The striped bass have mostly moved on for the season, but the cod and pollock fishing just offshore could not be better. I’ve found a great spot on an old wreck (sorry, it’s a secret) where the cod and pollock are on before our jigs hit the bottom. We’re reaching our limits on 5 to 15 pound cod (10 per anglers) and catching plenty of pollock besides. The fall weather is crisp and gorgeous out there. We leave at 4:30 a.m. from Cape Cod’s Falmouth Harbor for a three-hour trip that takes us about 64 miles offshore, and all in it’s a 12-hour day. You’ll be comfortable and dry in my newly refurbished 37-foot lobster-boat, which cruises and fishes like a dream. So give me a call and let’s get out on the water to catch the fish that made cape Cod famous.