Capt. Cory just relayed word of another great day of local ground fishing with just about a full boat limit of super size sea bass to over 5lbs and jumbo scup to over 2lbs along with some blue fish and quite a few red hake, including some real base ball bat size stuff once again. A lot of short cod in the mix but not much in the keeping dept today but still an awesome day of fishing and great weather to boot!! Tomorrow cod will be come the primary focus and Capt. Rich will be setting sail on the Gail Frances at 7am in search of the Winter King. Weather looks warm and seas friendly once again for a great New Year’s Day on the water.
Capt. Cory reported a great day of fishing today on the Gail Frances with a nice turnout of anglers to enjoy the great weather and balmy temps. Once again the slammer scup and big sea bass cooperated in full with nearly a full boat limit of both. A few nice green cod to ten pounds and a nice bunch of baseball bat size ling and some ocean perch to compliment the great catch of scup and sea bass. Everyone went home with plenty of fillets for some fine New Year’s dining. Right now Saturday and New Year’s both sound good with Capt. Rich set to sail both days on the Gail Frances at 7am.
Tomorrow looks like a great day for local cod and sea bass fishing with the Gail Frances set to sail at 7am with Capt. Rich. Cory will be opening the office by 6am. Saturday also looks better for fishing than it did yesterday at this time so stay tuned for further updates tomorrow in regards to Saturday’s outing.
Looks like the wind machine is in high gear these days although we may get a break Friday and hopefully this coming weekend. Tentatively next fishing trip will be scheduled for Friday at 7am aboard the Gail Frances with Capt. Rich. Starting Jan 2nd we will sail at 5am daily weather permitting on our winter time schedule with the approximate return time set for 3pm. Sunday, Jan 1st we will sail at 7am as the last day of the 7am sailing schedule for now.
Capt. Cory just relayed word that the Gail Frances yet again sailed with a light crowd today and once again they obtained an easy full boat limit of sea bass to five pounds and big porgies to over 2lbs. Another nice green cod just a shade under ten pounds took the pool today. Once again a bunch of choppers to keep things interesting and some ocean perch to boot. No trip tomorrow due to the Christmas Holiday and everyone at the Frances Fleet would like to extend the warmest holiday wishes to all of its customers.
Capt. Rich reported the small handful of anglers were busy once again today filling their bags and coolers up with full boat limits of scup and sea bass of excellent size. A big pile of late season blue fish today joined the scup and sea bass party as well. A fine green cod just under ten pounds took the pool. We are looking forward to another pleasant fishing day tomorrow, Christmas Eve with Capt. Rich ready set sail aboard the Gail Frances at 7am.
Capt. Rich relayed word back that the fishing was once again great today with a full boat limit of nice size sea bass and big porgies. Once again the larger cod kept a rather low profile and word around the fleet according to Capt. Rich is that he was not in singular company in regards to that matter. Quite a few little cod to let go to grow up mixed in with the scup and sea bass. A fat green cod was responsible however for the pool prize today. Next possible trip sets sail Friday at 7am with Capt. Rich aboard the Gail Frances. Kindly check back with us tomorrow afternoon to double check on Friday’s weather.
The Gail Frances is expected to set sail tomorrow morning at 7:00 a.m. for cod and seabass.
First mate Capt. Matt relayed word of just a handful of anglers who braved the wintry chill and even some snow flurries to head out in search of of cod and sea bass on Sunday. The cod kept a rather low profile although a fine fat green one did take the pool. Plenty of hubcap size porgies and nice size sea bass filled the bags and coolers for the anglers aboard with limits on both rather easily attained for the majority of those aboard and everyone going home with some fine eating fillets for some great meals to come. Next possible run is on Wednesday but the weather looks to be qutie active this week so stay tuned to the web site or give us a call later tomorrow afternoon to double check on sailing status. Remember that starting Jan 1st we switch to a daily 5am sailing schedule.
Word from Capt. Cory who was out with Capt. Rich today was of a near full boat limit of big sea bass to over 5lbs along with just about a full boat limit of big scup to over 2lbs along with a handsome handful of nice market cod to just under ten pounds and nearly a dozen cocktail size blues and a pile of big ocean perch all put together sure helped to make for one heck of an action packed day of bottom fishing aboard the Gail Frances. Both bait and jigs were responsible for the sea bass and scup today although bait had the edge. Capt. Rich looks forward to more great fishing tomorrow with the Gail Frances set to sail at 7am.