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Old 10-02-2001, 05:10 PM
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Start with Josko. First and foremost. Not only does he know the stuff inside out - but he is also a great sharer of knowledge.

Check with our sponsor B-fast Charters, Capt. Mike Bartlett in Pembroke http://www.bfastcharters.com

Don't miss the chance to talk to Joe LeClair about the sharks, Firefly Outfitters out of Boston http://fireflyoutfitters.com

THE club to hook up with: http://www.greenharbortunaclub.com/

Charters:
http://www.bigfishcharters.com/tuna_fishing.htm
http://www.bluewatercharters.com/
http://www.reeltimesportfishing.com/

Great USGS site: http://woodshole.er.usgs.gov/project-pages/stellwagen/

Don't ignore Jefferey's Ledge http://www.jeffreysledge.com/index.html

Might have a lot to learn from talking to scientists or even volunteering to assist with research programs... http://www.saltwatersportsman.com/fish/bluefintuna/tuna_tags.html

I met seniors at WPI doing a Stellwagen project that would provide reams of information for exploration in that area.


Bigtime adventure ahead for you!

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doogue (10-02-2001 05:30 p.m.):
Juro,

I agree about the port of departure. He is based out of Boston. Any suggestions on guides for this area? Is Stellwagon the place to go?

Thanks...
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