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FISHING LOGS: New England
South Shore Mass. to Maine

STRIPERS & BOTTOM FISH

Posted By Greg Metcalf, November 5, 2018
STRIPERS & BOTTOM FISH
A large pollock landed on a recent marathon trip aboard the Yankee Fleet.
There is still some steady striped bass action between Green Harbor and Scituate Harbor. Most of the fish are school sized in the 20-inch range, but there are some keepers in the mix. Humarock (also known as fourth cliff) has been good during the early morning tide. Bass can be found blitzing on peanut bunker or tinker mackerel almost every morning. Offshore action for pollock, haddock, cusk and hake has been good when the boats can get out, but the weather has been tough and nice weather has been tough to come by.
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