Whether you’re vacationing or a local to Cape Cod, you’ll want
to experience the renowned fishing its waters offer in the spring. Whether
you’re looking to go deep sea fishing or fish off the side of a
pier, you’ll want to keep some helpful tips in mind before your
cast your line.
What to Bring
You’ll be out on the sea for an extended amount of time, so be sure
to wear comfortable rubber-soled shoes, and bring a jacket in case it
gets cool or windy—which can and does happen on the open water.
Hats and sunscreen are also good to have because the sea reflects and
intensifies light. You’ll also want to bring a camera with you so
you can capture your catches.
Also, don’t leave home without your patience. Cape Cod is rife with
populations of fish such as pollack, flounder, mackerel, and cod, but
fish can be unpredictable. However, joining a half or full day fishing
trip on Cape Cod increases your chances of a successful outing because
the captain and crew will know where to find the
As temperatures turn warm during the spring, people flock to Cape Cod to
fish solo or in groups—so, on some days, the Bay or fishing trips
might be crowded, and this can become troublesome when so many people
are casting their lines. But, practicing angling common courtesy can make
your experience better. For one, always give people space when they are
casting their line or wrangling a fish in. Also, if you bring snacks or
supplies, remember to dispose of your trash properly, because littering
hurts the environment and damages fish populations.
Charter Cape Cod
If you want the best experience for you and your family, consider renting
a private charter or joining a deep sea fishing trip. The captain and
deck hands are the experts when it comes to Cape Cod waters, and they’ll
make sure you get the most bang for your buck. Ask questions about techniques,
locations, bait, and everything under the sea to compliment your fishing
trip. Also, be sure to ask about whale watching tours in the Cape Cod
area. That’s another experience you won’t want to miss.
If you’re looking for a great opportunity to bring the family together
and have an amazing fishing experience, look for Cape Cod charter fishing
near Plymouth, MA. Call Captain John Whale Watching & Fishing Tours
at (508) 927-5575 to answer your questions and book your next
deep sea fishing trip.