Cape Cod fishing ... it's a topic that's near and dear to this lady angler's heart!
Seeing all the questions visitors ask about fishing on Cape Cod, I'd say it's a popular topic for vacationers, too.
So let's get right to it. It's time for me to share all sorts of information about "catching" on Cape Cod with all of you.
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The really cool thing about fishing on the Cape is the huge variety of fish species that inhabit our waters. And goodness knows, we have a lot of water to explore with a rod and reel!
As a child, my fishing days were spent on Pennsylvania's ponds, lakes, and streams with my grandparents. Back then, little did I know that there was a whole new angling world awaiting me.
Fast forward to the 1980s. I moved to Massachusetts and met the wonderful man who became my hubby. He's the one who introduced me to the heart-pounding, muscle-burning thrill of catching big fish on light tackle. And my obsession with saltwater fishing began. (Thank you, honey!!!)
Me and My First "Keeper" Striper
Whether you're a first-timer, an occasional fisherman, or an avid angler, give our saltwater a go while you're here!
Wet a line for:
... and a host of other species, depending on the time of year, water temps, and how far off-shore you're willing to travel.
Did you know there are 365 ponds on the Cape? That's one for each day of the year.
For freshwater anglers, they're a treasure trove of:
Tight Lines to One and All!