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Typical Fall Reports

As typical of this time of the year, the reports from guides and recreational fisherman are fading away. The fish are in fall migration mode so your favorite spot will be hit or miss.

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Fall Season

The Fall Run is starting to heat up. Things are starting to happen. Be sure to check out the video of tuna blitzing from Riptide Charters, at the end of this weeks report.

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Hard to Resist

As the season has progressed, many boaters on and off the cape have switched their target species from bass to tuna. Early on they discovered that it looks like we are dealing with the same batch of fish as last year.  The same fish, except

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Albieville!!!!

It’s shaping up to be a historic season for false albacore, with anglers striking hard from Buzzards Bay to Monomoy. That’s gonna be good news for the tackle manufacturers as these fish show no mercy on the gear…

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Fall Season starts

Albies at the Vineyard, albies in Buzzards Bay, and albies on the minds of lightackle and fly fishermen around the area. It’s the beginning of what looks like it could be an epic back end of the season!

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Summer’s End

We are at the end of August. A time where various types of fishing really heats up. I have a love/hate relationship with this time of the year. I love the chance to chase after the different species.

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The Electronic Fisherman

As the years progress, more and more electronic gadgets and “must haves” become part of our fishing gear.  Some of the more obvious items include, fishfinders, gps, radios and cell phones.  All of these items can be used by both shore and boat people.  It

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Game Fish

There are some that would like to make the striped bass classified as a game fish. This got me to wondering what qualities should a fish have to qualify as a game fish? Is size an important factor? How about swimming speed? Maybe tailwalks once hooked should be a factor.

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The Ramp Crowd

Things are looking good, especially for August. Good reports from both Nantucket and MV, as well as lots of tuna action in the Bay. The Monomoy rip action has slowed down, but we expect the funny fish action on the South Side to take off almost immediately.

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Sarda sarda

The Islands are hoping, with funny fish showing up, tuna offshore, and even blitzes of bass on the beach. Elsewhere on the Cape, things are alive and kicking as well.

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