Massachusetts's Westport River

“Partly because the glitz and glamour of Martha’s Vineyard’s striper mecca lies just beyond the horizon to the southeast, the Westport’s blue-ribbon, blue-collar fishery remains relatively crowd-free. It gets little attention from the news media and inspires no high-powered tournaments, no massive influx of well-heeled anglers from around the country.” Norm Zeigler writes in The New York Times about the estuarine Westport River, which escapes attention from many New England anglers but offers excellent striped bass fishing.

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