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October 15, 2018:
The hot tog bite caused The Sports Port to temporarily run out of crabs this week, but they will have a new supply in on Monday morning. James said there were loads of schoolies and some albies in the area of Dowses Beach this weekend and good numbers of legal tog on the rockpiles off Hyannis and at Colliers and Bishops and Clerks. The Canal has also been giving up good stripers to those who arrive early and stay with it until all the others leave. The bite there has been on and off but all day long in some places.



Previous Reports

  • October 8, 2018 Open or Close

    Bonito and albies are the hot bite in the Craigville Beach area and in front of most of the harbors and rivers along that shoreline. Ben at The Sports Port said the fishing has been very good this week and into the weekend with bait dropping out of the rivers with schools of fork tails and school stripers busting them. The stocking trucks have loaded up local ponds and lakes with good numbers of quality trout, and the black bass fishing has come alive with the onset of cooler weather. The shop has a good supply of Daddy Macs and Epoxy jigs.

  • October 1, 2018 Open or Close

    Amy from The Sports Port told us the bonito and albies were making appearances in the Craigsville Beach area, and a few were reported off Bishops and Clerks where bottom fishermen were working on scup and black sea bass catches. They will have green crabs in time for the best part of the tautog run which is beginning to peak. The Canal has been giving up a lot of small stripers with quite a few up to keeper size, and one customer sent us a note about a 30-pounder that was caught nearby while he was catching only schoolies in the east end.

  • September 24, 2018 Open or Close

    It was a cold and windy morning at The Sports Port where Ben was filling buckets with shiners and selling worms and Power Bait to freshwater fishermen who were catching trout, pickerel and black bass. The saltwater action has been great with the schools of albies from Bass River to Woods Hole and these fish don't seem that picky just yet. The Daddy Mac lures have been a big seller since those fish arrived. Don't forget the clam baskets and quahog rakes, they have all the shellfish gear you need right here.

  • September 17, 2018 Open or Close

    The word from Ben at The Sports Port was of decent fishing for bass in the east end of the Canal where customers were scoring stripers from shorts to 30 inches. There were also reports of albies in the east end as well as all along the shores of Nantucket Sound and around the inlets to the harbors and estuaries. Lots of big scup are coming in off the rockpiles and a few tog and sea bass are being caught there as well. They have all types of bait you need for a successful trip.

Sports Port

Sports Port
149 West Main Street
Hyannis, MA 02601
phone: 508-775-3096


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