Author: Rob Conery

Rob Conery writes a weekly fishing column for Cape Cod Times. A graduate of the University of Massachusetts, he splits time between a hobo camp in western Maine and his native Cape Cod where he has spent 45 consecutive summers walking distance to Lewis Bay. He has written many articles for Cape Cod LIFE including a recent piece on Cape Cod and Islands divers, and his novel Winterland is available on Strawberry Books.

Rob Conery

Articles By Name:

A Race for the Ages

After 50 years of Figawi, nobody is wondering where we are anymore. BAR BETS AT BARNEY’S Time and the accretion…

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Tony Pasquale and Terra Luna

Tony Pasquale brings a groovy flavor all his own to Terra Luna and the Outer Cape community Terra Luna only…

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Photo Portfolio: Night photography by Timothy Little

  Nighttime photography including moonlit images, light painting and shots of the Milky Way Galaxy by Timothy Little, owner of…

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Exploring the World Beneath the Waves

There is another world, a bigger world. It’s a world both alien and familiar, and it starts at the beach.…

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Into the Great Wide Open

The Eastham Painters Guild heads outdoors to capture nature on the canvas Of all the members of the Eastham Painters…

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Along the Water

Every summer, millions of migratory fish make their way through the Cape Cod Canal, chasing their next meal. In hot…

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Out to Sea

Sea Tow Cape and Islands provides crucial support to mariners in distress. The sea has no memory. Mariners from time…

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Allure of the Figawi

Our writer recalls his favorite moments from 18 Figawi races across Nantucket Sound “We are gonna hit that boat!” The…

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We’re Fishing

Weir fishing still endures as a sustainable practice, thanks to a few hardy Cape Cod fishermen. The period from 1870…

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Photographers Revealed

The Photography Center of Cape Cod gives guidance to a congregation of camera clickers on Route 6A. The days when…

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Splendid Through the Centuries

For generations, Cotuit oysters have been a coveted choice for holiday feasts. Step up to the headquarters of the Cotuit…

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Big Screen

Comedic filmmaker Neil Mahoney of Osterville makes it big in the high-stakes world of Los Angeles show biz. Twelve years…

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Wellfleet to the World

From playing for change in Provincetown to touring the continent, the Parkington Sisters recent success reveals lives of musical devotion.…

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Training Days

The Nauset Model Rail Road Club’s elaborate tracks and detailed replicas prove that model trains aren’t child’s play. In a…

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Net Perfection

Cape and Islands fishermen are hooked on striped bass. For fishermen, there’s a magical tide that washes over Cape Cod…

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