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Fishing Reports by Capt. Rich Antonino


2009-07-19
3:29 AM

Tuna and Haddock! - Thursday, July 16, 2009 What a day! It was supposed to be an all-day striper trip. Casting light tackle for stripers. I asked how about casting for tuna first?. The bite has been good, so we did it. Good call, even though we didn't land a tuna. Na more...
Capt. Rich Antonino - Stellwagen Bank


2009-06-24
7:59 AM

It's tuna time in Massachusetts - How can you say, Holy Crap? Well, cast a surface lure in the direction of a 200 pound bluefin tuna and watch it come out of the water at 20 mph, with your lure in it's mouth. That's how. We've been fishing like this for a few weeks now, catchi more...
Capt. Rich Antonino - Stellwagen Bank


2009-05-31
1:41 PM

Stripers are in, big time! - Saturday, May 30, 2009 Who wants to go striper fishing? Let's go Tuesday and/or Wednesday. I think that I witnessed some of the best striper fishing imaginable on Saturday and it wasn't a fluke. It looks like a developing pattern of fish in thes more...
Capt. Rich Antonino - Stellwagen Bank


2009-05-05
7:43 AM

Cod and haddock fishing at it's best - Saturday, May 02, 2009 What a day! With great weather predicted for the weekend, it was destined to be a great weekend of fishing with consecutive charters with the same customers. I really enjoy the continuity of having repeat customers. Today more...
Capt. Rich Antonino - Stellwagen Bank


2009-04-21
1:28 PM

More haddock on light tackle - I really had a blast today. It was work finding the fish today; good rewarding work. It was the first tough day of fishing. That is not to say that the fishing was bad. In fact, it was very good. What it does say is that we didn't have any two-hour more...
Capt. Rich Antonino - Stellwagen Bank


2009-04-11
3:13 PM

Great cod and haddock fishing - Ok, the beat goes on. And it's a good beat. What a day for fishing. Saturday's trip was cancelled due to the nasty weather coming through, so we moved some people from Saturday to today's trip and really had a blast. The weather was as good as you co more...
Capt. Rich Antonino - Stellwagen Bank


2009-04-02
9:48 AM

Haddock blitz! - Wednesday, April 01, 2009 It was the best day of fishing in my whole life. Period. How else to explain leaving the port late, trying a bunch of places on Stellwagen Bank as early-season-reconnaisance and catching nothing there, then getting seriou more...
Capt. Rich Antonino - Stellwagen Bank


2009-03-17
6:53 PM

Great fishing for amberjack!! - Fishing on someone else's boat as a customer! What a blast from my perspective. It's good for me to see fishing from the customer's view every once in a while. Matt was with me as was my cousin Jim, from Netwise Technologies. He's hosted my website f more...
Capt. Rich Antonino - St. Petersburg


2008-11-26
11:48 PM

2008 Year-End Report - 2008 Season in Review Thank you, thank you, and more thanks. What a great time we had this year and I think the success was more than just catching fish. We really found our niche this year and built upon the relationships that we started in 2004 w more...
Capt. Rich Antonino - Stellwagen Bank


2008-11-16
9:58 AM

Bluefin tuna to 150 pounds on spinning gear!!! - What can I say? I love tuna fishing and the excitement of hooking into these amazing fish. Period. I do love waiting for them to come by, but doing a little peaceful recon around the SWC (Southwest Corner) isn't bad in good weather. Otherwise, we get more...
Capt. Rich Antonino - Stellwagen Bank

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