If you’ve ever thought about playing a fish, here’s the video for you. You won’t be learning how to make music, but how to reel in a great catch on your Cape Cod fishing adventure.
When the fish takes the bait, the hard part begins. While reeling in the fish, keep in mind that it may jump and put up a fight, but with patience and these tips you’ll reel in your prize. Whether you’re deep sea fishing or lake fishing, you’ll want to use your rod, as well as your line, to help you reel in that fish.
If you’re looking for an exceptional fishing charter to give you the experience of a lifetime, look for Captain John Fishing near Plymouth. Call Captain John Whale Watching & Fishing Tours at (508) 927-5575 for scheduling.
You and your family are taking a trip up to Provincetown, also called P-town by its locals, and you want to experience something you can’t find on the mainland. Why not take the P-town Fast Ferry for a one-of-a-kind experience and a whole new way to get around?
Taking a ferry, especially to P-town, can show you sites and wonders you never dreamed you would see. There’s the possibility you could do some whale watching if the whales venture inland. You might see several deep sea fishing boats and find your next excursion idea. Even the simple relief of sitting back in the calming rocking of the ocean versus the harried experience of driving the freeways is enough reason to take the ferry. The P-town ferry is a fast, inexpensive way to get you to the town where it’s at, and it’s calling to you.
Captain John Whale Watching & Fishing Tours in Plymouth, MA is here for all your tour and ferry needs. Call (508) 927-5575 to learn more about their P-town Fast Ferry serving Plymouth to Provincetown.
You are about to experience a wondrous sight some people only dream of. Whale watching can be an inspiring and uplifting experience for anyone, but without some helpful tips your time out to sea might not be everything you hope for. Seasickness, dead batteries, and missed shots can put dampers on your grand adventure.
Whether you’re an avid sailor or a reluctant landlubber, you should always prepare for your time at sea. Be sure to eat before you set sail, bring seasickness pills, and drink a lot of water. Bring layers to wear; it may be summertime, but the ocean is colder than being on land. Along with your extra layers of clothing, bring a good pair of rubber-soled sneakers to keep from slipping on the deck. Always wear sunscreen, sunglasses, and consider investing in a hat. It may feel cool and wet with the ocean spray on your face, but it won’t feel so nice when you’re coming home a red lobster.
Extras to Bring
Consider bringing items to help pass the time, like travel board games, a book, or coloring books for the kids. Traveling to the ideal whale watching spot can possibly take a couple hours. Bring binoculars in case the whales are being shy and are a little farther away than you’d like. This goes along with your camera and its batteries. Do you want to have the perfect shot, and the camera dies? Don’t let this memory pass you by.
Lining up the Shot
You’re going whale watching; you want to capture the best memory you can, right? Take advantage of your zoom feature, and consider investing in a polarized lens. This will help eliminate sun glare and viewing the whale through the water. Also, look forward to where the whale will breach the water, not where it just dove. Ask your captain for more tips on taking the best pictures.
Call Captain John Whale Watching & Fishing Tour at (508) 927-5575. They’re committed to giving you the best whale watching tours in Plymouth.
Whether you’re an expert fisherman or thinking about angling for the first time, nothing beats the experience of charter fishing. Full- and half-day charter fishing trips are great for bachelor parties, corporate team building events, birthdays, and anytime you want to enjoy the sun and the sea. But why not just take out your own boat or rent one instead of booking a private charter? Here are some of the benefits of charter fishing in Plymouth .
Focus on the Fish
When you book a fishing charter, the only thing you and your guests needs to worry about is showing up and having a great time. Charter fishing companies in New England will often provide the equipment you need, and depending on the length of the charter may even provide light snacks or full meals to you and your guests.
Learn a Thing or Two
Charter fishing boats are captained and staffed with knowledgeable fishing experts. Spending a day with such knowledgeable fishermen will improve your own skillset and help you become an even better angler . If you live in the area, you’ll also learn where some of the best fishing spots are so you can come back with your own boat.
Bring More Friends
Do you have a large fishing boat that can fit up to 70 guest? Probably not, but charter fishing companies like Captain John Whale Watching & Fishing Tours does. This means you can book a fishing adventure for a large group instead of settling for some activity that’s less exciting and less fun than spending the day out on the ocean fishing.
If you want to have a great day of fishing with friends, family, or coworkers, book a private fishing charter with Captain John Whale Watching & Fishing Tours of Plymouth, MA. We’ve been fishing the water of New England for more than 60 years, and over that time we’ve learned the best spots and the best techniques to have a great haul of fish. To learn more about our full- and half-day fishing charters for up to 70 guests, call us at (508) 927-5575.
Provincetown is full of things to do and see, including art galleries, antique shops, restaurants, and so much more. Located 40 miles out to sea at the tip of Cape Cod, Provincetown is one of the world’s natural deep water harbors as well as one the premier tourist destinations on the East Coast. MacMillan Pier, Provincetown’s major transportation hub, is a destination in and of itself, with all sorts of activities and shops for the entire family.
Captain John Whale Watching & Fishing Tours operates the Plymouth to Provincetown Fast Ferry to help you take in the sights, sounds, and smells of P-Town. The passenger ferry runs from June through September. If you will be bringing a leashed and well-behaved dog, please call us ahead of time so we can make a note on your reservation. TO learn more about our ferry services, whale watching tours, and chartered fishing trips, call us at (508) 927-5575.
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