Boston Bluefin Tuna Fishing

This trip is for Bluefin Tuna fishing in Massachusetts Bay and beyond. It is fishermen who want to catch the fish of a life time. Call to discuss the details.
  • 4-5 people max recommended not including crew.
  • Plan on at least 10 hours for this trip.
  • Departing 4:30 am and returning after 2:30 pm.
You will be fishing for a prize fish, Giant Bluefin Tuna. In the event your trip lands a Giant Bluefin over 73″ your trip is discounted 50% Call to see if the Tuna are running
Bluefin Tuna Fishing

Fishing Season & Regulation

The fishing season for Bluefin Tuna is from June to October. Usually you will find schools of Bluefin Tuna raning in sizes from 27 to 73 inches. Bluefin that are over 73 inches can weight as much as 1100lbs! All fish that are larger than 73 inches will be the property of the boat and any fish under 73 inches will have to meet current federal government regulations. Click for more Bluefin Tuna information.

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Fishing Methods

The Bluefin Tuna is largely caught using Trolling Squid Bars. Various Lures and Daisy Chains may also be used to catch this fish. Chumming, Chunk Bait and Live Bait are often used to lure these fish to the hook.

Tuna Jigging and Popping methods are also very popular in Boston. These are all Big Game rods and reels with line weights of 100 pounds and having customized stand up rods in them. Most of the time baits and lures are used to catch the Bluefin Tuna fish.

Bluefin Tuna

Locations Fished

The Bluefin Tuna is largely found in Massachusetts Bay, Cape and Cod Bay, Tillies Bank, Stellwagen Bank, Jefferies Ledge, Middle Bank in Boston as well as Wildcat etc. These areas represent the largest concentrations of the Bluefin Tuna fish and so fishing in these regions will mean large catches for you.

Weather Conditions

While fishing for the Bluefin Tuna in Boston you will likely come across typical offshore conditions and seas. The climate will be characteristic of Fall and Spring Summer seasons.