Blog, Podcasts

Jerry Audet on Surf Stripers, Podcast

In this episode, we chat with Jerry Audet of In Deep Outdoors about nightshift surf stripers. Jerry gives a masterclass on finding productive structure (especially boulderfields) and gives us a peek into his striper obsession. He also gives the one type of plug that you need to have in your bag if you want to […]

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Blog, Cape Cod, Fly Fishing

Weekend Warrior: Look at all those chickens

And by chickens, I mean feeding, dive bombing, screeching birds. Thousands of them! This week, the bait fuse was lit across Buzzards Bay, the Southside, and Cape Cod Bay. And of course, waves of migratory bass followed. We really have two major size classes all the way from Buzzards Bay to Boston right now– 22″ […]

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Blog, Podcasts

Dan Wells on finding big bass, Podcast

In this episode, I sit down with Dan Wells (@canalflyguy). Dan gives an absolute masterclass on finding big bass at night. We talk fly and spin presentations, tidal and moon stage, and have lots of fun bait discussion. If you listen to this and use the methods Dan outlines here, you will catch more stripers. […]

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Blog, Podcasts

Ryan Franklin shore-based sharking, podcast

In this episode, I chat with Ryan Franklin, local expert in the art of all things shore-based sharking, about everything you need to know to catch monsters from shore. We also talk expensive swimbaits and lament about slow times at the Canal (just kidding). The dogs make a guest appearance.

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Blog, Cape Cod, Recent Reports, Stripers

Report: Stripers are here

The spring run has officially started. Water temperatures continue to climb around the Cape and the bass seem to be ahead of schedule this year, at least compared to last year. This past weekend, the outgoing tides around dawn and dusk in upper Buzzards Bay gave us our first legitimate shots at finding stripers in […]

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Blog, Long Reads, Stripers

Fish Stories: Dumb luck

Riley Libby We left Maine just after 11 and drove through the night. The highway was dark as we crossed into Massachusetts. The floor was already littered with empty monster cans. It had been a long day at work prior to leaving and the plan to take a nap never materialized. At this point, we […]

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