Captain Matt reported a good morning bite on the cod grounds. The bite was great for a few drifts and then it was nothing. It seemed like the whole fleet experienced similar fishing with the fish turning off like a switch. The fishing was slow with a few shorts here and there. towards the end of the day there was a small pop that we put some extra time in on. Tomorrow is another day with spring like temperatures and we are hoping for better fishing.. We are going to be busy because of nice weather, school vacation week and reports of good fishing. Reservations are required.
Capt Matt reported a slower day today on the cod boat. They started catching pretty well right off the bat, but slowed down soon after. Some anglers ended the day with 2-4 a piece, but not all. Tomorrow is another day. The boat sails at 5:00 a.m. and the office opens at 4:00 a.m for ticket sales.
Capt Matt reported a good bite right off the start this morning, unfortunately it was a little picky after that. But overall not a bad day. A couple limits, with the remainder of customers with 3-4 each. Pool fish was in the 8 lb range. Boat is sailing tomorrow Tuesday February 21st. Office opens at 4:00 a.m. for ticket sales.
Captain Matt reported a good day on the cod grounds. A great group of anglers joined us for the spring like weather. Fishing was kinda funny with the fish stacked up on one tight pile. Would do 2 drifts and catch and the next one would be a bust. High hook had 7 keepers with most anglers having 3-4 each. Pool fish was in the mid teens. We are sailing tomorrow morning at 5am and the weather looks good few the next few days.
Captain Mike reported vastly improved fishing to what we have seen on out last few outings. This winter weather is killing us for being able to dial in on the fish. The weather looks good the next few days and we are hoping for even better results. High hook had 5 keepers with most anglers having 2-4 each. The morning started out on the slower side but got better as the day went on. We have stocked with fresh shell bait and are hoping for the best tomorrow.
No trip tomorrow, Wednesday February 15th. The updated forecast showed increased winds for the morning, so that means another day at the dock. Thursday, as of right now, does not look fishable either. Please call back concerning Friday and the weekend.
Captain Matt reported a very tough day on the cod grounds. We anchor up over a huge pile of fish caught a few and then they were gone. Matt waited the fish out but could not get a bite going. The weather turned south early and we headed home. We will not be sailing tomorrow and are keeping an eye on the rest of the week,
They have increased the wind for tomorrow, Wednesday February 8th, so there will be NO trip. Thursday will be a stay at home day as well, with the impending storm. Please call back as far as Friday and the weekend go.
Captain Mike reported a very tough day. The condition were not favorable by any means for drifting. We got on the anchor and things looked promising but it died as soon as it started. Captain Mike did his best to try and put something together. We will not be sailing tomorrow due to the gales forecasted. We are keeping an eye on the weather for the upcoming week. Please check in with the office for sailing dates and times.
Early report is that the fish are biting… Some angler are already limited out and some are with in a few. We are sailing tomorrow morning at 5am. We do have room left but it is filling up quick. Please call and make a reservation.Full report to come.
All we can say is an all out bail job. This is as good as it gets. As fast as you could get your sinker to the bottom you were having cod bites. Double headers were common place. Jigs and bait worked. Could have thrown down a old boot and caught a cod. We are sailing tomorrow morning at 5am for cod fish. We ask everyone to be there by 4am to check in on the busy days. Spots are filling up very fast. We are keeping an eye on Sunday and Monday weather.