Fishing Report

 

Keeping Joy Alive on the Island

Keeping Joy Alive on the Island 38th annual Possible Dreams Auction grows bigger and better By: Liz Hilfrank   Speak with any Martha’s Vineyard visitor, and when you ask them what they liked about the island, nine times out of ten they will mention the people. There’s something about the island that breeds happy people. [ Read More… ]

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“Swim like a Dolphin, Fly like a Bird” With MV Ocean Sports

“Swim like a Dolphin, Fly like a Bird”: Martha’s Vineyard Ocean Sports Slogan Rings True with Wild Flyboarding Ride Aley Lewis   Imagine this. You’re average height, brunette, athletic build, with a crippling fear of sharks. Now, add that onto the fact you’re from a city so naturally, you have no experience in any kind [ Read More… ]

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The Reel Deal: Annual Oak Bluffs Bluewater Classic Provides Challenging Competition for Charity

The Reel Deal: Annual Oak Bluffs Bluewater Classic Provides Challenging Competition for Charity Community Program Bianca Moorman   Fishing boats are lined up and down Oak Bluffs Harbor, and piles of the ocean’s bounty line the docks. Flounder and bass smoothly mirror the hot sun as it reflects off of their many scales. The fishermen [ Read More… ]

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Reel Talk

Reel Talk Paul Hakala’s new store offers something for fishermen of all abilities By: Liz Hilfrank Tucked away from the crowds and traffic of Circuit Avenue, Keep It Reel sits just outside the center of Oaks Bluffs. Looking out onto a sail boat spotted harbor, the view from the store only adds its ocean asthetic. [ Read More… ]

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The Skipper and the Sea

The Skipper and the Sea Salt water fishing with The Skipper in Oak Bluffs Nick Macksood   What time do fish wake up the morning? The answer, for all you know, is at least 8:30 in the morning. Or so it is for those who embark on Captain John Potter’s “Skipper”, docked at slip no. [ Read More… ]

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Generations of Experience at Larsen’s Fish Market

by: Anna Frost Betsy Larsen makes her way through the stacks of fresh fluke on the long table, with the help of her cousin Scott Larsen. The pair systematically skin one side of the fish and then the other to make filets to sell that day. Each can skin about 4 fish in a minute, [ Read More… ]

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Vineyard Fishing Report: 6/21/13

Happy summer from Capt. John and the Skipper crew!!! They are biting.. scup and seabass at Hedge Canyon, small blues off East and West Chop….Bass at East Beach..squash meadow starting the show signs of fluke…” “The Dream is Real” Fish-on ! – Capt. John

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