Fishing in Massachusetts

Fishing in Massachusetts

Fishing in the state of Massachusetts is a year round activity. Whether for recreational or commercial purposes, fishing in Massachusetts is a part of everyone’s lifestyle. You can fish in both freshwater and saltwater for some of the most desired catches that anglers dreams of.

The top sought after species found in waters surrounding MA are striped bass, bluefish, Black Sea bass, mackerel, tuna (giant bluefin tuna and yellowfin tuna), cod, and the sharks, blue and mako. Aside from cod, which can be fished all year round, most of the species above can be fished beginning in early Spring to October.

There are a lot of great fishing spots in the state of Massachusetts and this is why people visit us all year. This is also why you’ll find fishing charters available throughout the year. Fishing in Massachusetts is not just reserved for the experienced anglers, families alike can join in the fun as well.

For freshwater fishing, there are more than 500 lakes, ponds, rivers and streams. These bodies of water are stocked to the “gills” with trout, bass, herring, salmon and many others. For those who prefer saltwater, you can expect to chase after bigger species such as bluefish, cod, tuna, haddock, halibut, sea bass and sharks.

Labrador Fishing Charters welcomes those of all skill to join in our fishing charters aboard our beautiful boat and surrounded by our experienced guides. For reservations, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Source – http://www.eregulations.com/massachusetts/fishing/saltwater/commonly-caught-species/ and http://www.massvacation.com/outdoor/fishing.php

Written by Donald Campbell

Donald Campbell

Donald Campbell is the owner of Labrador Fishing Charters in Scituate MA. He has over 25 years experience in Commercial Fishing and offers the best in Tuna, Shark, Striped Bass & Cod Fishing on the Massachusetts coast.

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