Plum Island Fishing Tackle
Bait, Rods, Reels and Repair

Established 1960

Category

// Catch and Release
OCT
27
2019

End of the season – HELL NO!

We have seen a slow down in fishermen these last two weeks but the few that are fishing are still catching! In fact this past week has had some nice action. There have been fish big and small, keepers and not, and even a few juvenile blues. Just to prove it here are some
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OCT
20
2019

Fish Still Here

Sorry folks. Was away for a few days so didn’t get a chance to post anything but we haven’t exactly had the best of weather to fish (well for most) until yesterday. The stripers are still here. Yesterday morning one fisherman came in after catching daybreak and said
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OCT
03
2019

Worms Are King

“So Liz told me “Dad always said worms were King”. Not arguing, we had a blast. Nothing huge but plenty of fish through the top of the tide on Saturday a little South of parking lot 3… ”  ~Andy & Mel Robertson, Deerfield NH Worms are king. Yup,
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OCT
01
2019

Sorry about our own internet troll

The last couple of blog posts here at Surfland have become rather unsavory. A couple users on the blog have been writing so much crap that we’ve considered stopping all comments. But for the meantime, we’re gonna try to weed out the BS comments. I’m certain some
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SEP
26
2019

9/26 – Weekly Report

Striped Bass: Schoolies galore! There are so many schoolies around right now it is hard to tell if there are any big fish. These little guys are hungry and are busy consuming everything in site………..worms, clams and mackerel. Adam Ledger was in this week and
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SEP
18
2019

The Donald

Here’s a real fisherman! Donald Dunbar from Ipswich! He shows up usually on a weekend night, usually with daughter Jillian and/or others in tow, fishes all through the night well into the next day. Sometimes coming back for bait once or twice the whole time down on the
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SEP
13
2019

Joppa Blues and a visitor

Well the blues were definitely further inside the mouth Wednesday. Captain Christopher Husgen of Tide Charters LLC sent us these photos. He was on his boat with pup Watson when they ran into these big blues. The visitor turned out to be a Mola Mola also known as an ocean sunfish.
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SEP
10
2019

The calm after the storm

It has taken a few days for the effects of Dorian to leave us. The reports from the PRWR is that there are mostly schoolies up and down the beach. We had these pictures sent to us on  Sunday afternoon. “Fishing pretty slow, a few shorties around this morning. Weed still an
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SEP
06
2019

OPENING @ 6 AM SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7TH

With the wind starting to ramp up and the rain that is headed out way I’ve decided to sleep in for an extra hour tomorrow am! The ocean is starting to get churned up and the seaweed that will inevitably start moving in so I’ll see some of you at 6! But mid week Ray
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SEP
04
2019

Fishing the PRWR

The season has begun for fishing the Parker River Wildlife Refuge! With the opening of the drive on season starting this past weekend, the night fishing well underway, and the whole beach open to fish this is the spot to be. It was a very nice reunion with a lot of the buggy guys
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