June is a great month for fishing Barnstable Harbor
June is a great month for fishing Barnstable Harbor as the striped bass have made their way back to the harbor. They were behind schedule this year, almost two weeks later than usual, but they are here now. Preferred flies are olive and white and/or chartreuse and white clousers. Intermediate line gets the fly down below the surface where the stripers can see them. Fast retrieves often wake up even the laziest of fish! Look for sea lice on the sides of these migrating fish. I’ve always been told that sea lice are the sign of a healthy fish.
Beat the crowds and come fish Cape Cod’s Barnstable Harbor in June. Spots are available, the rods and reels are ready to go.
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On a side note…
Wow! It’s been a while since I’ve posted, and yes, that January storm did bring the highest tide ever. Barnstable Village is still picking up the pieces after the damage that the stormy flood waters left behind. The shifting sands of Barnstable Harbor were impacted by all of the winter’s storms. Some of the shoals have moved and grown while others have diminished. Nevertheless, the waters are clear and (most) of the channels remain deep. So remember, that no matter what January brought to us…
June is a great month for fishing Barnstable Harbor!