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#1 JonFrum

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Posted 14 July 2010 - 04:44 AM

It's been years since I've done any fishing, and I just decided to get back to it. I was looking to scout out places to fish nearer than the Canal, so I drove over to Nut Island for the first time yesterday. One guy was fishing light tackle, and when I saw him pull a squid from the water, a light went off. Hey, I love squid. :(

So I went back today with a rod and my new squid jig. There were five or six guys there, mostly at the end of the pier, and none squidding. I tried both sides of the pier, no hits. But since I know they're in there somewhere, I'll be back until I hook up. I'll probably try Castle Island and UMASS soon, and I'll pass on any intelligence.
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Posted 14 July 2010 - 09:05 AM

It's been years since I've done any fishing, and I just decided to get back to it. I was looking to scout out places to fish nearer than the Canal, so I drove over to Nut Island for the first time yesterday. One guy was fishing light tackle, and when I saw him pull a squid from the water, a light went off. Hey, I love squid. :(

So I went back today with a rod and my new squid jig. There were five or six guys there, mostly at the end of the pier, and none squidding. I tried both sides of the pier, no hits. But since I know they're in there somewhere, I'll be back until I hook up. I'll probably try Castle Island and UMASS soon, and I'll pass on any intelligence.


I went back tonight from 6-7 PM - nothing stirring. I did talk to a woman who was looking at the big bumpers around the outside of the pier. She said that they were considering removing them, and asked if that would make more space for fishing. That's interesting.
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#3 JonFrum

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Posted 24 November 2010 - 10:47 AM

Five hundred and twenty-nine views, and not one comment added. I'd just like to take this chance to thank all who added to the Boston area squidding discussion - you're really generous guys. Please come back soon and add some more great info - you know who you are.
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#4 pot0mon

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Posted 25 November 2010 - 05:20 PM

i think you might want to keep an eye on newport ri forums next yr. when the spring run starts to slow down here in RI. i think thats when the squid makes there way up to boston area. around that time it really should hit for you...i only fish in RI so i dont know any places in MA for squid.
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Posted 26 November 2010 - 10:42 PM

i cant help you with boston fishing. no need for me to leave some of the best fishing in the world in southern new england.

Edited by KingSquidWithTheBiggest..., 26 November 2010 - 10:43 PM.

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