The early spring fishery focus is on the shallow waters of Buzzards Bay. One ounce sinkers are common in the spring. In the Fall we move to Rhode Island and fish off Sakonett Point. This fishery gives up double digit fish. We rarely use more than four ounces of lead in up to seventy feet of water.
We target Porgies (also known as Scup) as soon as they make their arrival in early May. These fish are found in large schools on the hundreds of pieces of structure in Buzzards Bay. The Spring fishery is in twelve to twenty feet of water and we use one ounce sinkers. Catching two fish at a time is very common with fish ranging up to 3 pounds apiece. This fishing is an excellent way to introduce children and newcomers to the sport. The Buzzard’s Bay spring fishery is world class.
We target Seabass from late May until November. There are five pound fish caught daily in fifteen to twenty feet of water. Light tackle jigging is very productive. We use only the freshest bait harvested daily.
Sea Bass is:
• Incredible table fare
• One of the ocean’s most beautiful fish
• Strong fighters