Gray-orange light struggled to glow through a thick overcast evening skies in Edgartown as fishermen lined up on a dour night to weigh in their derby...
Sarah Kadison and five-year-old Tucker Schaefer both earned triple crowns (catching a bonito, false albacore and bluefish) on opening day. Tucker's...
On Sunday at 12:01 a.m., anglers will head to moonlit beaches and offshore Island waters — as they have every September since 1946 — when the Martha’...
The Martha’s Vineyard Surfcasters Association is holding its annual used tackle sale Saturday, Sept. 2, giving Islanders an opportunity to stock up...
The commercial striped bass fishing season has ended early in Massachusetts, after the state Division of Marine Fisheries projected the annual quota...
An emergency regulation restricting recreational striped bass fishermen to only keep fish between 28 and 31 inches has been extended through October...
Mike Carotta first cast a line into the Martha’s Vineyard’s surf after his freshman year of college. Fifty years later, he continues to return to the...
More than 320 people entered the sixth annual Fluke for Luke fundraiser, which is held in memory of Island fisherman Luke Gurney who died seven years...
In an effort to protect one of the last large classes of fish now reaching breeding age, the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission dropped the...
Nearly 100 children ages 3 to 14 and their families rose before the sun to participate in the tournament, now in its 49th year.
Forty-nine years ago Cooper Gilkes and friends organized the first Kids Trout Tournament.
It has been a bountiful season for the Vineyard’s bay scallop fishery, but scallopers struggled to capitalize due to an atrophied market.

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