Monthly Archives: January 2018

Sunday January 14th

There will be no trip tomorrow due to the weather.

 

Captain Mike reported a slow day on the cod grounds. There is lots of bait on the ground but the fish have lock jaw.  We had a small handful of cod and ling but not a good catch over all. Next scheduled trip will be Tuesday. Its only a  matter of time till it rebounds.

Thursday Jan 11th

Captain Mike reported a slightly better day on the cod grounds. A few more cod, some ling and some cunners in the mix. Pool fish was around 15 pounds. The water temperatures have dropped more then normal with last weeks cold snap. We do have a warm up the next few days which should warm up the water some. It is looking like Sunday should be out next trip but always call before to make a reservation.

Wednesday January 10th

Captain Mike reported a tough day on the cod grounds. We tired alot of spots for not alot of pay off. A few handfuls of fish but nothing to write home about. Tomorrow is another day and we have a list of spots we will not be trying. We will be sailing tomorrow at 5am.

Saturday January 6th

We will not be sailing tomorrow. Due the heavy freezing spray advisory and the temps of -7 at time of sailing. We take a care and comfort of our customers very seriously. We do have a warm up coming and we should be sailing in the coming few days.

 

January 3rd

Captain Matt called in to report a solid day on the local cod grounds. We had a great group of anglers who wanted to get in on some prestorm fishing. The morning started out great with fish coming over the rail left and right. The bite slowed down some so Matt went on the hunt. We found fish at every drop but nothing as good as the morning. High hooks went home with 8 keepers. Most anglers had 3-5 keepers each. Biggest fish of the day was around 20 pounds with many fish in the teen range. We will be tied to the dock for the next few days due to the winter storm.IMG_0788 IMG_0785 IMG_0787 IMG_0786