Morning at the Weigh Station During Derby Days

All eyes are on the weigh station at the foot of Main street on the Edgartown harbor. Each morning and evening from 8 to 10, the fish are brought to the scales. Stories of the big one caught and the ones that got away carry on throughout the day and night.

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Coffee and a Side of Fish Stories Down at Derby Headquarters
The false albacore have had a banner year so far at the 77th Martha's Vineyard Striped Bass and Bluefish Derby.
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Noble Days and Clarity of Light for Second Week of Derby
Gone fishing is the rallying cry for the Island in the second week of the derby. And as always the competition signals that time in the Vineyard year between the waning days of summer and the arrival of autumn.
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Young Anglers Have Their Time in the Limelight
For two hours starting at 6 a.m. on Sunday, kids fished from the Oak Bluffs Steamship Authority pier before the first ferry of the day arrived, thanks to the annual Kids Derby event.
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