There will be no trip tomorrow. We are keeping an eye one the weather for the next few days and are hoping to get back on the water.
We will have no trip tomorrow due to the east winds.
Captain Mike reported a tough day on the cod grounds. After such a long time off the water, we had high hopes with the cod today. We did mark plenty of bait and did our best to work on the piles but nothing was under the bait. We are hoping once we get out there more than one day in a row we can dial in much better. The weather looks good for Monday- Wednesday at this point. Please call the office to check sailing times and upcoming sailing dates.
We will be sailing tomorrow morning at 5am for cod fish. The weather is finally going to let us get away from the dock. Please call the office before 5pm today to make a reservation. Sunday and Monday do look fishable at the moment as well.
The calendar says Spring, but it still feels like winter. Seems like we are getting a break with the wind for tomorrow. Please call the office by 5:00 p.m. today to make a reservation.
The wind machine looks like it going to let go and make it possible for us to try and get out on the cod grounds. They have to be hungry after all this time off. Please call the office before 5pm today to make a reservation
We will not be having a trip tomorrow. Please check back on future sailing dates.
And the wind continues. No sail tomorrow, Friday March 10th.
Not much to report from today’s trip. Capt and crew did their very best to turn up some fish but it just wasn’t meant to be today. The water was dirty from the week of wind last week, so hopefully the ocean settles down and fishing improves in the upcoming days. No trip tomorrow, Tuesday March 7th.
We are trying to sail tomorrow morning at 5am on the Lady Frances. It looks like the only break in the weather we are going to have for a few days. Highs in the 40s with 5 knots of wind. Please call the office to make a reservation for tomorrow.
It is with great sadness that we report the passing of our longtime fishing customer and more importantly our friend, Jeanne. She fished religiously with us for many many years with her daughter and granddaughter. Jeanne was at the rail from the beginning of the trip till the very last drop of the day. The capt and crew always enjoyed having her and her family on board. The office staff as well, will miss her enthusiasm and great spirit! Wishing you tight lines in Heaven Jeanne. God Bless.