Catching Cape Cod Albies from a Hobie Compass Kayak

by | Sep 23, 2017 | Black Sea Bass Fishing, Bonito Fishing, False Albacore Fishing, Striped Bass Fishing

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We were lucky enough to try out a new Hobie Mirage Compass kayak in pursuit of false albacore on the south shore of Cape Cod. The weather was touch and go but the fish were feeding and to make things even more interesting, the water boiled with King mackerel. What a rush! Take a look at the bite and boat and as always, thanks for checking out Fish Wrap.

 

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  1. johnduxbury123

    Nicely done!

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