• Capt. Skip Bandini

Fishing Reports from Charter Captains around the area. (Picture by JoePCharters)

REPORT DATE June 14, 2020

Boston Harbor: Captain Vinny Simeone StormBusterCharters.com

  • Flounder are in all the predicted spots throughout the harbor. Stripers are both around the islands and all the way out to B buoy.

Plymouth: Captain Bob Avila CaptJohn.com

Buzzards Bay: Captain Dave Altrich Altrich Anglers Charters

  • Earlier this week with the South West Winds the big bass moved in. We had a few days where we were landing fish over 40" to 30 pounds all on top water lures right at sunrise. then later in the morning we hammered Black Sea Bass in around 40 feet of water. The Black Sea Bass are starting to push a little deeper now that the water is heating up. Plenty of good size scup around. Good size Fluke were caught and released this week along with 3-5 pound blues. Saturday we had Fluke up to 23". The 15-20 east winds the past few days slowed the top water bite as the east winds tend to push the bait out but should turn around within the next few days of southwest winds.

Cape Cod Bay: Captain Joe Penta CaptainJoePCharters.com

  • Big fish are poking their noises in Cape Cod Bay. Fishing the deep water has produced some great fish. Also fished in the front of the canal and we hooked up a couple of cows on a charter. The fishing will keep getting better as the year is still young. Billingsgate still holding plenty of small stripers if your looking to catch numerous fish.

Vineyard Sound: Captain Skip Bandini TheFishBandit.com

  • Vineyard Sound has been steady fishing with some nice Sea Bass, Scup, Bluefish. The stripers in shallow water are still hitting micro baits on the shoals. Hearing some nice fish are being caught in deeper water.

Nantucket Sound: Captain Jimmy Koutalakis

General Report: Captain Terry Nugent RipTideCharters.com

Rhode Island, Narragansett Bay: Captain Dan Smith NaturalNineFishing.com

  • Overall the Fluke bite has been slow but definitely improved this last week with some nice sized fish in and around the Narragansett Bay. The Black Sea Bass are still a nuisance when targeting Fluke or Scup and hopefully will be sticking around in strong numbers once the season opens at the end of the month. The Weakfish bite has slowed so its important to start early when targeted this elusive fish. There are still strong numbers of bluefish in the 5-8 pound class being caught with an occasional 10 pounder. The Striped Bass bite this week was hot and cold but when they are feeding numerous fish are being landed. Please remember the Striped Bass slot limit this year is 28" to less than 35".

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