First mate troy reported a good but cold day on the cod grounds. It seems a nice batch of green fish have moved in to area and were waiting with open mouths. JIgs did out produce the fresh bait today but there were plenty of fish on both. High hook went home with 9 keepers. Plenty of small fish in the area kept the rods bending. Todays pool fish was around 12 pounds. Our next trip is on FRIDAY at 5am on the Lady Frances with Captain Mike.
We would like wish everyone a happy, healthy, and safe New Years.
Captain Rich reported a slower day on the cod grounds today. A great group of anglers joined up for a picture perfect warm winter day. The fishing today came in shots. There would be nothing going on and then all of a sudden 15 rods bend over. The fish seemed to be chasing the bait around. High hook was on jigs with 4 keepers. todays pool fish was a solid 25 pound fish. Both bait and jigs produced quite a few shorts but the keepers didnt wanna bite. Our next trip will be Wednesday at 6am.
Captain Rich reported a good day on the cod grounds. A very light crowd didnt let a few rain drops in the forecast scare them away from some good cod fishing. He tried a new areas and found cod on every drop. He also found nearly a boat limit of fine sea bass to 4 pounds. High hook went home with 5 keepers. todays pool honors went to Eban York from Ny with a fine 10 pound fish. Plenty of action on the short fish kept rods bending all day. We will be sailing tomorrow morning at 6am for cod on the Gail Frances.
Captain Cote reported a decent day on the local cod grounds. A spring like day brought people out of the woodworks and sailed this morning with a good load of anglers. Fishing is what it has been for the past 2 weeks. Pool fish was around 12 pounds. Many shorts kept anglers busy at the rail. Tomorrow has a chance of showers but looks like another great day to be on the water. We have plenty of room on tomorrows trip leaving at 6am.
SATURDAY DECEMBER 27TH IS SOLD OUT… SUNDAY AND MONDAY LOOK LIKE MUCH NICER DAYS… PLEASE CALL AND MAKE A RESERVATION
First mate troy reported another good day on the local cod grounds. The weather was just out standing with high temperatures nearly 50 deg and no wind. Both bait and jigs produced well with both tying at 8 keeper for high hook honors. Lots of short in the mix with rods bending nearly all day. Pool fish was around 10 pounds with a few others very close. WE ARE NOT TAKING ANY MORE RESERVATIONS FOR TOMORROWS COD TRIP AT 6AM. Both Sunday and Monday looks fantastic and we are asking anglers to come another day.