Stayed local this morning and fished Boston Harbor . The place I decided to fish requires a little over a mile walk , but with the lack of wind and the tide I knew I'd have clear water and a good rip would forming over a boulder field . It was so foggy this morning I was literately casting out of sight at times
My long walk was rewarded with several schoolies before the action slowed down .
On the walk back to my car I tied on a gurgler and periodically I would stop and make some cast , and it was if the stripers where following back to where I parked . Every place I tried produced more small stripers .
The fog helped keep the stripers stay active longer than usual , and provided me with some photo opportunities .