12 September 2015

• Fishing Reports: Boston Area

• First Report...

“If the fish aren’t showing on the surface, try trolling tube-and-worm rigs for both bass or blues…it’s definitely tube time and anglers are catching fish in the harbor with them.

”Red, black, purple and honey-mustard tubes are some of the most popular colors trolled very slowly with lead-core line in 8 to 15 feet of water.…”

Please visit this link to read the full article: PatriotLedger

Charlie W's photo of a sea robin that ate the plug he was throwing.

• Another Report…

“A rare September heat wave put any dock talk of cooling water and fall-run fishing on hold. Instead, water temperatures in Boston Harbor continue to flirt with 70 degrees and the striped bass fishing has a sluggish summer feel.

”The one hint that change is in the air is the bumper crop of baitfish in the water. There have been some excellent small-bass blitzes and a bonus bluefish bite sparked by the prevalence of prey, but the best of September is yet to come.….”

Please visit this link to read the full article: BostonHerald

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