Taking a walk on crane beach in Ipswich…it's a let down compared to Good Harbor. Shoulda stayed in Gloucester. pic.twitter.com/TPmGL0K2Jq
— Brooke (@Brooke_Surname) February 22, 2014
Tag Archives: Crane Beach
About 3:45 on Friday, a front rolled through the area providing menacing clouds, incredible spots of sunlight and snow showers in the sky that melted before they hit the ground. Just incredible! Glad to live on Cape Ann and be able to see capture a few scenes like these. Click the images for larger view
Brianmoc would like to dedicate this video to the dead stripers caught by Dani Lubbers and Paul Morrison.
After one of the slowest May in years (10 years according to my logs) warmer winds and less rain brought bigger fish up river for Thursday, Friday, Saturday but not Sunday as the fish rested that day. Bait was herring dropping back but warm on Sunday. it got so warm we will be looking for the sand eels as bait in the coming weeks. Finicky fish all three days as the bass had all the bait they could eat and there heads where down pushing bait out of the marsh
Hi Joey , I really enjoyed the pictures Bill O’Conner put up about things to do close to home . We have such wonderful places to explore within 20 minutes of Main St. I see a series here
Dont forget a fall hike to Crane Beach . Viva Cape Ann .
Brianmoc- Stiped Bass Fishing Crane Beach Ipswich MA Fish Blitzing / Feeding on Sand Eels On the Flats 26-34″
Watch The Boys Lay A Beatin’ On ‘Em
Video from incredible photographer/fisherman Brianmoc
There are some big fish around as Brian shows in this video from May 22-
42 inch 25+ pound fish Catch & Release Striped bass top water Fishing MA Crane Beach Ipswich Essex 5/22/11 not the first fish of the year but the biggest year. Started my spring fishing with some nice striped bass riding the outgoing tide. This big striper Came up and gulped the jumping minnow down on the first cast. What made this fun was I the rod. I used a 3/8oz – 1oz Temple fork salmon pole 8’6″ or TFO rod. This was not as fat as your avg late season fish but at 25p it was fun fight on light tackle and even bent the vmc hooks. What you are experiencing is a very good tool that if handled right a competent can land very large fish and make fishing for smaller fish that more fun!