A few customers are still tracking down those tautog with some green crabs. These cooler nights are probably driving them into some deeper waters, so get those heavier jigs out if you are still targeting them.
Many of our anglers have put away their salt water gear and made the switch to fresh water fishing. Gold spoons, like kastmasters and colorados are working well to land stocked as well as holdover rainbow trout. Powerbait is also a great option. Nightcrawlers are working well at Shubaels pond.
For the die-hard surf casters that can’t stay away from the salty water, a few have been rewarded with some schoolies and even keeper bass. The last striper that we heard of being landed nearby was this past Sunday at Sandy Neck on soft plastics.
Hopefully you have been out to harvest some of our treasured Cape Cod oysters. The colder temps may thin some of the crowds that came out for opening day in Barnstable a couple of weeks ago. Here in the shop we are getting restocked on lots of glove options to help keep your hands dry and warm.
Finding oysters in Barnstable Harbor
This Fishing Report was submitted on 11/14/2019 2:24:18 PM by Seamus and last updated on 9/16/2021 5:41:09 PM.
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