The fishing to the east of Chatham here on Cape Cod has definately improved, but is not what we are used to. I have been finding regular limits and close to limits by using the sand eels in the rips. There are not many others taking fish there though, and we have been getting some looong looks from some of the boats. This area gets a lot of attention and to catch fish you have to use a natural bait in a light presentation to catch em. Yesterdays charter caught a nice 39 1/2 fish along with a half a dozen others and we were throwing them back.
There are also some fish east of Chatham in the 70 to 100 foot range. Most have been bluefish, but there are some very respectable 36-38 inch fish in with them. It has been a here today and gone tomorrow scene though in the last couple of days. I have also had a light "pick" of fish from 1 to 2 miles south of the C bouy in 40 down to 25 feet of water.
There is still time to book some late July trips and many August trips. September is still wide open. If you are up for some light tackle action give me a call at home at 508 255-0911 or email me at : firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bruce & "Miss Jillian"