May 16th Club Meeting: Kevin Moore: Hotspots on the North Shore
This is the seminar everyone has been waiting for. Kevin will discuss many productive fishing spots around Plum Island and the North Shore. This is highly prized information that will not be posted as a video to the club website. You have to attend the meeting to learn about Kevin’s secret spots. Be prepared to take notes!
- Kevin Moore is a long-time club member, past President and Junior’s Program Director, avid fly fisherman, and an authority on fishing our waters.
- Kevin says that if you think he is giving away your secret information about a good fishing spot, he probably first taught you to fish there anyway!
Doors will open at 7 pm for dinner with club business meeting at 7:30 and seminar at 8:00.
Please join us on Tuesday, MAY 16, 2017 for another great angling seminar. Our monthly meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month at the Newbury, MA Fire Hall (7 Morgan Ave, Newbury, MA 01950.) The doors open at 7:00 PM. Dinner is served at prices that will not break the bank. 🙂 The club meeting starts at 7:30 PM. After the meeting, we have a seminar by a featured angler. Seminars are free for club members; there is a $5.00 charge for non-members. Membership information is available here.
Massachusetts Beach Buggy Association Spring Meet 2017
The Spring Meet of 2017 will take place at Scusset Beach in Sagamore, MA.
Today is April 1st. That means the beginning of tournament season! We are in the midst of an April Fool’s Nor’Easter with snow, sleet and cold rain. Not many of you may head out to fish today, but if you do catch anything, be sure to enter it into the club’s Year-Long Tournament. This tournament runs through Oct 31st, with awards at the November Banquet.
There will be other tournaments happening throughout the season. Two in particular I will call to your attention today:
Salt Addiction Fishing Tournament on May 27th:
Yankee Homecoming Tournament on June 17th:
Save the Date!
The PISC Club Invitational Tournament will take place on June 23-24. Stay tuned for more details.
It is with sadness I must report the passing of Mackerel, beloved Surfland mascot. Mack, as some of his friends called him, passed away after a brief illness last weekend. I found out about his passing while at our annual fundraiser. Mackerel could often be seen at the shop usually up on the counter or on his bed by the window. He even graced the front of a very popular T-shirt sold at Surfland. A gentle soul, he would love his tummy rubs as he lay in the sun by the window. Please visit Surfland’s website for his full bio and when you stop by the shop, please give your condolences for the loss of this wonderful creature.