Mike Oliver

Cape Cod Fishing Report

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On 9/17/2018 at 8:34 AM, RJ said:

Albies have moved in the beaches from Falmouth to Coutuit according to the Salty Report.    Keep on plugging!  The Caboose Crew has booked a week in Sept. 2019.  It is  a week deeper into Sept. than this year.  


The Fall Fishery is a learning curve and we expect next year will be better.  We expanded our inshore beach patrols and found three new sports.we overlooked in the Spring..   The bait coming out of the salt ponds was unbelievable.  Screaming Birds and Tide Change blitz's were awesome. Spearing and Peanut bunker were the majority mature sand eels on occasion.  It was a good week.  Small fish, great meals, Venison, Mussels, Clams, etc.  Rick and Dave did kayak trips at night and enjoyed to new approach.


When I arrived back in NJ I felt 10 years younger.  The Jersey Beaches are starting to see bait moving south and increased predator action.  Cape Cod was the Warm up and NJ will be the Migratory Game thru early December.  2.5 miles tothe beach and 2 miles to the Boat launch on the Navesink River..







Have you tried throwing sand worms in the Shrewsbury and navesink. Home if the west coast striper

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