Cape Cod Bay Fishing Report – September 13, 2018

The tube-and-worm fishing has been steady in about 20 feet of water from Spring Hill over to Scorton Ledge. Anglers fishing at night have also been picking up enough larger fish on eels to keep them going out; it isn’t gangbusters and there don’t seem to be an great concentrations of fish, but the bass are moving in close to the beaches from Town Neck to Sandy Neck.


Cape Cod Canal Fishing Report – September 13, 2018

Things are far more typical of what the Big Ditch is known for rather than all out, all day blitzing fish. Night fishing has definitely been producing larger bass more consistently. most of the regulars fishing at night have been concentrating on the waters from the railroad bridge down to the Sagamore, with the bridge abutment areas popular, as well as the Cribbin’.


Offshore Fishing Report – September 13, 2018

Giant bluefin bite remains good out east of Chatham and up in Cape Cod Bay. Spin anglers have also been getting shots at breaking fish chasing halfbeaks in the bay as well as off the backside from the Golf Balls to Nauset. Apparently, these tuna aren’t school or even smaller medium school fish, but often are just shy of the 73-inch giant minimum.


Outer Cape Fishing Report – September 13, 2018

Small bass continue to dominate the backside fishing, but any word of where things are happening and if anything larger has been caught is hard to come by due to the lack of fishermen, lamented Paul Newmier at Blackbeard’s in Eastham. Boat anglers have been catching bluefish off Provincetown either vertical jigging or on topwater plugs, but the fish have occasionally pushed in tight enough from Herring Cove to Race Point to give shore anglers a shot at reaching them.