July 25th Boaters Report
With water temperatures rising in Buzzards Bay, striper fishing has begun to slow down. There are still bass holding on pogies schools during sunrise and sunset, however the daytime bite has slowed down significantly. This has also caused large bluefish to ravage Buzzards Bay, feeding on water they can find. In Cape Cod Bay, the striper fishing has yet to slow down. Large pogy schools off of Plymouth are still holding Stripers close as anglers catch fish up to 50lbs. Fluke fishing has also began to pick up quickly on the Mashpee Flats and south of Nantucket, where they are growing up to 12lbs. With the water only getting warmer in Vineyard Sound and Buzzards Bay, the arrival of the False Albacore is something we should be prepared to see in the next 2-3 weeks. Tight lines everyone!
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