A tuna fisherman once said, “I pray to God that when I die my wife does not sell my tackle for what I told her I paid for it.”
Molly Menton, a sprite of a fifth grader, hauled in a 9.47 pound fluke, to claim the coveted title of VFW Fluke King, er, Queen.
It is very disappointing to find one of the Island’s best launch ramps clogged by meatheads. Recent action by EPO Sgt. Camire helped solve the problem.
The men and women who labor in the Office of Fishing and Boating Access get no glory. But they do a very good job.
In the annual, amicable battle with their Nantucket counterparts, Martha’s Vineyard finished first with a 2.25 pound lead.
Army Captain Nicholas Blair said he was humbled by the display of gratitude for his service.
This Sunday is Father’s Day. For one young girl, an early morning fishing trip with dad held a special message.
Justin Pribanic battled wind and weeds on Martha’s Vineyard in what seemed a losing battle until he hooked a big striped bass.
A youngster with a fishing rod can find plenty to do on Martha’s Vineyard.
Bluefish surround Chappy, just in time to give anglers plenty of action during this long holiday weekend.