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Striped Bass Fishing In Boston Is Back

Striped Bass Boston, MAThe migratory patterns for striped bass from fresh water to salt water have started to take place, making Massachusetts and Boston primed and ready for an exciting season. Soon, they will be flowing by the thousands, which means it is a perfect time to set up a charter and get out on the water. The weather has turned from rain to sunshine, allowing us to get out on the water more frequently and find some of the hot spots for the upcoming season. Stripers are one of the premier fish to catch in Boston Harbor and Massachusetts Bay.
Striped bass are a native species to the North American Atlantic coastline. Although they spawn in fresh water, they migrate between fresh and salt water. They have a streamlined body marked with dark striped going with the length of the body from behind the gills to the base of the tail. In the spring they run up the river to spawn in fresh water places and once again in the fall.  They can be caught nearly any time of the year, but these prove to be two of the best times to do so.
Landing a striper is a great feeling. Because they can grow up to 4 feet long, catching a striped bass can be a challenge.  With the proper guidance, the right boat and a good mate, most people are able to land the trophy fish they’ve been looking for. Reel Pursuit Charters includes bait, tackle and someone to help you catch and clean a fish. You can bring up to six passengers as well.  Fishing with friends is always more fun, so bring along some friends or family this season.
We’ve had our boat on the water for a couple of weeks now.  It’s been great to get back out there and start reeling in some striped bass.  Join us this spring and summer for a great time.


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    February 12, 2016 12:50 am EST Location: 42.346N 70.651W Wind Direction: WNW (300°) Wind Speed: 23.3 knots Wind Gust: 33.0 knots Significant Wave Height: 4.6 ft Dominant Wave Period: 5 sec Average Period: 4.1 sec Mean Wave Direction: W (281°) Atmospheric Pressure: 30.01 in (1016.1 mb) Pressure Tendency: +0.06 in (+2.1 mb) Air Temperature: 14.7°F […]
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