Summer Guide Cape Cod

Summer Guide Cape Cod 2018

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Page 100 of 147 99 Sport Fishing Charters on Cape Cod SPECIAL FEATURE SECTION You will find on the following pages information on the Cape's best fishing guides & charter captains, plus great places to stay. Fishing choices range from deep sea to fly, kayaking, surf casting, shallow water flats boats or even biking the canal or rail trail, bring- ing anglers close to where the fish are. In spring the shallow, warming wa- ters of Nantucket Sound invite the an- nual runs of squid, herring, mackerel, pogies, and anchovies. On the heels of the smaller fish are the larger fish that feed on them. At the beginning of May, as the ocean water rises to 50-55 degrees, striped bass arrive, then bluefish in June, followed by bluefin tuna and seabass. Cape Cod Bay offers many shallow water flats. The stripers move in and out of these flats with the tide and it makes for fantastic site seeing action. In July the pelagics show up, in- cluding Atlantic marlin and a wide ar- ray of sharks. The fall blitz ends the season as all these fish are feeding heav- ily for their migration back down the coast to warmer southern waters. It's an opportunity to land a false albacore or a bonito, a sought after game fish. For fresh water anglers Cape Cod's 50 great fresh water ponds also provide an opportunity to catch trout, bass, perch, pickerel, and more! For detailed information about sport fishing and places to stay on Cape Cod contact professional fishing guide Michael Mullaney Email: Call: 508-241-1596 Visit: The Traveling Angler

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