Captain Chris reported yet another good day on the fluke grounds. We had a great turn out of anglers after the wet weekend. High hook had 4 keepers withe the biggest being around 6 pounds. Most anglers had 2-3 each with some not fairing as well. There was plenty of action on the shortsto keep people busy. All in all it was a great weather day with nice fish to catch. We will be sailing daily weather dependent at 7am.
There will be no squid trip tonight due to the weather.
There will be no trip tomorrow due to the southwest winds. Monday is looking much nicer as well as most of next week.
There will be no squid trip tonight. We are keeping on an eye on Saturday night’s weather. Please call the office tomorrow afternoon for an update.
There will be no fluke trip tomorrow as well.
Captain Greg reported another solid day on the fluke grounds. The fishing is just getting better and better. High hooks went home with limits of keepers. We had the biggest fish of the year so far topping out at nearly 9 pounds. Bucktails were the way to go with the slow drift. We will not be sailing tomorrow because of the weather and the weekend is looking iffy.
We are scheduled to start squid fishing this weekend but we are keeping an eye on the weather. Always call the day before to make reservations.
We will be sailing tomorrow morning at 7am for fluke on the Gail Frances. The office will open around 6am for ticket and tackle sales.
Captain Chris called in to report another solid day of the fluke grounds. We are averaging about 3 fish per person on the boat. This is well above normal and it is showing great promise for the whole season to come. High hook had 5 keepers today with the biggest being close to 6 pounds. Bucktails worked best with the slow drift conditions today.There is plenty of short fish around as well to keep rods bent between keepers. There will be no trip tomorrow but we are planning on sailing daily at 7am with reservations.
Captain Greg was very happy to report we had our first limit on the full day fluke boat. The morning started out on the slower side but once the sun came out the fishing improved. High hook had 6 keepers with a few others have 3-4 each. Bucktails and long rigs both worked. This is one of the best starts we have had to our fluke season in quite a while. The quality of fish has been outstanding with most keepers over the 20″ mark. We will be sailing tomorrow morning at 7am on the Gail Frances.
Captain Chris reported a good start to the fluke fishing. The weather was a little less then ideal with the spitting rain but the fish didnt care. High hook went home with half a limit of fish to 4 pounds. The fish were spread out with every group leaving with nice fluke for dinner. We caught fish all over so its only a matter of time for it to really ramp up. We will be sailing tomorrow morning at 7am.
We will be starting our Fluke season tomorrow morning at 7am. There has been some reports from the small boat fleet that there have been some fish showing up. Please call the office to make a reservation.
There will be no trip tomorrow Sunday.
Captain Matt reported a tough day on the cod grounds. The wind never died out like it was forecasted. This made for a very large ground swell to deal with all day. We did find some fish on a wreck but it was slow going all day. Some shorts and some cunners rounded out the day. We did mark some squid on the further spots so fluke and season is only around the corner.