Blog, Boat Fishing, Podcasts

Joe Baggs talks about the tuna bite, Podcast

In this episode, we’ve got Joe Baggs back again. This time, we’re talking tuna. Joe recently had a few very successful tuna trips South of the Vineyard and Block Island. We talk about what you need to do right now to get on that sweet yellowfin/bluefin/mahi bite down there. He gives tips on finding the […]

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Blog, Boat Fishing, Cape Cod, Recent Reports

News from the Tuna Front, Report

Nothing gold can stay, folks. The early parts of July saw some of the best recreational tuna fishing in years in the waters off Race Point, out to the Bank, and down the Backside. Acres of 45″ – 60″ slashed through schools of sand eels for two weeks straight. We had some serious “foamers” as […]

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Blog, Recent Reports

Report: The Migration is here

I’m just happy it’s striper season again. This was a long winter, although I feel like we collectively say that about every winter that passes. But this one felt especially long and cold. Let me tell you, to pull up to that school of crashing stripers, kill the engines, and hear the cacophony of screeching […]

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Blog, Cape Cod, Recent Reports

Report: (Tog) Taco Tuesday

We’ve reached that magical sea surface temp of 50 degrees South of the Cape. Dandelion are sprouting up all over my yard. Let’s get a bucket of green crabs and check out a rock pile or two. It’s tog time. We made plans on Sunday for an afternoon cruise out into Buzzards Bay. Wind was […]

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Blog, Recent Reports, Stripers

Weekend Warrior: Go Time

Things are about to blow wide open. We’ve got haddock moving inshore, stocked trout on the feed, big bass in pre-spawn, and, oh yeah, migratory stripers in state waters. What’s not to like? As is typical for the April playbook, I’ve been having fun with bluegill, monster pickerel, and slab crappie in my local pond. […]

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