What We Fish
Best fishing - Late May to October
A popular sport fish also known as "striper" and "rockfish". Boston Harbor is the epicenter of striper fishing. This fish is native to the East Coast and has been a common prize off the waters of Massachusetts since the 1600s.
These fighting fish come in all size ranges and will make you earn your prize!
Best fishing - June to October
These "yellow-eyed devils" have razor sharp teeth and fight like a fish three times their size. These teeth have left many fisherman with a imprint.
Bluefish are found regularly throughout the Atlantic Ocean.
They migrate to the warmer waters of the Atlantic, like Boston, to spawn during the summer and fall months.
Best fishing-May through summer
Haddock are more abundant in our waters now than they have been in 40 years. Combining healthy populations with its delicious taste make it an excellent choice as a sustainable target species. They are most common in the Gulf of Main and across Georges Bank.
Best fishing - July to October
Atlantic Bluefin Tuna can reach 10 feet in length and 1000 pounds. Most adults are around 200 pounds at 10 years of age. They prey on mackerel, sand lance, sea herring and squid. Bluefin Tuna are a prized sport fish to many anglers. We adapt our techniques based on migration and feeding patterns.