REPORT DATE June 28, 2020
Boston Harbor: Captain Vinny Simeone StormBusterCharters.com
Stripers are thick and in large quantities throughout the harbor and islands. There seems to be plenty of bait around with schools of mackerel and pogies. Fish are being caught virtually on every ledge or dropoffs from the BG buoy all the way to the inner harbor.
Plymouth: Captain Bob Avila CaptJohn.com
Buzzards Bay: Captain Dave Altrich AltrichAnglers.com
Lots of big bass around this week with b ass to 46" on top water! The Black Sea Bass bite is thinning out with big knuckleheads and it's more of a pick to weed through the rats to find the better fish. Best bet is fishing deeper below 45'. Good number of blues in the mix this week as well mostly in the 3-5 pound range. Fishing continues to be red hot.
Cape Cod Bay: Captain Joe Penta CaptainJoePCharters.com
Cape Cod Bay is starting to show signs of life. Provincetown starting tto hold some some fish. If you take the ride don't forget the big reels because tuna have been feedingh on pods of posies around the bay.Billingsgate still holding fish and have some keepers in the mix too with a ton of smalls.
Vineyard Sound: Captain Skip Bandini TheFishBandit.com
Fishing for Black Sea Bass has been great, the fish are moving into new areas so once we find them the fishing has been good. The fluke have shown up not in great numbers but are here and we are looking to catch more in the near future, Trolling for Bluefish this past week has been very successful, seems like any time the birds are around the Bluefish are feeding on sand eels and small squid. Striper fishing has slowed between Martha's Vineyard and the mainland, but hearing about slobs being caught by the Elizabeth Islands on sunrise.
Nantucket Sound: Captain Jimmy Koutalakis
General Report: Captain Terry Nugent RipTideCharters.com
Rhode Island, Narragansett Bay: Captain Dan Smith NaturalNineFishing.com