At Fly Guy Fish Guides, we like to think that each trip out fishing is an experience – not just a trip. Choose from the experience that interests you most and book a trip today!
Boston Harbor and it’s plethora of beautiful islands and structure makes a fertile fishing ground. The outer Cape Cod area is chock full of fish and beautiful white sand beaches and rips. The Northshore of MA has a phenomenal river and marsh system chock full of life. Join us today aboard Deceiver, our 23′ Jones Brothers Cape Fisherman Lite Tackle Edition looking for schools of flounder, striped bass, bluefish, and false albacore!
Whether you’re completely new to the sport of fly fishing, a sniper with your 2w on trout streams, or just don’t feel comfortable with your heavier weight casting or strip sets – this is the experience for you. The amount of new terminology, gear, and skills required can be intimidating. We’ll cut through the confusion and get down to what’s needed to get you comfortably into saltwater fly fishing and actually catching fish! Come learn the ins and outs of saltwater fly fishing with us!
There’s nothing as exhilarating as stalking a big striped bass, making the perfect presentation, then watching it inhale your fly and make a run in water barely up to your knees. Stripers on the flats morph into a different breed and behave much like bonefish in the Keys. With all of their senses engaged and perfect conditions to spot and stalk their prey, striped bass become hyper focused on the prey of their choice and become very selective. With no deep water around for hooked fish to retreat to for safety, runs on the flats tend to be longer as well…
For many, the fishing season starts in the fall with the arrival of Bonito and False Albacore (albies). The adrenaline rush of casting into a surface blitz, going tight, then going well into your backing within seconds is some of the best inshore fly and light tackle fishing there is! With runs of 40mph+, these speedsters are sure to keep you on your toes and test your limits.