Boston Report, July 30, 2005

The fishing continues on the slow side in the harbor, but stripers can be caught on the fly and light tackle fishing the rocks around the inner and outer harbor islands. We have seen the occasional school of bluefish in Quincy Bay and south towards Cohasset but they are here one day and gone the next. Fishing the tube & worm has also been productive for larger bass.
My Reel Dream Kid’s Fishing Camp finished off a super week and although the conditions weren’t the best (i.e. wind, heat, slow fishing) the kids were great and had a blast! Attached is a picture of Warren Thompson, Robby Griffin, and Matthew Seymour with a nice keeper bass (32", 12#) the team trolled up on the tube & worm. It was the last fish of the week and the largest, as well.

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

Capt. Wayne Frieden
Reel Dream Charters
617-909-7122

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Mark N. Cahill has been writing and editing for Reel-Time.com 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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