Fishing Monomoy

Monomoy is one of the great natural wonders of New England—a world apart from the rest of Cape Cod, or anyplace else.

Surrounded by Bahamas-clear sand flats, it’s an amazing place to visit by boat, as long…

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Inshore Fishing Tips

Cape Cod is renowned for its world-class fishing, and its inshore fishing scene is second-to none. From Provincetown to Woods Hole, the Cape’s inshore waters burst with activity throughout much of the year with species such as striped bass,…

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Exploring Cape Cod’s Bass River

The waters off the coast of Cape Cod are renowned for their great cruising and fishing. But excellent Cape Cod boating and fishing can also be found inland.

A prime example of this is the Bass River. Home…

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Don’t Lose Fish Because of Neglected Gear

Sometimes we get so caught up in the action of fishing that we overlook small details that can sabotage our efforts to land that trophy catch. No angler wants to lose a memorable fish only to find it’s because…

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Chasing Albies on Cape Cod

False albacore and bonito are great late summer species for anglers to target. Both arrive off Cape Cod in late August and generally stay through mid-October. Albies and bonnies look similar, but you can tell the two apart because bonito have…

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Tips for Striper Fishing on Cape Cod

Each May, when the weather turns warm, fishermen all over Cape Cod start thinking about striper fishing.

Striped bass are one of the most popular sport fish in New England. Unpredictable and elusive, stripers are a fun, challenging fish for local anglers…

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5 Places to Find Fish

It’s easy to be a good fisherman. At least, it is if you know where to find fish. Successful anglers know that some spots consistently hold more game fish than others. You can greatly improve your chances of landing…

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How to Keep Your Fishing Hooks Sharp

Catching fish is hard enough. There’s no need to make it harder by using dull fishing hooks. You can keep your fishing hooks sharp by occasionally giving them a little TLC. It’s easy to do and…

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Tautog Fishing Tips

Autumn is tautog season for New England fishermen, who enjoy bottom fishing for this hard fighting, great tasting fish. Also known as blackfish, tautog migrate into shallow, rocky areas once the water temperature dips into the lower 60s, and…

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5 Great Lures for New England Fishing

When it comes to fishing, using the right lure makes all the difference. Here in New England, local fishermen chasing inshore game fish have…

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