The schoolie invasion has been going strong for about a week now.  South-side beaches have been giving up good numbers, Yarmouth to Chatham. Stripers up to 30’’ have been caught in the Bass River, and while not guaranteed to give up a keeper, it has produced plenty of opportunities for the shore-bound angler to catch […]

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For dozens of fishermen in Maine, Unagi, the Japanese for eel, has become their own little lottery ticket. Due to the endangerment of eels in both Europe and Asia, countries such as Japan who are constantly cooking with eels have turned to U.S. fishermen for imports, making it one of the most profitable catches. However, the […]

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The Striped Bass season has arrived here on Cape Cod.  Schoolies are plentiful throughout the Southside with large numbers of juvenile fish in the inlets, rivers and backwaters.  Bass River has been consistently producing fish from 18-24 inches with the occasional keeper.  Some Bluefish have also made some sporadic appearances down in Craigville and Cotuit.  […]

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By: Josh Long As the season progresses into July here on Cape Cod, light tackle and fly anglers can anticipate the excellent fishing of May and June to continue. Cape Cod Bay provides opportunities to find fast action in nearly every type of striped bass habitat possible, from sight casting the flats with the fly rod to live-lining […]

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