Bay Side Beaches
Barnstable Harbor - From Rt. 6A in Barnstable take either Bone Hill Rd. or Mill St.
Chapin Beach - From Rt. 6A in Dennis take New Boston Rd. and follow signs.
Point of Rocks Beach - From Rt. 6A in Brewster take Point of Rocks Rd.
Sandy Neck - From Rt. 6A in Sandwich take Sandy Neck Rd.
Wellfleet Harbor - From Rt. 6 in Wellfleet take Pilgrim Spring Rd.
Old Silver Beach - From Rt. 28A in Falmouth take Curley Blvd. then left on Quaker Rd.
Wings Neck - From Rt. 28A in Bourne take Barlows Landing Rd. to Wing Neck Rd.
Woods Hole - From Rt. 28 in Falmouth take Woods Hole Rd.
Cape Cod Canal
There are fishing areas on both sides of the canal
Mainland Side - Try along Rt. 6 near the herring run.
Cape Side - Take Sandwich Rd. off the Bourne Rotary and look for the many parking areas on the left hand side of the road.
Scusset Beach - From Sagamore Rotary take 3A to Scusset Beach Rd.
Stage Harbor - From Rt. 28 in Chatham take Stage Harbor Rd.
To really fish Monomoy you'll need a boat. A charter or party boat can get you to this extraordinarily productive fishing ground.
Coast Guard Beach - From Rt. 6 in Eastham take Doane Rd.
Nauset Beach - From Rt. 28 in Orleans turn East on Main St. veer right onto Pochet Rd.
Pamet Beach - From Rt. 6 take South St. to Pamet Rd.
Race Point - From Rt. 6 in Provincetown take Race Point Rd.
South Side Beaches
Craigville Beach - From West Main St. in Hyannis take Old Craigville Rd.
Dowses Beach - From Main St. in Osterville take Wianno Rd.
South Cape Beach - From the Mashpee Rotary take Great Neck Rd. to Great Oak Rd.
West Dennis Beach - From Rt. 28 in West Dennis take School St. to Lighthouse Rd.
Bass River - The Bridge on Rt. 28 on the Yarmouth Dennis line holds many kinds of fish like flounder, scup, and you guessed it .. Bass. At the mouth of the river there is a fishing pier on the Yarmouth side.
Herring River - The bridges on Rt. 28 and Lower County Rd. in Harwich are a good bet, as well as the jetties at the mouth, next to the 'Belmont'.
Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard
Trying to find a bad spot to fish on the islands would probably be more difficult than the reverse. Here are a few of the more popular spots.
Martha's Vineyard - Try Katama Beach on the back side or Tashmoo Beach in Vineyard Haven.
Nantucket - Try the points. Smith, Eel, and Great Point are usually hot spots