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Anyone trying for flounder on the North Shore?

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Got the boat in on mother's day for the shakedown.  Kids spring sport season is crazy but I have a couple hours tomorrow afternoon I might be able to sneak out. I've caught flounder in May in the past on worms and squid squirts. I wanted to try Gulp this year though I've this area it can be tough. What's working for those that have gone?

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1 hour ago, d3souz4 said:

Got the boat in on mother's day for the shakedown.  Kids spring sport season is crazy but I have a couple hours tomorrow afternoon I might be able to sneak out. I've caught flounder in May in the past on worms and squid squirts. I wanted to try Gulp this year though I've this area it can be tough. What's working for those that have gone?

Food grade sea clams and chum em

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53 mins ago, unskunk said:

the trouble is where to find seaworms on the North Shore........................

Went to Bridge road B&T. They were saying their main seaworm digger what supplies the surrounding passed away recently and no one wants to dig anymore. 

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1 min ago, VitaminDee said:

Went to Bridge road B&T. They were saying their main seaworm digger what supplies the surrounding passed away recently and no one wants to dig anymore. 

I don't think Bridge St B & T is even open ?

I think he retired.................

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7 hours ago, unskunk said:

I don't think Bridge St B & T is even open ?

I think he retired.................

It’s open. Surfland in Plum island, AL’s in Beverly and three latern Marine in Gloucester have worms.

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Its the small white building across the street from FW Webb that kind of looks like someone had trailer issues pulling a single wide through Salem and just left it on the side of the road by the rail road tracks.

 

sam  

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7 mins ago, sams said:

Its the small white building across the street from FW Webb that kind of looks like someone had trailer issues pulling a single wide through Salem and just left it on the side of the road by the rail road tracks.

 

sam  

Spot on description.

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13 mins ago, sams said:

Its the small white building across the street from FW Webb that kind of looks like someone had trailer issues pulling a single wide through Salem and just left it on the side of the road by the rail road tracks.

 

sam  

thats Bridge St Bait and Tackle.(and Darts)....... I knew the owner.....

Noel retired...................

No more..............

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20 mins ago, unskunk said:

thats Bridge St Bait and Tackle.(and Darts)....... I knew the owner.....

Noel retired...................

No more..............

 

Oops.  I could never keep those two straight.

 

Noel also had the best deals on squid jigs.  I'll miss that place.

 

sam

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