The weather looks great the next few days and were planning on sailing the next 4 days. Book your reservations online
Captain Greg reported a better day on the cod grounds. We worked the Island today and it was much better then the long ride to coxes. We picked a few fish on the drift. We jumped around here and there and found some and some cunners. It seems there was a little bit of a bit more to the west so we have our marching orders for tomorrow. Sailing by reservation at 6am on the Lady Frances.
Captain Greg reported a slower day on the cod grounds. We took the ride down to coxes but it didnt pan out. We set up and we had cod right away but as soon as it started it was over. We poked around a few more drops but didnt work out. We steamed back to the island and found some bait. We picked another one here and there but very slow. We will be back at it tomorrow at 6am on the Lady
No trip tomorrow with the left over wind from today and tomorrow. The upcoming week looks on the windy side as well. We will be fishing any day the weather allows
Captain Greg sent in a quick text saying fishing was much improved. We were out on the grounds on Sunday but water was coffee milk and the fishing was down right terrible. Full report to come in a few hours
Captain Greg reported a much improved day on the grounds. The water cleared up and the fish were chew. It wasnt hot and heavy but a good chip all day long. We had a good mixed bag with cod, scup, sea bass, choggies,ling and a few weakfish making in to coolers. We are still trying to sail every day weather permitting with reservations booked online.
And were back!!!
We were finally able to get the server side issue resolved and will be back to reporting.
We will be sailing tomorrow morning at 6am on the Gail Frances. The weather looks great with west winds 5-10 forecasted in the morning. Reservations are booked online at Francesfleet.com. This looks like it will be the last weather day for the year.
No trip tomorrow and we are keeping an eye on the upcoming week
Captain Rich reported decent pick all day long. Nothing lighting fast but by days end a good catch. We took the ride down to the ledge and were able to get on the drift with the nice weather. We had a mix of cod, scup, sea bass, cunners and ling. Biggest fish on the day was just over 10 pounds.
We will finally be back up and out on the cod grounds tomorrow morning at 6am. The Gail will be sailing. We only have a few spots left. All reservations must be booked online.