Three Bays (Plymouth, Duxbury, Kingston) season in review

The 2019 season in our little Bay was an interesting one. During certain windows, it was some of the best fishing we've ever had for stripers 40" and up. The ‘Three Bays”—made up of Plymouth, Kingston, Duxbury—are an absolute mecca for light tackle and fly fishing. If you've never fished the many channels, rips, eelgrass …

Here’s what really happened at the ASMFC Meeting and what it means for 2020 Striper Regulations

*In depth summary of the meeting can be found here. Much of my info here came from Ken Perotte's piece. There's lots of confusion surrounding the decisions made by the ASMFC board at the meeting last night, and it all seems to be focused around two words: conservation equivalency. Regardless of this mysterious "conversation equivalency" …

Tactics and Gear: 12 Tips for stripers in Plymouth/Duxbury Bay

While it may not hold the promise of big fish on every outing like some other popular Cape Cod Bay striper locations, the light tackle and topwater fishing opportunities in the Three Bays are spectacular, even world-class. The bay is dynamic and complex and features almost every type of striper structure that we find in the Northeast. It's a totally unique location. And most importantly, it holds lots of striped bass.