Trip No. SW1005 Green Harbor Jetties - Marshfield July 20, 2005
Weather Conditions Catch Log
TRIP TIME 7:00 - 9:00 PM
AIR TEMP 82°
SKY CONDITIONS Hazy Sun
WIND W @ 6 mph
BAROMETER 29.91 ~
WATER TEMP 73°
WATER CLARITY Cloudy
WAVE HEIGHTS 1 ft.
SWELLS None
CURRENT Moderate
MOON PHASE Waxing Gibbous
HIGH TIDE  10:58 pm (10.7')
LOW TIDE 4:50 pm (0.4')
Equipment Used:
Rod South Bend Sea Hawk SH435
  Type  Spinning
  Length  6'0"
  Action  Medium
Reel Penn 4400SS
  Type  Medium Spinning
  Line  Monofilament
  Strength   17 lb.
SPECIES LENGTH WEIGHT LURE/BAIT USED COLOR METHOD
Cunner  13.0" 1 lb.   7 oz. Live Seaworm N/A Still Fishing
Cunner  12.7" 1 lb.   1 oz. Live Seaworm N/A Still Fishing
Skate  19.1"         15 oz. Live Seaworm N/A Still Fishing
Winter Flounder  11.1"         10 oz. Live Seaworm N/A Still Fishing
Winter Flounder  10.4"           5 oz. Live Seaworm N/A Still Fishing
Cunner    8.8"           5 oz. Live Seaworm N/A Still Fishing
SUMMARY :
The variety of fish that can be pulled out of the rocks here is something. The target, of course, is winter blackback flounder, however I have seen or caught cunner, tomcod, windowpane, spiny dogfish, striped bass, bluefish, and fourspot flounder here. Today was my first ever skate and the first skate that I have seen caught here. The variety certainly adds to the excitement of fishing here and can be a real treat when the tide is not the best.

For The Record...
TRIP NUMBER TOTAL FRESH TOTAL SALT TOTAL TIME TOTAL FISH TOTAL SPECIES LARGEST SMALLEST
39 29 10 82 Hours 313 19 27.2" (6 lbs. 6 oz.) 5.9" ( 2 oz. )
Compared To Last Year...
+35 +25 +10 +63 Hours +279 +12 +12.7" (+ 4 lbs. 14 oz.) +1.3" ( -1 oz.)
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2005 South Shore Fishing