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Cape Cod Bay Updated Fishing Report

There are plenty of schoolies from Barnstable to Billingsgate, with many of the charterboats switching over to bluefishing since they are generally larger and fight harder than 18 to 24-inch bass. They are also catching some nice sized bonito on everything from umbrella rigs to swimming plugs. There are still some larger bass being caught around Barnstable. 

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Cape Cod Bay Fishing Report – October 18, 2018

There is no lack of small bass up inside the Sandwich creeks and around Barnstable Harbor. Folks fishing eels and plugs such as needlefish around the beachfront and along Sandy Neck are still picking up the occasional larger bass; there are continued reports of pockets of big fish up around Plymouth and hopes are they will start to move towards the Canal.

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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.