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Rye is a town on the Atlantic Coast that has a long history of fishing. Portuguese fishermen started fishing in the area in the 1500s. The first permanent settlement in the area was set up in 1623. By the 1700s, Rye was prosperous through providing dried fish to countries in Europe. There are eight islands off of the coast, where Native Americans liked to fish as well. These islands are about 10 miles from the coast. Once a railroad was constructed in the 1840s, Rye became a popular tourist destination because of the easier access to the town. Many people considered it a first-class summer resort throughout the Victorian era, and it remains a popular fishing destination on the east coast.
Rye fishing is known for excellent Bluefin Tuna fishing in the warmer months with many of them up to 1000 pounds. Inshore fishing around Rye can produce lots of Atlantic Mackerel, Bluefish, Flounder, Red Drum. Spanish Mackerel, and Striped Bass, Black Sea Bass, Cod, Haddock, and Pollock are popular targets on bottom nearshore. Offshore in the Atlantic Ocean there are many species of Tuna, including Albacore (Longfin Tuna), Big Eye Tuna, Little Tunny (False Albacore), and Yellowfin Tuna. There are also Blue Marlin, Dolphinfish (Mahi-mahi), Swordfish, and Wahoo.
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There is a 33.79% catch rate for Atlantic Mackerel, based on 62209 Atlantic Mackerel counted.
ENLARGE RYE ATLANTIC MACKEREL COUNTS CHART
There is a 18.9% catch rate for Striped Bass, based on 34796 Striped Bass counted.
ENLARGE RYE STRIPED BASS COUNTS CHART
There is a 14.23% catch rate for Haddock, based on 26188 Haddock counted.
ENLARGE RYE HADDOCK COUNTS CHART
There is a 13.16% catch rate for Atlantic Cod, based on 24227 Atlantic Cod counted.
ENLARGE RYE ATLANTIC COD COUNTS CHART
There is a 9.54% catch rate for Pollock, based on 17553 Pollock counted.
ENLARGE RYE POLLOCK COUNTS CHART
There is a 2.33% catch rate for Spiny Dogfish, based on 4289 Spiny Dogfish counted.
ENLARGE RYE SPINY DOGFISH COUNTS CHART
There is a 1.02% catch rate for Red Snapper, based on 1872 Red Snapper counted.
ENLARGE RYE RED SNAPPER COUNTS CHART
There is a 0.88% catch rate for Winter Flounder, based on 1614 Winter Flounder counted.
ENLARGE RYE WINTER FLOUNDER COUNTS CHART
There is a 0.54% catch rate for Atlantic Croaker, based on 994 Atlantic Croaker counted.
ENLARGE RYE ATLANTIC CROAKER COUNTS CHART
There is a 0.47% catch rate for Vermilion Snapper, based on 871 Vermilion Snapper counted.
ENLARGE RYE VERMILION SNAPPER COUNTS CHART
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Please check local, state/province, and federal laws before fishing for any species found on this site. All data is based on historical data found for this area, and in some cases as far back as the year 1600.
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The Top 10 Fishing Spots for Rye are the following:
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Fishing trips have had good action lately. However the biggest issue we are having is trying our best to avoid the massive schools of Codfish that dominating most of the tra
Haddock catching has been good this week!!
Friday was action packed with some very nice haddock caught. We are still culling through a lot of Cod that we carefully return to the water alive.
We are experiencing some great haddock fishing right now. However the schools of (out of season) Cod are growing in numbers and size of the fish. It is not uncommon to drift
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Saturday 5/20/23 Full Day Trip
Great day of Haddock fishing on Saturday. The haddock are being caught on bait with a simple rig consisting of hook and sinker. Teasers are not working. Just a simple baite
Friday Full Day Trip 5/19/23
Anglers had to work hard at the fishing today because the tide was strong and the lines had a bad angle. But it paid off and we caught some nice Haddock again.
Marathon May 18 2023
A slow start to the morning but we ended the day strong with a lot of nice Haddock.
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