Silver Salmon and Pinks have been steady lately in the central parts of MA 10. Fish 30-55′ with flashers and hootchies. Pinks like a slow troll, and a pink mini Hootchie, or coho killer spoon. Herring behind a diver or 3oz lead have produced some great fish.

I go through a lot of sunglasses. Working on the water 300+ days a year. I have had all brands of shades and some are better than others, not relevant to price. I need glasses for low light condition, as well as glaring overhead sun. Fishermans Eyewear has sent me the Marlin line of glasses to try out. I was very pleased with the product. Stylish, scratch resistant and durable. They quickly became my go to pair. At $25.00 a pair these glasses are great to have on hand for those days when your buddies forget to bring shades. I was impressed with the durability. My glasses don’t last long, and the Marlins lasted as long as any top brand I have used. A few specs.

Description: A comfortable favorite, the Marlin features a cut-back wrap design offering tremendous coverage. The Marlin is a high-performance piece fitting a large majority of head shapes.

Frame Style: A modified square wrap style frame constructed from a light weight and durable Polycarbonate.

Features: Polarized, durable and 100% UV A and B ray protective TAC lens with a thickness of 1.0 mm. The blue mirror lens color is ideal for offshore fishing, general boating and most water-sport activities. Includes a draw string closing, cotton storage bag festooned with the Fisherman Eyewear logo.

Fitting: Best for small to large size faces.

I have found them in most local tackle stores.

Capt. Matt

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