The albies are in and they’re in thick. That is when you can find where they’re feeding… We covered a lot of ground this week searching for both blitzing albies and subsurface feeding fish. Looking at the charts after the case, we covered almost 150 miles and ran from Wood’s Hole to Hyannisport and did
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We’re excited to announce the flats skiff is done and officially in service! She has been dubbed “Gumbo” and is the first of the microskiffs we’ll be building to do flats fly fishing guided trips. Her maiden voyage was the 7th and let me tell you, that boat is a fish magnet! In the couple
The Boston Harbor blitzes are starting to come into full effect now, making this a fly fisherman’s dream! We were able to get into plenty of big schoolies willing to inhale all white deceivers and topwater plugs in the 3″ range. That is if we could keep them away from the birds long enough.
I know what you’re thinking, the week isn’t even over and you’re already posting the week’s report… I don’t have a trip planned for today or tomorrow so might as well get the report out now so everyone can read it for the weekend onslaught! This week we took a detour and went out on
We decided to take a break from fly and light tackle and go back to live lining mackerel. The cows are definitely in there and just looking for you to feed them! We ended one trip with five fish over 40″ and more than thirty fish in the high 20″ and low 30″ range. It
If you’re not out there fishing the Boston Harbor right now, you’re definitely missing out! The big fish have moved in with a vengeance and are aggressive! One trip we went out and after spending an hour snagging pogies, we moved on to catch some stripers and the first 3 casts on top water plugs
Traveling for a week was absolutely killing me not being on the water. Little did I know I was returning to a week of ridiculous winds and nasty conditions. That’s not going to stop us though! We got out for two days of which we were dumped on with crazy winds and running from lightning
The schoolies are still so thick in Boston Harbor right now that you can pretty much walk across them. If you find the birds you’ll find the schoolies – but don’t bother chasing them! Cast anywhere within a couple hundred yards of the birds and you’ll be on the schoolies. The bigger fish are in
The fishing has been on fire in the Boston Harbor this week! We’ve gotten out on three separate occasions and between them have boated more than seven dozen fish! There’s been an invasion of schoolies everywhere in the harbor which have provided endless entertainment on light tackle and on the fly, with many double and
We launched early in the morning expecting there to be huge crowds at the boat ramp considering it was July 4th and beautiful weather. Much to our surprise, there was only 1 other trailer in the entire parking lot! After a quick launch and setting up the fly rigs, we went off into the dark to find where the fish were.