A few more keepers from the Race Pt. beaches, but schoolies ruling the day, being caught in most areas. Big bass being caught over by the canal, so the big ones are on the way. Mackerel still around heavy, word of some local squid.
43 Race Point Road
Provincetown, MA 02657
Provincetown, MA 02657
Still doing some work on the boat, so we took yesterday’s charter out on a friends boat. Caught all schoolies, small ones, 22 inches max, a ton of sand eels out there. Then we went mackerel fishing and the two ladies had a blast.
Fishing and catching continues to pick up off the beaches. Reports of consistent action on schoolies up to 26 inches, keepers a little harder to find but there have been a few off the beaches. Mike Lucia reported a nice outing on the back beaches last Saturday afternoon with a number of fish just at 28 inches.
Boats doing bit better, as always, with keepers, and a load of mackeral.
A ton of schoolies from the beach yesterday, as well as an 11 pound keeper. Cape Cod Bay full of fish and mackeral.
Word is of more fish coming through. A keeper at just 28 inches taken from shore in Truro on metal and released as a homage to the fish gods. Small schoolies being caught consistently in Pamet Harbor. Macs in Ptown Harbor.
The Beth Ann splashed yesterday, nice trip from Pamet to Ptown. Now I just have to load her up with all the new gear!
May 11, 2015
Well, the stripers have arrived. Catatonic got a nice fish at Race Pt using a deadly dick, looked like it was keeper size but not sure. Corey also got into some schoolies on those beaches.
Full time at the shop Thursday through Sunday, but there most days so we are “open” on those days as well. Launching the Beth Ann on Thursday.
Sunday, October 19
Still slow, went out on the boat yesterday and saw nothing, looked good for tuna and tried that too – nothing.
We have closed the shop for the season – no more reports – sorry. Thanks for fishing with us and your support – if you need anything please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Next stop – Nov. 7th at New England Baptist in Boston for a brand new hip!
Still dead up here, sad to say. Was out on the boat today and saw nothing, tried for tuna at Peaked Hill – looked promising but nothing to show for it.
Only one bluefish and a ton of bonito yesterday, not a sign of a bass, although some late night shore fisherman seem to have found a few somewhere in these parts!
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Local – mainly bonitos, a few bluefish, stripers here and there, really have to hunt for them from the beaches but a few are being caught south of Ptown and Truro. Blue fin tuna the big story – a lot of fish off of Chatham and the southeast corner of the bank was hot the last few days – no word from peaked hill area but they are probably there as well.