In this week's podcast you'll hear from Ryan of MFCC, Phil Howarth of the Goose Hummock, Matt Reinemo of Nantucket, Abbie Schuster of Martha's Vineyard, and MFCC member Bruno Demir. From striped bass to scup, black sea bass to haddock, this podcast will be a great listen for anyone hoping to do some
Publish Date: May 21, 2021
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In this week's podcast you'll hear from Ryan of MFCC, Phil Howarth of the Goose Hummock, Matt Reinemo of Nantucket, Abbie Schuster of Martha's Vineyard, and MFCC member Bruno Demir. From striped bass to scup, black sea bass to haddock, this podcast will be a great listen for anyone hoping to do some fishing this week in the waters surrounding the Cape & the Islands.To get immediate access to these podcasts as soon as we publish them, please consider joining as a member (if you haven't already). For a quick overview of the guests and what is discussed in today's podcast, please scroll below.MFCC founder Ryan Collins reports that quite a few members from My Fishing Cape Cod are scoring stripers inside the Cape Cod Canal. Fishing for porgies (scup) in Buzzard's Bay has been terrific, and black sea bass season opens soon.Second in today's lineup is captain Phil Howarth - owner of the Goose Hummock Shop in Orleans.According to Phil, there are plenty of schoolie stripers arriving on the Lower and Outer Cape. Flounder fishing in Cape Cod Bay is also heating up. Rumors of bluefin tuna are also flying around, and Phil is very hopeful for a good start to the 2021 tuna fishing season.Next in today's podcast is MFCC member Bruno Demir of Cape & Islands Mitsubishi. When we spoke with Bruno he was live on the water fishing out in Nantucket Sound.Bruno reports that there are plenty of "hub cap" size porgies off the southern coast of Cape Cod. Haddock are also being caught to the west of Stellwagen Bank.Next up is captain Matt Reinemo of Nantucket Tackle Center. According to Matt, stripers are being caught on Nantucket, however the size of the fish is lagging behind the Cape. Matt goes on to recommend some places around the island worth fishing if you're looking to catch your first striper of the year.Matt also provides us with a rundown of the other species and fishing opportunities available right now on Nantucket, including freshwater fishing.Wrapping up today's show is Abbie Schuster of Kismet Outfitters on Martha's Vineyard. Abbie has been guiding this week and she's been catching stripers on the fly. In our conversation she provides plenty of helpful tips for anyone looking to catch their first Martha's Vineyard striper of the year.Mackerel and other species are also arriving on the island. The freshwater fishing is still plenty good too. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices