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11 Great Fishing Spots to Visit in Massachusetts

By Fishing, Fun facts, Uncategorized

Spring and Summer is the perfect time to load up your boat and spend some quality time on the water. Massachusetts offers a diverse amount of fishing opportunities. Check out these spots that we love to visit!

  1. Gloucester – Nestled at the very top of the state on Cape Ann, fishing is a way of life here! Don’t forger to stop and enjoy the amazing views.
  2. Wachusett Reservoir – Are you a fan of freshwater fishing? Wachusett Reservoir is one of the best-known known spots to target Bass, Sunfish, Trout species, and even Atlantic Salmon.
  3. Castle Island, South Boston – This destination has convenient access to a fishing pier, Pleasure Bay, or as locals call it, “The Bowl.” When you’ve finish fishing for the day, Boston has plenty more charms for you to explore!
  4. Plymouth Harbor, Plymouth – There’s no denying the harbor’s rocky shores should be on this list. It has an abundance of Bluefish and Striped Bass of all sizes! If you venture out from shore, you can also find some sought after species, such as Bluefin Tuna.
  5. Norton Reservoir – No boat? No problem! The reservoir is perfect for angling as the watershed is super shallow. Wade through the water for some Perch, which are the most common catch here.
  6. Martha’s Vineyard – Only a short ferry ride from Cape Cod lies this fisherman’s dream spot. They even have “Martha’s Vineyard Striped Bass and Bluefish Derby,” which is great for beginners and seasoned fishermen alike.
  7. Hyannis – Both tourists and fishermen love this destination. This village lies in the heart of Cape Cod, and there are endless amounts of fish to be caught here. From Seabass to Swordfish, you’re guaranteed to find some fish here.
  8. Nantucket Island – Fishing is a year-round affair on the island. A slew of species including Scup, Bluefish, Stripers, Fluke, and Bonito come close to land, to live and feed in the warm waters.
  9. Scargo Lake – This lake is regularly stocked with some good catches. If you love trout, then don’t forget to stop here on your next trip!
  10. Orleans – A popular spot for deep sea fishing, Orleans has regular charters that depart from Rock Harbor in search of some big catches!
  11. Provincetown – Last, but certainly not least! This is arguably the best spot in the state. Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean on one side and Cape Cod Bay on the other, there’s no doubt you’ll have endless opportunities here.

Don’t forget to check out our shop to commemorate your fishing adventures!

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Source: https://fishingbooker.com/blog/top-fishing-spots-massachusetts/

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Fun Facts About Your Thanksgiving Meal in Massachusetts

By Dining, Fun facts, Seasonal

Although turkey is somewhat synonymous with Thanksgiving dinner it’s not all about the Turkey. For many, folks are most grateful for the side dishes, appetizers and the pies. In Massachusetts the most searched recipe on Thanksgiving? Cheesecake. Making cheesecake is easier than you think. Here’s a list of 65 cheesecake recipes to get you started.

As you surround your big bird with dishes that celebrate the 1621 harvest feast of the Wampanoag people and the Plymouth Pilgrims, why not get a little creative with the customs. While generations of traditionalists fill their menu with tried and true dishes (hello, stuffing and pecan pie), some get even further inspired while still paying homage to foods native to the New World.

Across New England, each region has its own peculiar twist on traditional Turkey Day standbys. Massachusetts’ contribution to the table ever since Stow resident Charles Leggett crossed a Hubbard with a Gooseneck in the 1940s is Butternut Squash. Locals roast the winter squash and turn its orange flesh into hearty and interesting holiday dishes with just the right savory to sweet ratio. From soups to salads to stuffing, its potential has no limits. Need some inspiration to change up your squash game? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with this list of 37 Butternut Squash Recipes.

While cheesecake and butternut squash have grown in their desire to be on the Massachusetts dinner table, many other historic Thanksgiving foods have come and gone from the menu over the years as tastes change. These include bear and lobster!

Whatever your dinner table tradition, we hope you enjoy and have a very Happy Thanksgiving! Your Thanksgiving table will look fantastic and clean up will be easy with our Gyotaku placemats. They are available here: https://www.fishayetrading.com/product-category/tabletop/placemats/

Source: https://patch.com/massachusetts/arlington/most-searched-thanksgiving-side-dish-massachusetts and http://sponsored.bostonglobe.com/frigidaire/thanksgiving-dishes-with-a-twist/ and https://www.newenglandhistoricalsociety.com/five-historic-thanksgiving-foods/