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MIXED ACTION

Posted By Greg Metcalf
Location: South Shore Mass. to Maine
There are still good numbers of both school and keeper-size stripers on both sides of the Amelia Earhardt Dam in Boston if you are looking for some striped bass action. You can catch them from a boat trolling tube and worm rigs or by casting soft plastics, metal or bucktails. ...

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ACTION IN THE GOM

Posted By Greg Metcalf
Location: South Shore Mass. to Maine
There are a few bright spots on the saltwater front. The haddock and jumbo pollock fishing is very good when the weather allows you to get out. Stellwagen Bank’s Northwest corner is a safe bet to fill your freezer for the winter. Make sure to check the weather first, however, ...

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STRIPERS & BOTTOM FISH

Posted By Greg Metcalf
Location: South Shore Mass. to Maine
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 ...

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STRIPERS AND SEA-RUNS

Posted By Greg Metcalf
Location: South Shore Mass. to Maine
Stripers are being caught every day from Newburyport to the South Shore. Light tackle fishermen are having a ball chasing blitzing schoolies on the morning tides in front of Birch Beach and Duxbury Beach along the South Shore. November is definitely a transitional month for saltwater anglers in Northern New ...

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STILL GOOD FISHING

Posted By Greg Metcalf
Location: South Shore Mass. to Maine
As the days grow shorter and ocean water cools, many southern New England sportsmen turn their efforts from fishing to hunting. There are still some fantastic fishing opportunities in October so I wouldn’t put my fishing gear away yet. One of my fishing friends in Kennebunkport is always the last ...

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STILL BASSIN’

Posted By Greg Metcalf
Location: South Shore Mass. to Maine
The inshore fishing is definitely on the wane, and so is the amount of fishing pressure. The anglers that continue to fish are sure to be rewarded so my advice is to keep at it. There are still some big fish that are on the move. If you are looking ...

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FALL BONANZA

Posted By Greg Metcalf
Location: South Shore Mass. to Maine
There is a plethora of saltwater appetizers on the menu for fishermen in southern New England this week. Although the commercial tuna season is closed until December first, the recreational release fishery it is a great time to enjoy tuna fishing for the amazing sport fishing experience that it is. ...

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BASS AND BLUEFIN

Posted By Greg Metcalf
Location: South Shore Mass. to Maine
October is an interesting month on the saltwater fishing scene in New England. Huge schools of migrating bluefish and stripers along with the shorter days and cooler weather makes for interesting times. It is way too soon to think about putting your fishing tackle away for the season. There are ...

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BASS TO BLUEFIN

Posted By Greg Metcalf
Location: South Shore Mass. to Maine
September signals a major change in the weather pattern. High winds, big seas and tons of seaweed can really put a damper on the fishing pressure. That said there is always eventual calm after the high seas and inclement weather. There is still plenty of good fishing in September....

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MIXED OFFSHORE ACTION

Posted By Greg Metcalf
Location: South Shore Mass. to Maine
From groundfish to pelagics, the offshore bite in the Gulf of Main has been very good. Haddock fishing is now closed, but there are plenty of pollock, baseball-bat-sized whiting, cusk and redfish for bottom fishermen. There are some big bluefin in Cape Cod Bay and Western Jeffrey's Ledge with live ...

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