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Cape Cod Fishing Reports

June 27, 2008

Sports Port's 2008 Tournament current standings as of 9am Friday 6/27/08

1. Norm Bouchard 39.8 lb
Norm Bouchard's 39.8 lb Bass
2. John Flansburg 37.15 lb
John Flansburg's 37.15 lb Bass
3. Gary Brown 36.5lb
1. Gardner Bridge 11.05 lb
2. Al Arguello 9.90 lb
3. Gene Gonyer 8.45 lb

As you can see from the leader board people have been landing some nice fish on both the north and south sides.

The North Side has been great this past week as far as striper fishing goes. John Flansburg held the number one spot on the leader board for a little while. He was trolling a bunker spoon over at at the Fingers when he landed his nice 37 pounder! On Sunday, Tyler hooked into a nice bass in the Barnstable Harbor channel using live eels. He also reported huge schools of bass feeding on tons of sand eels.

Sandy Neck has been hit or miss producing some schoolies caught on sea worms.

The South Side has a few hot spots. Handkerchief being the hottest right now. Lots of bass being caught on squid flies and bombers. Most of the fish are ranging from 20 to 25 pounds. Norm Bouchard's ALMOST 40 pounder came from Vineyard Sound live lining scup. Tom shoal has been hot this week using jigs. Wasque has been slow this year. There is a new sand bar out there where some seals have taken residence and are apparently gorging themselves on the bass. Thus the fishing has been less than good over there. The fluking has gotten off to a slower start. More shorts than anything else. One of our customers was bouncing a fluke rig dressed with a strip of squid off the bottom when he hooked into a nice 23 incher over at Succonesset.

Fishing from the beaches on the south side has been decent. Lots of scup are being caught at Dowses Beach. The usual squid and sea-worms are producing the most porgies. Anglers are catching blues on the surface from Craigville and Oregon beaches. Bounders or smack-it's have been working well.

Freshwater fishing has been great! YUM worms have produced some nice largemouth over at Hathaway's Pond. Shiners have been working well over at Shubaels.

Get out on the water and catch some fish!

Sports Port
149 W. Main St.
Hyannis, MA 02655
The Sports Port
149 West Main St
Hyannis, MA 02601-3736
(508) 775-3096
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