On The Water’s Angling Adventures Presents Cape Cod King Mackerel

Andy Nabreski joins Captain Terry Nugent of Riptide Charters for an unexpected and epic king mackerel bite on the south side of Cape Cod

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On The Water’s Andy Nabreski joins Captain Terry Nugent of Riptide Charters on an unexpected and epic king mackerel bite on the south side of Cape Cod.

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10 on “On The Water’s Angling Adventures Presents Cape Cod King Mackerel

  1. Riichard Barron

    I had no idea that Cape Cod holds King Macks. Florida is moving up the East Coast. Maybe I’ll be fishing for Tarpon off The Vineyard soon!!

  2. Bob Leonti

    I hate to say it BUT the only mackerel I saw in this video were Spanish Mackerel. There may be kings around but these guys did not catch one.

  3. Bob Leonti

    This captain better learn his fish species, spotted are Spanish Mackerel, Kings have barred vertical lines.

    1. GSL

      Smaller King Macks have brownish spots similar to those of Spanish Macks. These do look like Kings.
      I would hope that Capt Nugent would know his fish…

    2. Chris G

      Juvenile Kings — which these are – do have spots, and note the lateral lines and how they dip sharply @ 6:35 & 12:41

  4. Kevin L

    This episode aired again today, having caught many Spanish Mackerel I was wondering why their calling them Kings! Also Spanish Mackerel are delicious, much better than Atlantic Mac.

  5. Julio Gracia

    I’ve been a first mate off Florida and Spanish Virgin Islands for many years and have caught my share of Spanish Mackerel, Cero Macks and King Macks and I assure you these are Spanish mackerel on this video. I have caught many “juvenile” king mackerels and I have never seen one with spots, let alone any yellowish hue. Nice video and nice to see Spanish mackerel in New England waters.

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