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What to Bring Fishing In Massachusetts

Clothing: the weather can change quickly out on the ocean so bring clothes for Be prepared for wet weather. Even if the forecast is good! 30* to 90*

Good Clothing

** MedicationInsulin or any other important Meds. **

If you need Med's bring them it could save your life

~ Girly things if your a girl.~

Sun Block! Water magnifies the sun and you Burn quickly!

Sun Block 

Sun Glasses: help protect your eyes and help you see fish better.

Sun Glasses 

Bring Plenty of food and Drink! You get hungry out there and thirsty so have plenty of sandwiches and Cold ones for you and your friends.

WE ALLOW BEER AND WINE, BUT WE DO NOT ALLOW DRUNK AND DISORDERLY

Bring food and Cold Ones

We offer Tackle Box Lunch w/Subs,Soda,Water,Chips

$20 per person call ahead

Coolers: to hold your cold ones and to bring your fish home with you.

Coolers for food and to bring home fish

Ice :to keep those cold ones cold and to bring your fish home after the trip.

Bring Ice to keep food cold

there is ice and coolers to keep fish cooled on boats.

If it’s not on this list than we have it! And you don’t need to bring it !

 If you are compelled to bring your own fishing rod you may, but we supply new top of the line equipment included in your price.

 

We are Available 7 Days a week!

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Haddock fishing, Striped Bass fishing,

Mackerel fishing, Halibut fishing,

Whale watching.

 

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