CAPE COD FLY FISHING charters
Best Inshore Fishing on Cape Cod Bay
fly fishing & light tackle charters
COVID-19 has impacted all of us in so many ways.
Capt. Avery Revere takes the situation very seriously and wants to ensure that “social distancing” takes place on Salty Fly Fishing Charters.
Early season trips will be limited one angler.
This is the only way to ensure “social distancing” and a comfortable fishing experience aboard a 20′ boat.
Read “Fishing Reports” to learn about other protocols for fishing in the COVID-19 era.
Sight-fish for striped bass across sandy flats or stalk them as they feed along craggy shorelines. Chase high flying terns across the bay to locate and cast at pods of hungry striped bass and feisty bluefish with Salty Fly Cape Cod Fly Fishing & Light Tackle Charters.
Salty Fly’s guided fishing trips depart from Cape Cod’s Barnstable Marina; home of the Mattakeese Wharf Restaurant and the Hyannis Whale Watcher Cruises. Pack a sandwich, your favorite fishing hat, and your polarized sunglasses for a morning (or afternoon) of fishing.
Capt’n Avery’s comfortable and “well-appointed” 20′ Jones Brothers 1910 center console with its quiet 150HP 4‑stroke Yamaha engine provides a comfortable fishing platform for up to 3 anglers. Enjoy a personalized angling adventure and discover the secrets of Barnstable Harbor, one of the best striped bass fishing destinations in the world.
Salty Fly Charters supplies all the gear, fishing tips, local knowledge and a friendly atmosphere for you to have a great day on the water. If fishing isn’t your thing, book a Harbor or Birding Tour with Capt’n Avery and see close up the famous Sandy Neck Lighthouse, and the flora & fauna that make Barnstable Harbor such a special place.
Cape Cod Fly Fishing Charters
capt. avery revere
Captain Avery Revere has been fishing Barnstable Harbor for over 50 years. She has guided clients around Cape Cod’s north side for almost 20 years. She is also the president of Friends of Barnstable Harbor, a local nonprofit whose mission it is to protect Barnstable Harbor.