June 20th Boaters Report
In Buzzards Bay, fishing has not failed anglers yet this year. Larger class fish are still holding in between Wareham and Bird Island, with reports of fish all the way up towards Westport and New Bedford. Most of these fish are being caught on live pogies, or the notorious 9 inch Doc. If you can find me, I'll be out there today and Friday searching for large Stripers on topwater. The Seabass fishing has spread across the entire bay. With fish holding from spots at Cleveland Ledge, Southwest Ledge, and the quieter spots around the Old Channel. If you can find the large school, you can have one heck of a time catching seabass up to 10 pounds. In Vineyard Sound, the rips are holding schoolie to slot-sized fish, mostly being caught on topwater plugs and subsurface lures. Cape Cod Bay is also holding a mass of Striped Bass which are seen feeding on mackerel in both Barnstable and Provincetown. Fish up to 50 pounds are being reported. Comment below with how you've been doing! Tight lines everyone!
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