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Fishing Friday Night. But what am I fishing for? (help me catch something, anything!)

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I am going fishing this Friday Night on the North Shore somewhere. However, I have only fished for stripers in the past and I don't know what to fish for this early in the spring. 



 



What is out there that I can catch?



 



And what should I use to catch it?



 



What areas (generally) should I look to catch something (anything!)



 



 



Thanks Y'all!



 



 



 


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If I had to guess I'd say your fishing for a good timesmile.gif.



Wish I had a better answer for you but I havent fished yet this year and can't ever re-call surfcasting in March. Bring an assortment of lures and see what happens.


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Yes'r, great idea!

 

Just for clarification, when you say "worms." What exactly are you referring too?

 

I'm referring to worms of the sea variety. Not sure if they are available at surfland yet, but I would give them a call.

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Jeeeeez, sea worms are ugly mofos.



 



 



I'll get some. Plum Island is a bit far north as I'll be coming from Boston. Any other good places to find holdovers that are a but closer?


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If your going from the Boston try Gloucester that is where macks where last week. Other than dont have any idea what you can fish for. I did hear that the stripers where hitting on the canal.

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