We are a bait and tackle shop, serving Upper Cape Cod since 1999. We carry all of the gear you need for fishing local waters - both fresh and saltwater - and the bait needed to go with it!
Also- we have expanded and now feature a fish market with all the fresh fish you need to have a memorable seafood experience. And for a special treat, check out our one-of-a-kind lobster rolls. Look forward to seeing you!
Our convenient location-
Our location provides easy access from both Rte 6 and Rte 28 and is centrally located among some of the best fishing waters in New England.
For those looking for the Cape's legendary saltwater action, we are less than 10 min. from the east end of the Cape Cod Canal, the most popular fishing area on the Cape. Adjacent to the canal is the tidal estuary called Mill Creek (locals refer to it as "Old Harbor"), where many fly-rodders try their luck. Scorton Creek, another spot popular with fly fishermen, is also close by and Sandy Neck Beach, where 4-wheel drive vehicles can hit the sand, is a short hop from there.
For those looking to fish Nantucket Sound, a short drive to the south will take you to the popular bluefishing areas known as South Cape Beach and Popponesset/New Seabury. Popponesset is also the home of the renowned striped bass hole called "The Spit".
For fans of Freshwater fishing Peter's Pond, which is heavily stocked each spring with trout, and Mashpee-Wakeby, home to some of the best largemouth bass fishing in the state, are a stones throw away. There are also many other ponds, offering every type of fishing imaginable, within a few short miles of our store. Freshwater fishing on Cape Cod is vastly underrated! Don't miss out!
For detailed directions to our store, click on the About Us link.
Stay in touch with this website for regular fishing updates! There will be a quick report listed at the bottom of the homepage, with a more detailed report in the Fishing Report section.
Fishing Report- September- 2020
F/W- Trout start moving closer to shore as water cools. Powerbait and worms best. Bass fishing improves with live shiners best. Perch, sunfish and pickerel also good bets. Worms best.
S/W- Striped bass will be found in inlets and bays with evening and early a/m. best. Action improves as month progresses. Look for moving water with some depth. Creeks and estuaries also good and canal productive at times. Black Seabass plentiful. Rockpiles and shoals best. Bluefish hit or miss. South Cape Beach and Horseshoe Shoal good. Scup still good option.
See fishing report section of website for much more detail! Good luck!