Good news out of NOAA last week for anglers targeting school-sized bluefin tuna this summer. HMS Angler-permitted fishermen will be able to take an additional school-sized bluefin in 2016 thanks to new regulations released last week. As of April 23, the new regulations are two school bluefin tuna (27″ – 47″) + 1 large school/small medium BFT (47″ – <73"). The trophy limit stays in place at 1 fish (73"+) per year.
Horseshoe is best known as a premier location for large bluefish on the south side of Cape Cod. Casting and trolling are both reliable techniques from late June through mid September.
Race Point is one of Cape Cod’s most productive fishing spots. Learn how and when to fish the Race through videos, charts and tackle suggestions.
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Capt. Mike Hogan finds topwater schoolie action and a strong black sea bass bite at the west end of the Cape Cod Canal in this video fishing report for May 29, 2015.
Capt. Mike Hogan searches for stripers and blues at Halfway Shoal and Middle Ground in this Salty Cape video fishing report.
Capt. Mike Hogan explains the methodology behind his Cape Cod lead core trolling outfit.
I very rarely get a chance to fish on weekends, but if I were to go, these are the plays I would look at.
Striper fishing is very good off the Race as they continue to feed on the abundance of sand eels in the area, reports Capt. Mike Hogan.
Excellent bluefin tuna fishing can be found just south of The Claw, with a big school of 40 to 50-pound fish being reported on Thursday morning.
Great striper fishing off Race Point and Capt. Mike’s first bluefin of the year just south of The Claw are the highlights in this week’s forecast.
Salty Cape reader Austin Goldstein reports fish in the mid-30 inch range at the Nantucket Rips.