Cape Cod Captain Unveils New Cutting Edge Resource For Cape Cod Fishing Reports

December 23, 2012 (PRLEAP.COM) Sports News
Even with a recent and promising Cape Cod fishing report on hand many recreational Cape Cod fishermen face a daunting problem - how do you find and catch fish? Yes, it's true - fish are often hard to find and even more difficult to hook.

In recent years the recreational fishery on Cape Cod has exploded in popularity. With the explosion has come an increasing demand for Cape Cod fishing reports and information.

These days Cape Cod recreational anglers most often turn to the internet to find the latest Cape Cod fishing report and information on where and how to catch fish. Online forums and message boards are among the most popular destinations for these fishermen. Nevertheless making sense of all the forum posts and scattered Cape Cod fishing reports is often like putting together the pieces of a puzzle. Combing the forums and message boards for one simple and reliable Cape Cod fishing report requires time and energy.

On top of that putting what you learn into action is another challenge for newbie anglers. More often than not, years of trial and error are required in order to learn how to catch fish off Cape Cod with consistency.

This is the dilemma that many recreational Cape Cod fishermen face. They want to catch fish and have fun with their families, but they don't know how to go about it.

Yet a new Cape Cod fishing report and how-to website may have just solved this very problem.

My Fishing Cape Cod is the brainchild of Cape Cod charter and commercial fishing captain Ryan Collins. Collins has been fishing Cape Cod since the age of 5, and now seeks to share his knowledge with other less experienced anglers.

Collins' site is unique in that it caters to helping people learn how to find and catch fish off Cape Cod. Unlike other sites, information and Cape Cod fishing reports are presented in an organized and easy to comprehend fashion.

"I love to fish but I also love helping other people fish. Whether it's on one of my fishing charters or via the website, I really enjoy helping people have fun fishing Cape Cod," says Collins.

In particular, Collins provides the following information to My Fishing Cape Cod members:

  • In-depth and accurate Cape Cod fishing reports
  • Cape Cod striped bass fishing articles and videos
  • Cape Cod tuna reports and articles
  • Cape Cod fishing hot spots
  • Cape Cod Canal fishing reports, articles and videos
  • Premier access to the My Fishing Cape Cod members forum

  • Collins is also including a couple bonuses to folks who sign up as members during 2013. Throughout this coming winter Collins will be holding live Cape Cod fishing webinars that explain his best fishing techniques and strategies. He is also launching eCourses and eBooks that are free to MFCC members.

    "The live webinars and eCourses in particular have received a great response. There is nothing like it currently available anywhere else," said Collins.

    The truth is that many fishing communities are extremely tight lipped. Fishermen don''t want to share their secrets. Receiving open and honest fishing information is typically impossible to find.

    "The goal of MFCC is to make it less frustrating for folks looking for a recent Cape Cod fishing report-folks just hoping to put a fish or two in the boat or on the sand" explained Collins.

    And My Fishing Cape Cod members seem to doing just that. Since launching the site, membership base has quickly grown to over 150 members. During the season Collins published a new Cape Cod fishing report almost daily Collins hopes to double that number by the end of the 2013 season.

    Yet one major difference worth mentioning here is the tone of the MFCC community. On My Fishing Cape Cod you will not find a single negative comment. Everything is presented in a positive, helpful and friendly manner.

    "I think people find the tone of the site to be refreshing. We're all friends which is really cool" says Collins.

    You can check out Collins' Cape Cod fishing report membership site by visiting