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Found 8 results

  1. Looking for Tog on the Northshore of MA. I have heard of a few spots up in the Marblehead, Salem, Beverly areas. I have tried them several times this year, but never had any luck. Tried green crabs, clams, white crabs even bits of lobster. Been trying very hard. It just hasn't worked. I really hope someone will help me out. I do know how to catch them, I just can't seem to get them in my area. Would anyone be willing to share a couple of spots with me? I boat out of Beverly, MA. I can share spots where I believe there are Tog up here and/or share my spots for Stripers, Squid, etc. Thank you!!
  2. I’m taking my friend fishing tomorrow from our kayaks. We were going to hit the triangle around Eaton’s neck for fluke. We don’t fish the north shore often but we wanted to switch things up. I’m not looking for anyone to give up their honey holes but would we be in the right area? There seems to be a lot of depth changes around that area. Also if anyone who fishes out there often can offer any details about surf/chop I know the sound is usually pretty tame in the bays. If we’re completely off with our plan any advice or recommendations would be greatly appreciated. -Mike
  3. Looking for a few people to plan weekend kayak fishing trips around MA North Shore this fall. Who is interested? My preference is to have at least 2 people when fishing the ocean at night. Looking for saltwater trips mainly, some freshwater, and I fly fish quite a lot as well. I moved to Lowell last year, the people I usually fish with like to stick to their home waters; south of Boston, and western mass. My kayak setups: Hobie rev 11, Hobie sport, Garmin striker 4, marine radio, and navionics.
  4. has anyone been up to the north shore recently? Are the Green Heads out and about still or have things died down? Specifically the ipswich, newbury port areas.
  5. Any News on the squid this year? I've had good luck in the past couple years off the Boulevard, and the dock area where they film wicked tuna. I'm going out with my friends in the next few nights, and I'm really hoping it isn't dead.
  6. Hello, I'm looking to take the family out here for a little camping and wanted to find out what to expect at the nearby north shore beach. I'm hearing its rocky and shallow, any thing else or tips? Thanks in advance. T
  7. Sitting here on a rainy Friday, vodka cocktail in hand, and reminiscing about being a kid in Swampscott in the 60's and early 70's. My friend and I fished every summer day from the float at Fisherman's Beach and caught countless flounder, and one day a massive fluke! I worked occasionally for Tiger who commercially caught Mackerel off Littles Point. He usually paid off by giving me and my buddy a garbage can full of fresh Mackerel which we carried around door to door and sold for "10 cents a fish lady, if you want us to clean it it's an extra dime." We eventually discovered that my buddy's grandmother's apartment building at 285 Lynnshore Drive was filled with old ladies who would happily buy Mackerel whenever we showed up. That discovery made life easier. LOL. But we carried that garbage can filled with 80 pounds of fish for miles until we sold them..........ya' think you could even find a kid to do work like that today?? Anyways......that's my rainy Friday afternoon moment......... I'm still fishin' and lovin' it!
  8. I've heard the North Shore is better during the early Summer because the water is warmer...what about the late Summer into the Fall? Would I have better luck surf casting on the North Shore or the South Shore?