Winter is finally releasing her grip on the Cape. As the days get longer and the sunshine warms further the ground and waters of our area, life again begins to stir and grow. Clams move closer to the surface. Eels and small fishes come out of the mud bottoms, spring holes and peat marshes into the less stagnate and previously cooler waters. Along with this movement comes the migrations of herring, squid, sand eels, mackerel and other forage species that our stripers and bluefin tuna feed upon. By June first, we will be seeing the great game fishes of New England back into our waters in a big way.
Bluefin tuna, striped bass and the voracious bluefish will be taking up summer residence along our Cape Cod shorelines and putting on the feedbag. If you and your family are considering or are convinced you would like to sample some of the great fishing we have to offer here, send us an email, or call me with any questions you might have. By the time July rolls around, we are usually pretty booked up, so its really good advice to set up your fishing charters ahead of time. We can only do so many trips in a day, and if you wait till you arrive to call for a boat, you are likely to be disappointed or have to settle for a lesser service. Its also a good idea to look at my last “TIDES” fishing report (in the archived list to the right side of my webpage) to have a look at which days are better suited for extremes of the tide on any given day or week during our fishing season.
Reservations can be made via email or by phone. I require a minimum one third deposit, payable by check or credit card. There is an amazing amount of information on my website as to where we are located, what to bring, rates, cancellation policy, parking, etc etc etc. Have a look around there, www.sportfishingcapecod.com and if you like what you see, give us a call. We also have reviews on most all of the reviewing sites, I don’t think you will be disappointed.
Thanks very much,
Captain Bruce & “Marilyn S”