Boston Harbor Report, Sept. 27, 2005

Although I’ve been a bit lax about posting reports these days, there are still plenty of bass and blues in the harbor. Fishing ought to remain good for the next few weeks providing the weather and wind cooperate. Last Friday, Victor Moldinaldo and his brother Carlos joined me for some late afternoon fly and light tackle fishing. Soft plastic jerk baits for Carlos and a gray/lavendar half & half for Victor were the order of the day. After a fish that took Victor long into his backing got away, I was pleased when he landed his largest striper on the fly, to date. It was just a perfect day and the wind remained calm until the last hour or so of fishing. What more can you ask for? My charters will continue throughout October until the proverbial "fat lady" sings.

Victor Moldinaldo with one that didn’t get away…

Until next time, we’ll see you out there.

Capt. Wayne


Mark N. Cahill has been writing and editing for since 1995. He started fishing in the mid-1960's and caught his first striper off World's End in Hingham in 1966. From there on in it was an obsession. He loves fishing for tuna, and fly fishing for striped bass. In a pinch, anything with fins will do...

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