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Southern Massachusetts, Cape Cod and the Islands


Posted By Charley Soares, October 2, 2017
Don’t ignore the waters around Martha’s Vineyard when hunting tog. This hefty white-chinner was landed off the Vineyard last fall. (Photo courtesy of Dick’s Bait & Tackle)
 This week, once the water clears up will present the opportunity to score on some tog which have been working their way inshore to the rockpiles and docks they tend to favor. There is also some very good tautog fishing by the west end with of the Canal with quite a few big fish from Cleveland Ledge up along that shore to Woods Hole where a few white chin bruisers have been taken. There are some really big white chins being released along with a bunch of big black sea bass which are now closed. The black sea bass fishery is thriving and the recreational fishing community has to suffer through closures while they eat everything on the bottom that moves.
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