Save The Date: StriperFest 2019 – Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019
Join us for the biggest fishing party in the Northeast!
Live Music • Budweiser Beer • Food from The Black Dog Tavern
Yamaha Demo Rides • Tackle Demos
Kid’s Activities and Games • Casting Competitions
Trophies & Awards • The Cow Gallery • Fishy Exhibits & Much More!
Roy Leyva – Shimano Ambassador and striper surfcasting specialist – Shore Fishing Tackle & Tactics
Blaine Anderson – Shimano Experience Team Manager and striper boat fishing specialist – Striper Tackle & Tactics
Capt. Tim Egenrieder – Simrad Pro Staff – Using Electronics to Find Bass
StriperFest is the biggest fishing party on the East Coast. Over a late summer weekend, thousands of fishermen and their friends and family come to Cape Cod to take boat demo rides, check out the sponsors’ displays, eat, drink and enjoy live music. Way more than just an awards ceremony for The Striper Cup, it’s the season-capping event of the year for striped bass fishermen.
Please note that StriperFest is a no-smoking venue and there are no pets allowed (with the exception of service animals specifically trained to help people who have disabilities).
StriperFest is held in On The Water’s hometown: the historic Cape Cod town of Falmouth, MA. Located right on Vineyard Sound, it’s the perfect location to celebrate a great season of fishing for striped bass and party on the waterfront at Falmouth Harbor. The Upper Cape is surrounded by world-class fall fishing, so don’t forget to bring your gear and plan to stay awhile. Falmouth offers something for the whole family, with great shopping, dining and nightlife. Take the ferry from Falmouth Harbor to Martha’s Vineyard, or check out the aquarium at nearby Woods Hole. Mark your calendars now for a fun-filled weekend!
Go over the Bourne Bridge, which crosses the Cape Cod Canal. In the rotary after the bridge, take the second exit, Rt. 28 South. Continue straight on Rt. 28S for approx. 13.8 miles. Rt. 28 will take a sharp left at Queens Buyway, which brings you into downtown Falmouth. Continue on Rt. 28 for 1.3 miles, and take a right onto Scranton Ave. (just after the 7-Eleven). Marine Park will be on your left after .3 miles, on the waterfront. Look for the tents!
GPS Address: Marine Park, 180 Scranton Avenue, Falmouth, MA
Free parking is available at the Gus Canty Community Center and the Lawrence School. There will be free shuttle bus service from the Lawrence School. Premium parking is also available for $10 at the StriperFest lot on Scranton Ave. across from Robbins Rd. Please don’t park in front of Windfall Market, West Marine, or any of the side streets adjacent to Marine Park! There is no parking at MacDougalls’.
Yamaha Demo Day
For the eigth year in a row, Yamaha will be holding demo tours for a number of their new models. Just sign up at the Yamaha display inside StriperFest and walk down to the docks to enjoy a free demo ride out into Vineyard Sound! Time: 10AM – 4:00PM Location: Falmouth Harbor, Right next to StriperFest
Boat Fishing: Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket and the Elizabeth Islands are all within an hour run and offer superb fishing. False albacore are often abundant at this time of year just outside Falmouth Harbor. Cape Cod Bay also offers small-boat owners a shot at bluefin tuna. If you have a large boat, there are plenty of slips available in Falmouth Harbor that are within walking distance from the event.
Discover quaint gift and clothing boutiques, art galleries, specialty stores and restaurants for both fine and casual dining. Visit www.falmouthchamber.com
Other Local Attractions
Martha’s Vineyard is a short boat ride from Falmouth. There are two ferries that will get you there for an affordable price:
Island Queen • Falmouth Harbor • (508) 548-4800 • islandqueen.com
Steamship Authority • Woods Hole • (508) 548-4800 • mvferry.com
Cape Cod Children’s Museum • Mashpee, MA • capecodchildrensmuseum.org