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Eastman Sport & Tackle

November 20, 2017:
There is more talk of bucks than bass according to Jim at Eastman's Sport and Tackle where customers have been taking advantage of stocked pheasant, whitetail deer and some great freshwater fishing. Jim said the fall trout stocking has already added to the quality of fishing on the entire Cape and he and the staff wish everyone a healthy and happy Thanksgiving.

Previous Reports

  • November 13, 2017 Open or Close

    The surface action on the little fish has slowed a bit, but there are schools of fish in the sound driving bait to the surface. Jim at Eastman's Sport and Tackle said that action has been attracting flocks of sea gulls, and he believes it might be mackerel working fine bait. There are a few people still catching schoolies although the best action has been in the early morning and at night. One of his regulars stopped in to pick up some live eels he will be using on a night trip casting up towards the Elizabeth's.

  • November 6, 2017 Open or Close

    There are schoolies breaking all along the Falmouth beaches for the third week in a row, but there are not that many anglers cashing-in on the action. The weather may have been a bit windy for boaters, but according to Jim at Eastman's Sport and Tackle the surf guys are having a great time using smaller lures of all types.

  • October 30, 2017 Open or Close

    The stripers and albacore show no signs of leaving the shore side of Nantucket Sound and the mouths of the rivers and inlets. Jim at Eastman's Sport and Tackle said he had been watching all the action every morning while driving to work along the waterfront. Customers are saying there are keepers in with the smaller fish and Jim saw evidence of this in Bourne's Pond where fish of keeper size and better were busting bait on top. Freshwater fishing in all local waters has been very good for anyone who has wet a line over the past two weeks.

  • October 23, 2017 Open or Close

    The albies are on a feeding binge according to Jim at Eastman's Sport and Tackle with most of the rivers and inlets along the Sound side holding bait which attracts the forktails. There are schoolies in the mix along the same waterways, and someone called to inform us that they had some nice blues off Nobska one late afternoon over the weekend.

Eastman Sport & Tackle

Eastman Sport & Tackle
783 Main St
Falmouth, MA 02536
phone: 508-548-6900

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