Boston Harbor a Honey Hole

April 27, 2004 By: Marshall Cutchin

At least it is in the opinion of Jack Gartside and other anglers who haven’t let wading among unmentionables deter them from great fishing. Monte Burke writes in Field & Stream about how Boston’s water has gotten cleaner and cleaner and turned into a fish magnet, like many other urban locales, including Atlanta, New Orleans, Detroit and Washington, D.C.