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About Me

Eastham, Cape Cod
Capt. Josh is a Cape Cod native with 30 years' experience fishing and navigating the waters of the Outer Cape. Raised on the waterfront in Provincetown, he got hooked on fishing at a young age and went on to a career as a commercial fisherman before launching his chartering business. With Outermost Angling he carries on a family tradition -- his father, Capt. Zach Zacharias, has been a light-tackle fishing guide on the west coast of Florida for decades.

MY boat for 2013 season

Outermost Angling is running a 2003 Sea Vee center console with twin Honda 150 four strokes. We have all USCG safety equipment on board.


tuna video

Today I fished with Alan and his friend Matt -- an action-packed day on the water, awesome conditions. The fish were all over halfbeaks, balling them up and crashing through the schools at Mach speed. The takes were some of the best I have ever seen on topwater. All fish were taken on OCEAN LURES plugs. Just a great day.


tuna and more tuna

Had another great day on the water with Capt Jeff Smith and Capt Gill Burke. We went 1 for 4 on fish that were charged up after the blow yesterday. They were brutes, most fights went for a half an hour. The bait is not as thick as the day before but we managed some nice fish. The takes on plugs OCEAN LURES have been very explosive and the vertical RONZ still gets it done. I'm totally spent after today -- way too many fish in the last couple of weeks. It will only get better as the fall is upon us and the fish will feed heavy. Just hope the weather will hold up. Back at it again tomorrow, hope to get one stuck on the fly. Thanks for an awesome day off. Looking forward to doing it again.

Capt Josh.


topwater tuna

The last couple of days have been epic for the topwater tuna feed. I have enjoyed some of the best fishing ever. The fish are averaging close to seventy inches and the spinning tackle has brought them to the boat in good time with an average of 15 minutes per fight, with clean releases. The single hooks all have been in the corner of the mouth and the fish have been easily swum and let go to fight another day. If you are looking to tackle one of these bruisers look me up as the fishing should only get better with the fall upon us. Today I had 10 hook-ups, brought four to the boat; the others were clean hook pulls after a short battle. The troll bite will also get hot so if you prefer to do that we can accommodate you.

Capt Josh.


The other day I had Mike, Tac, Frank and Ed out for a half day of bass fishing. The topwater feed was on and we nailed lots of fish on top. The jigs also caught a fair amount with most of the big stuff coming down deep. This was a great morning of fishing. I know the guys had a great day, lots of fillets to go around. Till next time.