Thursday May 25th

The report from last night’s squid trip was of a very good outing. HI hook was two fishers who combined for a full bucket of squid. No squid trip tonight due to the weather but tomorrow night looks fine and the trip will sail at 7 pm.

No fluke trip tomorrow due to the weather. Both Saturday and Sunday look fine however. The Gail Frances will sail at 7 am.

We are also starting our half day fishing trips this weekend sailing Saturday Sunday and Monday with the first trip set to sail at 8 am and the second at 1pm.


Wednesday May 24th.

IMG_0246Tonight’s squid trip is a go, and there is plenty of room. Tomorrow’s fluke trip is cancelled due to the weather, and tomorrow night’s squid trip as well. Give a call back Thursday to check on Friday’s forecast.


Captain Mike reported a very good day on the fluke ground. Best day of the year to date. Many limits around the boat and happy faces as well. Pool fish was around 5 pounds. Both long bait rigs and hi low spros did well. Plenty of action and should only get better. We will have no trip tomorrow with the strong east wind but the weekend is shaping up nicely.

Tuesday May 23rd

Capt Mike reported the small group of anglers that went fluke fishing landed a few keepers and about 50+ throwbacks. Pool fish was 4 lbs. Signs are pointing in the right direction for a good season. It just seems that it has been a couple weeks behind schedule.

The Lady Frances is scheduled to sail tomorrow morning at 7:00 Office opens at 6:00 a.m.

Along with our full day trips, our half days start this coming weekend. Weekends only to start, including Monday Memorial Day. We will have a 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon trip and also a 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. trip.


Sunday May 21st

First mate Greg reported a tough night on the squid. Over all we caught the most squid yet this season but there was alot of mouths to feel. Some people got dialed in and chipped away while others manged a few. A group of 4 anglers in the back combined for over a 100 pieces. It was a very picky bite. There was plenty of bait around the boat and we saw the most squid on the surface to date. We are planning on sailing Wed-Saturday next week by reservation.


First mate Chris reported even more improvement on the fluke boat today. We had out first limit catch taken today by Mr. Han. It seems we are catching more and more shorts each trip. If there keeps up it should be a banner year on the fluke. We will have no trip tomorrow but the rest of the week looks good.

Saturday May 20th

Captain Mike report a better day on the full day fluke trip. Mike tried close to home and found hungry fish. There was plenty of shorts to keep rods bent but slower on the keepers. Pool fish was around 4 pounds. We have plenty of room on tomorrows trip. The office will open around 6am for all sales.

Saturday May 20th

photo zpfile003 zpfile001First mate Greg reported a much improved night on the squid. Still not hot and heavy but a good night over all. High hooks had about half a bucket worth of squid. There was a pop later in the night with squid flying over the rail. We have room on tonight’s trip with reservations being required.


We will also be sailing for fluke today with a full report to follow.

Friday May 19th

Weekend Schedule.

We are squid fishing both Friday and Saturday nights at 7:00 p.m. As of right now, there is still plenty of room on both nights.

We are Fluke fishing Saturday and Sunday morning at 7:00 a.m.A few nice warm days recently will hopefully have warmed up the fishing as well.

Remember, when you do back to back trips, ie: squid, then fluke, or vice versa, you get a discount on the second trip.

Looking forward to seeing everyone out on the boat this weekend!

A few people have been asking about half days. They are scheduled to start Saturday May 27th. Weekends only for the first couple weeks, but by mid June we will be sailing daily.


Wednesday May 17th

A small group of anglers ventured out on the first fluke trip of the season. Unfortunately not much to report. A couple of keepers and a fair amount of throwbacks. The nice weather on tap will hopefully get things moving along quick. We know everyone is anxious to get out there and fill their coolers. No trip tomorrow. As of right now, Friday is the next trip out. No squid trip tonight or tomorrow night as there is quite a bit of wind in the forecast.

Tuesday May 16th

FINALLY, the sun is shining and there is no wind! Our fluke trips will start tomorrow, Wednesday May 17th. The boat sails at 7:00 a.m. The office will open at 6:00 a.m. for ticket sales. Please call the office before 5:00 p.m. to make a reservation. After tomorrow’s outing, we will post not only a report but also the schedule for the rest of the week. The squid trips are scheduled to sail Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday night. And as of right now, the weather doesn’t look like a problem for any of those nights. Hopefully this is the beginning of continuous good weather.