Massachusetts Fishing Reports

Freshwater & saltwater fishing reports. Want to know whats biting, what they are biting on and where they are biting? Check out the latest reports from other anglers, businesses and agencies from around Massachusetts.


  • Recent Massachusetts Fishing Reports

    • Northeast Ice Reports Week 3-2018/19 *PLEASE BE SURE TO READ OUR DISLAIMER BELOW THE REPORTS TABLE. **NOTE** Reports of trouble getting bait have been seen across much of the Northeast. Please call your bait shops in advance before making a specific trip. Until we see more safe ice and an increase of each state’s ice

    • Northeast Ice Reports Week 2-2018/19 *PLEASE BE SURE TO READ OUR DISLAIMER BELOW THE REPORTS TABLE. **NOTE** Reports of trouble getting bait have been seen across much of the Northeast. Please call your bait shops in advance before making a specific trip. Until we see more safe ice and an increase of each state’s ice

    • Massachusetts Ice Reports Week 1-2018/19 *PLEASE BE SURE TO READ OUR DISLAIMER BELOW THE REPORTS TABLE. **NOTE** Reports of trouble getting bait have been seen across much of the Northeast. Please call your bait shops in advance before making a specific trip. BODY OF WATER ICE CONDITIONS REPORT DATE Plunkett Reservoir-Hinsdale 6-7″ 12/9/2018 Whitmanville Pond-Westminster

    • Fishing Northeast strives to bring you the most up to date ice reports from New York, Connecticut, Vermont, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Massachusetts. This report takes about two days to compile across a number of outlets and we try to bring them to you every week or two. Ice reports have been suspended

    • Pogies have been absent from the fishing scene for a number of years but this year is different with a good number of them turning the corner of Race Point and now in the harbors of Plymouth to Gloucester. This is a great sign for all fishermen because if this fishery is doing well so

    • A great morning is planned on the Nissitissit River Saturday morning starting at 9 a.m., when volunteers from Trout Unlimited plant dozens of Black Gum Trees along the banks of the newly restored section of the river. These trees will grow to 80 feet tall and provide great cover and food for wildlife. Volunteers are


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