboat" (pictured below) are your best bet.

I would never dream of bringing a large expensive boat into some areas of Cape Cod, but those same spots are perfect for these smaller vessels.

In this guest report, 3 year MFCC member Chris French recaps a recent striped bass fishing experience he had while fishing from his kaboat, at a particularly productive off-Cape location.

Enjoy this fine day and gluck if you're able to get out fishing 2nite!

Best,

Ryan

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