October is a Great Time for a Guided Fishing Trip

kids03Captain Don Campbell of Scituate, MA’s Labrador Fishing Charters wants you to know that there’s still time to get your fishing fix in before winter. Why not take a fishing trip this month?

In the waters of Cape Cod Bay and Massachusetts Bay, there are several big fish just waiting for you to reel them in. Did you know the largest tuna taken on board The Labrador–to date–weighed 925 pounds? Imagine catching THAT. By the way, the tuna fishing season can run as late as November, so there’s still time…

Perhaps the coolest thing you can tell people for years and years and years is that you caught a shark. Captain Don Campbell can help you make that story come true. Shark fishing season lasts through October, and there’s still time to try and catch mako, blue, porbeagle and thresher sharks. Anyone of them would make for an impressive photograph– you’d want a photo to be able to show to your friends that you really, truly did catch a shark!

Finally, you should know that striper and bluefish are still around Stellwagen Bank and off of Race Point. Shouldn’t you be catching them? Yes, you should. Using lures, jigs or live bait, stripers and bluefish could be yours. October is as good a month for fishing as any.

Captain Don Campbell has more than 25 years of commercial and sport fishing experience in the waters of Cape Cod Bay, Massachusetts Bay, and the Gulf of Maine. His boat, The Labrador, is a 32 foot long commercial fishing vessel with a new 325hp Volvo Penta diesel engine.

Call Captain Don Campbell at 508-498-4716 or email him at info@labradorfishingcharters.com to make your October fishing trip reservation today.

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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