Thursday June 15, 2017
Striper, striper, striper, striper, after striper is the way the day went on 29 Sea Vee Killin It Good Thursday June 15th 2017. A day that began with an idea to brine some bait for the upcoming giant Bluefin tuna tournament, quickly turned in to a cape cod deep sea fishing charter, when a gentleman by the name of Jeff called the Killin it good sport fishing charter team of Cape Cod looking for a striped bass charter that day in three hours. All we can say is that we are glad he called, as this day turned out to be one of the best deep sea fishing charter days of 2017 so far. The sun was shining with a light southwest breeze. The mackerel were biting at the number 1 green approach buoy northwest of Sesuit Harbor. Jeff the charterer decided to take the bait fishing into his own hands as he loaded the 40 gallon live up with 40+ mackerel all ranging from tinkers to horse sizes in about 10 minutes. The Killin It Good Charter team could see the excitement in Jeff’s face that today might be that day we catch some good size striped bass. We went north on a slow cruise to Providence town where we found the 61 degree sea surface water right off the bath houses load with all sorts of striped bass ranging from small 28 inch fish all the way up to 45 inch fish. The heaviest fish came in at 35 lbs. on the scale which was caught by Captain EJ himself. The one and only mackerel the captain drifted over the ledge that day. (Just to let mate mike know) While Jeff came in a close second with a huge bass weighing 33 lbs. and Mate Mike well he was the king of the smaller 35 inch fish not really worth weighing on a day like today.
In all seriousness, the Killin It Good Sport Fishing Charters, llc of Cape Cod Massachusetts had a unbelievable day on the water using every mackerel we had in the live well fishing the ledge from race point to wood end providence town massachusetts. The fish just never stopped biting. Fishing for striped bass has seemed to be hot this year in all the waters around Cape Cod bay, Buzzards Bay, and Nantucket sound. While Striped bass has been hot the giant Bluefin tuna has not. There are just no fish around yet as we wait patiently to hear a rumor the fish are here moving up the coast. All we can do as avid anglers is wait, and hope that the tunas show up to bays of New England. Any week now the team feels the bite will pick back up.
If you are interested in booking a sport fishing charter while vacationing on Cape Cod this summer, we are the team to call. Please call or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 774-254-0691. Or just click over to book a charter page.
Quote of the day “It’s definitely better than work, this will be the highlight of my summer” Jeff
Captian E. J. Precourt