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Slow Start to Fall

Sept. 1 wasn’t exactly the magic bullet many of us were hoping for. Pretty much this report could be the same as I offered last week. Yes, there are fish, both bass and blues, but the numbers of fish that inshore fishermen are finding are

Posted in Boston and Eastern Massachusetts, Fishing Reports

Get Moving!

The weather has the migration in full swing.  That means you can still catch epic blitzes if you can get out in the weather we’ve been having.  If you wait a week or two, you’ll miss it.  The fish are headed south and there is

Posted in Boston and Eastern Massachusetts, Introduction

Northshore Report – First Light Anglers

September 30th- Well, I cannot believe it is already October. This last month has absolutely flown by. I apologize for the lack of reports the last couple of weeks. Nat and I have simply been flat out running charters and I have not even been

Posted in Boston and Eastern Massachusetts, North Shore

Your Results May Vary…

It’s fall guys, that means feast and famine.  Blitzes one moment, and nothing the next.  The best advice I can give (and it’s repeated throughout this mornings report) is that you need to move around and check the likely spots.  If they aren’t were you

Posted in Boston and Eastern Massachusetts, Introduction

North Shore

There’s no sign that this thing’s over yet.  But we can figure it’s going to start tailing off over the next few weeks.  That said, this may be some of the best fishing you see all season. Bass3six had this: Fished with Marvin Mojo Lewiton

Posted in Boston and Eastern Massachusetts, North Shore

Boston Harbor

Shaun Ruge sums it up best: Every morning. This has been the most consistant fishing I have ever seen anywhere. A miracle for the harbor. Going on 5 weeks now. Where? I’ll tell you…it’s happening everywhere.  Well, I guess what I mean is that it

Posted in Boston and Eastern Massachusetts, Boston Harbor

South Shore

Not a lot of reports this week. Word from Plymouth/Duxbury is there’s still plenty of fish around, but the bait is more scarce.  North River’s still somewhat slow, so work the outside and you’ll find them.

Posted in Boston and Eastern Massachusetts, South Shore

Boston Harbor, August 13, 2005

The fishing has really picked up in the harbor over the past few days and we’re seeing lots of small baitfish and lots of schoolie stripers and small blues. Lots of fun on light tackle and 7/8 wt. fly rods too!Jer Jo Payne with a

Posted in Boston and Eastern Massachusetts, Boston Harbor

Tuna Madness

Yup, it’s that time of year.  Tuna madness has gripped the entire Northeast.  Vacation days are being burned, gear is getting destroyed and there’s been a run on wasabi at Bread and Circus.  To those that haven’t done it, you can’t possibly imagine the addictive

Posted in Boston and Eastern Massachusetts, Introduction

Northshore

Yeah, I know…tuna, tuna, tuna… Adult pogies are still holding in Salem, and they’ve got their friends the bluefish with them.  Some decent striper catches coming from the Cape Ann rocks and beaches.  Peanut bunker showing pretty well, which shapes up for a great fall

Posted in Boston and Eastern Massachusetts, North Shore
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