Somewhere around the third week of August there is a change in the air. The crickets start finding their way inside our homes and the unique honk of fleeing geese fills the early morning skies. Family vacationers start packing up to make it home for the start of football and other fall sport practices. The Cape migration has begun. Almost in direct proportion to the exodus of people is the arrival of Tuna and other fall Sportfish. The fish heavily feed in the fall as they prepare for their own departure in October and November. The fishing now is as good as it gets. The Provincetown and Truro charter fleet has within its easy reach Bluefin Tuna, Striped Bass and Bluefish. Yesterday Capt Joe located some hungry bluefish which brought smiles to a very happy crew.