In what has become an annual tradition for governors of the Commonwealth, Charlie Baker went down to Jamaica Pond yesterday to join with local school kids and City Councilor Matt O'Malley to restock the pond with fish.
Moby Carp lives!
Jamaica Plain News recaps yesterday's annual trout release at Jamaica Pond.
Christian Ilsley shows us the stripers are running in Boston Harbor.
On Tuesday at Long Wharf
Christian Ilsey shows off the striped bass he caught yesterday on his boat out of Jeffries Point.
Local lad at Shaw's on Hyde Park Avenue has fun with fish heads.
Tim Mouradian provides proof the stripers are back at Plum Island.
The Globe reports a rare sturgeon's been spotted swimming up the Charles.
Good Morning Gloucester posts photos of a rare golden sea robin, which is not something you'd ever want to have in your dreams.
Ladybug's Leaf looked down from a bridge over the Muddy River in the Back Bay Fens yesterday and spotted a pair of fish.
Bob took some video of the large stripers in the water between Long Wharf and the Aquarium - and how they beat a frustrated duck to the hunks of bread he threw to them:
Carolyn Grantham, raised in a place that knows from fish and chips, explains why she won't be returning to the Battery, an allegedly authentic fish-and-chips place that recently opened on Washington Street in Brighton Center:
... Look, I don't claim to be a frying expert. I know it takes practice to be able to turn out perfect fish and chips every time. But there are hundreds, if not thousands, of practitioners in the UK who have figured it out. And until The Battery gets it right, it's upholding the myth that British cooking is bad. ...
David Ertischek was riding his bike through the Arboretum when he spotted a guy and two girls using buckets and nets to move fish from the drying up little ponds by the roses to a larger pond with more water.