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As we plan our private fishing charters, we need to keep in mind the Massachusetts Recreational Fishing Regulations which have specific start and end dates for fishing for specific species. Here you can find the link to the MA regulations tables: http://www.mass.gov/eea/agencies/dfg/dmf/laws-and-regulations/recreational-regulations/
Remember that if you’re freshwater fishing you will need a MA fishing permit. If you’re on a private saltwater fishing charter, however, you are covered under the boat’s permits. Our season will kick off May 21, 2017. We still have openings for Kid’s Trips, half day and full day fishing, and much more. All fishing gear is provided and we will fillet your catch! Check out our reviews in Yelp, Tripadvisor and Google. You can also email or call us with questions. Email email@example.com or call 774-212-0016. We look forward to fishing with you and your crew! #familyfishingfun #CapeCodHasIt #SST
Cape Cod, MA
New Englanders consider Cape Cod a slice of heaven on Earth. Upscale seaside towns dot the 65-mile stretch of land in Massachusetts. Water sports abound, and yes, plenty of fish are just offshore for the catching. Popular species found in Cape Cod waters include striped bass, bluefish, bonito, tuna, cod, mackerel and even sharks.
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“From reserving the charter, to fishing, to you name it, Capt. Shane was the best. He and first mate Zaq did a great job getting us out to the best fishing spots for striped bass, flawlessly maneuvering the boat to drift through the throngs of fish as we pulled them in one after another. Couldn’t have been better.” – TripAdvisor review
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