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  1. I started a fishing log this season: Wondering if I can fish all the beaches over a 4 mile stretch, or if it’s more useful to move around a bit. Walking the same beach 10 times in row is boring if you aren’t catching fish. I’m sure fishing the same beach is MORE useful, but I’m wondering if you guys are strict about it...
  2. Folks, I am a newbie and this is my first post, so if it is in the wrong place please bear with me. I haven't fished for years, but caught the fishing bug again. I used to drag a lure behind a trailer-sized sailboat in Southern California, and whatever caught itself I was happy with. That is the extent of my expertise. I am 12 years new to MA but don't have the luxury of a sailboat, but do have a sit-in kayak equipped with two rod holders and a medium duty spinning rod. Would you kindly recommend places where I can take my kayak and do my beginner-like saltwater fishing here in MA, preferably where I don't have to pay $$$$$ for parking. I am in Canton, so Boston Harbor and places south are generally within range. My intent is to park the truck, dump out the kayak and just go. Can you help? Thank you all, Herman
  3. I caught my first stripped bass 2 weeks ago 33” and I’m hooked. I was out by Montauk close to governors island. My uncle took me to a sand bar where the edge of the water on the Bar was Bubbling and there was a decent size drop of to the terrain under water and there they were so many on the fish finder. And I caught my fish with a piece of clam within 2 minutes. now I live by the Jones inlet I’m fishing by point lookout and tried to copy what he had done. And I couldn’t get anything but Robins. I was out at magic hour when the sun was coming up. I don’t have a good fish finder just a single pulse but I can see schools of something underneath. I guess what I’m asking is my uncle seemed to know exactly what location to get a stripper how do I pick my location? Please help I’m obsessed with finding another one and anything I find online is how to setup a rig I’m new here and wasn’t sure where to post this thread. Admin Please move it for me if you can (But let me know where lol)
  4. Turned my Garmin 541s on and it will not track my boat position after not using it for a couple of months. Tried a hard reboot and resetting manufacturers settings ...only thing that did was now there is no map. Also, there is a question mark on the boat icon. Any help would be much appreciated.
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