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Albies Striped Bass and Bluefish

 | By Seamus on 9/22/2022 1:52:46 PM | Views (252)

Another week gone by and somehow we managed to get another fishing report in there as well! (If I don’t pat myself on the back, who will?) This week was another EPIC Albie week! We have reports of Albies from Chatham to The Elizabeth Islands, so find some shoreline somewhere in there and you’ll at least have a chance of hooking into those speedy hardtails!

Fishing buddy, Tony and I got out on our kayaks and we took some video of our stellar morning. You can also see my amatuer hour of losing my rod overboard. I guess I should invest in a rod holder. You can watch the lights out fishing video here and also below. I was most successful using with The Albie Snax in the white pearl color. Tony did equally as well with Epoxy Resin jigs, also in that white bone color. We certainly timed our first albie trip right because that morning was one for the books. At one point we looked around and there were 4 other anglers hooked up. This is certainly an anomaly to most days fishing for albies. I talked to a few customers who were also catching albies. One person said green was his color of choice and another said pink…so a variety is good to have for when they are more finicky than they were on this particular morning!

Here’s a quick video of Tony and I kayak fishing for false albacore:

Albies caught and rod goes overboard

Dowses Beach is still loaded with snapper blues and scup. Schoolie bass are being caught in the bays and harbors on the North and South sides of the mid Cape area. Bigger bass more likely after dark. SP Minnows have been a great producer. Customer Adam gave me a great report that he and his friends were catching keeper bass in East Bay. Smallest fish was 30 inches!

Customers Clark and Natalie had an incredible day out by the Elizabeth Islands and Falmouth areas catching striped bass, false albacore, big bluefish and big seabass (that sadly had to go back due to being out of season)! Here are some beautiful pics they were kind enough to share with me:


Monomoy has also been great for striped bass and bluefish. Barry and Stanley reported that they were using Joe Baggs Swarters out on the rips and hauled in the beautiful fish pictured below!

Barry Striper IMG_1865.jpg
Stanley Blue IMG_1863.jpg
Stanley bass IMG_1558.jpg

Long time Sports Port customer, Dave Elworthy, reports that keeper bass are being caught using chunk mackerel outside of Barnstable Harbor. September really is the best! It seems this wind will keep most of us on shore for the next few days. Keep the pictures of your catches coming, by sending them to me, here.

Dave with dinner

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Little Tunny
Little Tunny
Striped Bass
Striped Bass

This Fishing Report was submitted on 9/22/2022 1:52:46 PM by Seamus and last updated on 9/26/2022 10:26:05 AM.


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