NEF TV: Fishing Cape Cod’s Kettle Ponds

NEF TV: Fishing Cape Cod’s Kettle Ponds | New England Boating & Fishing

host Tom Richardson and guide Chris Nashville fish one of Cape Cod’s glacier-formed kettle ponds for largemouth bass.

The Cape is pocked by these small ponds, which offer a dependable largemouth fishery for light-tackle anglers (the ponds also hold pickerel, bluegill, and trout). They also serve as a good option for Cape anglers when ocean conditions aren’t cooperating.

In this episode, Nashville shares his advice on the best times to fish the kettle ponds, seasonal fish movements inside the ponds, the right gear to use, and his favorite lures and techniques.

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