Latest Massachusetts Fishing Reports

Freshwater & saltwater fishing reports. Want to know whats biting, what they are biting on and where they are biting? Check out the latest reports from other anglers, businesses and agencies from around Massachusetts.


  • Massachusetts Fishing Reports

    • Great time to catch halibut; Merrimack River still the place to be

      If you want to do something different, target halibut! Party boats Bunny Clark and Eastman have had cracks at these giant flat fish that can weigh up to 300 pounds and more. Of late more manageable ones of 75 pounds have come over the rail. You might want to talk […]

    • Fishing Around: Reminders to be careful on the water

      Reminders to be careful on the water You may have heard about a whole family, nine people, sucked out by a rip current in Panama City Beach, Florida, on Saturday, and the 80 or so beachgoers who formed a human rescue chain and pulled them to safety. An iceburg “the […]

    • Stripers steady, tuna getting ready

      A weekly wrap-up of what’s biting and where on Martha’s Vineyard. The fish of the week unquestionably goes to Everett Sawyer of Gloucester, who brought a 700-pound bluefin tuna into Menemsha Harbor. The fish was so big it broke the boom when they tried to lift it off the boat, the […]

    • Fishing season still picking up

      Pogies have been absent from the fishing scene for a number of years but this year is different with a good number of them turning the corner of Race Point and now in the harbors of Plymouth to Gloucester. This is a great sign for all fishermen because if this […]

    • Fishing season picking up

      A great morning is planned on the Nissitissit River Saturday morning starting at 9 a.m., when volunteers from Trout Unlimited plant dozens of Black Gum Trees along the banks of the newly restored section of the river. These trees will grow to 80 feet tall and provide great cover and […]

    • The Fish Finder has returned – so have the haddock, flounder

      NORTH SHORE — Striped bass are all over the region with some great action in the Piscataqua River. Many schoolies are found here but in recent days some 30-inch fish have moved in to make things interesting. Portsmouth has some good striper action along with shad moving up the river […]


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