Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) – Fishing Info
About Legit Fish Sportfishing
Where does Legit Fish Sportfishing fish ?
We fish the Scituate, MA area, including Boston South Shore, Atlantic Ocean, Cape Cod Bay, Plymouth Bay, Massachusetts Bay.
What are the target fish ?
Target fish include Albacore Tuna (Also Called Albacore), Atlantic Bonito (Also Called Bloater, Bone Jack, Bonito, Boston Mackerel, Common Bonito, Skipjack), Atlantic Cod (Also Called Cod, Kil'Din Cod, Cod, Codfish Brick, Strip ), Atlantic Halibut (Also Called Fletch, Flitch, Halibut ), Atlantic Mackerel (Also Called Boston mackerel, Norwegian mackerel, Scottish mackerel), Blue Shark (Also Called Great Blue Shark ), Bluefin Tuna (Also Called Atlantic Bluefin Tuna), Bluefish (Also Called Elf, Tailor, Shad), Common Dolphinfish (Also Called Dolphin, Dolphinfish, Common Dolphin, Mahi-Mahi, Dorado, Dourade ), Cusk (Also Called Brosmius, Torsk, Tusk, Torsk), Haddock (Also Called Haddie ), Pollock (Also Called Pollack, Boston blues, coalfish, silver bills, Green cod, saithe), Porbeagle Shark (Also Called Mackerel Shark), Redfish (Also Called Red Drum, Channel Bass, Spottail Bass), Sea Bass (Also Called Black Seabass), Shortfin Mako Shark (Also Called Blue Pointer, Mackerel Shark, Mako, Mako Shark ), Spanish Mackerel (Also Called Atlantic Spanish Mackerel, Spanish Mackerel), Striped Bass (Also Called Striper, Linesider, Rockfish ), Summer Flounder (Also Called Flounder, Fluke ), Swordfish (Also Called Broadbill, Broadbill Swordfish, Swords), Tautog (Also Called Blackfish, Oyster-fish, Chub, Black Porgy), Thresher Shark (Also Called Thresher Shark, Common Thresher, Fox Shark, Sea Fox, Swiveltail, Thrasher), Yellowfin (Also Called Yellowtail Snapper, Yellowfin Snapper, Flag, Tail, Rabirubia, Rubia, Cola, Geelstaart, Gelbschwanz-Schnapper, Chryzor, Gulstjärtsnapper), White Marlin (Also Called Atlantic White Marlin, Skilligalee, Marlin )
Where in Scituate, MA to we meet our guests ?
We meet at Bulman Marine at The Waterfront Club ( 20 Jericho Rd, Scituate, MA 02066, USA )
Do I need a STATE Fishing license ?
Yes, a Fishing license is required
Where do I get a STATE Fishing license ?
MassFishHunt - Fishing
Massachusetts requires a license to fish in fresh water for those 15 or older. Those under 15 can fish in fresh water for free without a license. If you're 16 or older, you need a permit to fish in salt water. You do not need a permit if you have a valid saltwater fishing permit from CT, NH, or RI, or if you are fishing on a permitted for-hire vessels. Those under 16 can fish in salt water for free without a license.
How much should I Tip?
It is customary to tip 20% of the trip total. We work tirelessly to make sure you have a guest experience!
Do I need to bring my own gear?
No, we provide standard gear such as rods and reels so you don’t need to worry about anything. But please feel free to bring you own gear if you prefer.
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