The Star #454


The star is approximately 22 miles due south of the Hooter and is identified by the compass rose on certain NOAA Charts (see chart pull at bottom). Historically, the Star has been an early season spot for yellowfin but in recent years it hasn’t fished as well. There was a hot white marlin bite at the Star in 2012.

  • Approx. Lat & Long: 40° 54′ 7.0” N, 70° 26′ 7.4” W
  • Best Known for: Mix of bluefin and yellowfin, makos and threshers
  • Best tide: Varies
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