After a great outing for Black sea bass and fluke, we found a great BIG school of Blue choppers ready to jump on our offerings. Middle ground has plenty of keeper bass and the fly guys are out fishing pluggers.
All south side bays and estuaries are full of fresh fun fish. From Schoolie size to 38 inches. The outgoing tides are the trick. Throwing pearl white sluggos on 1/2 to 3/4 oz jig heads. Live pogies have been catching the bigger fish during the evening tides. Succonnesset shoal has been hot lately on the … Continue reading “June 3rd Report”
PHEW… What a start to Black Bass Fishing. Vineyard and Nantucket sound is hopping with better than average fish. Iridescent Blues light up when caught. I swear they are the most beautiful fish in our area. A friend and I loaded out with our limit in 1.5 hrs. We Caught 50+ fish including a nice … Continue reading “Black Sea Bass Heaven”
The Herring are in, the Herring are in! Yep, those tasty little swimming tidbits that stripers like so much, have started filtering into the local rivers and runs. You can always tell by the amount of bird life that congregate around the fish ladders in hopes of an easy meal. they start with what I … Continue reading “Herring are in..”
Striper season is almost here in the Northeast. This is a time for oiling reels, stringing new line and sharpening old hooks. A Time of remembrance of fin-tastic fishing days gone by. A time of telling stories about slashing line siders chasing your topwater offerings on the ceiling of the ocean. Budding trees and the … Continue reading “Spring dreams lead to Summer stripers”