By Striper Mike, Sports Port Pro Staff
It’s been a tremendously successful trout season since early March and April has continued the solid bite. The pond temperatures are now in the low 50’s and the omnipresent cruising trout will soon be headed to the deeper colder waters, however the largemouth and smallmouth bass will be taking over. What a great time to be a Cape Cod fisherman, a tremendous trout season with some bass mixed in but some fantastic bass fishing ahead these next few weeks and a couple more weeks before the arrival of our beloved striped bass, fishing heaven here on Cape Cod.
A special shoutout to Max for catching this enormous 13 inch (I measured it) yellow perch. I was fishing from shore and saw Max catch this perch from his kayak, certainly the biggest yellow perch I ever saw!
With all this tremendous fishing happening around us it is a perfect time to stop by the shop so Amy and her staff at Sports Port can get you properly geared up. Remember, the Sports Port FREE Surfcasting seminar is happening Saturday May 14th at Keyes Memorial beach at 9:30 am. Please register in person at Sports Port or online to reserve your spot.
Some saltwater anglers have had some luck catching tautog using clams or green crabs - both in stock at the shop. Rocky structures along the shoreline have been producing keepers.
This Fishing Report was submitted on 4/14/2022 9:33:04 PM by Seamus and last updated on 4/16/2022 3:26:05 PM.
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