The crew of Fishing Frenzy has welcomed a new weather pattern with open arms. Our trips since the super moon have been great. We have found lots of fish using live bait and trolling plugs. The sea conditions have been ideal for some offshore fun. The whales have been very active providing excitement and memories that will last forever. On the morning trips we have been working hard to get live bait which provides exciting fishing for Bass and Bluefish inshore. On the slower days, we have managed to shift gears and catch inshore cod with great results. The water temperatures offshore have reached the upper 60′s and this has brought the sharks and tuna to the waters we fish. August and September are my favorite months to fish and wee look forward to seeing you on the water catching the big one!
As cool as the sky looked each evening with the super moon, I am happy to see a new moon cycle. The end of the week produced some nice 34″ fish before the Super Moon shut the fishing down. The bass fishing was tough! We had some excellent clients and worked extremely hard searching different structure. We were blessed with as much live bait as the boat could handle. A few bluefish enjoyed the live mackerel, but the big bass were not interested. Saturday afternoon we decided to do some inshore cod fishing and found some very nice schools of fish close to shore. The rods were bent on every drop!
The weather was epic for a mid summer harbor cruise enjoyed by Katie, Laila, and Katelyn. The super moon didn’t stop the evening harbor cruises.
As always, we guarantee a great day on the water with top quality customer service. There are miles of mackerel, pogies, and squid in and around Boston, the fishing should get very good this week.
The fishing throughout the Boston area has been interesting over the last few weeks. Some days the fish are all over the place eating anything thrown there way. Other days we have been working very hard trying all techniques to get them to eat. On the slower days the crew is putting in as much effort as anyone else and we are getting the fish to bite. The most exciting trips have been watching bass from 30-48″ crashing herring out of the water. We have been live lining mackerel with great success when we find the feeding fish. The tuna are starting to fill into our waters and these trips will start very soon. Shark season will be in full gear within a few weeks.
A shout out to Nardone Electric from Medford, MA. We had big bass around the boat all morning, they got the job done with live bait.
With the fishing season well under way the weather is finally cooperating. The bass fishing has been decent with patience and live bait. We have been catching plenty of mackerel in the morning and using them over the rock ledges throughout the harbor. This method is producing fish up to 42″.