Monthly Archives: July 2018

Tuesday July 31st

Captain Matt reported very good fishing on the half day trips. The mornings drift was rather slow which slowed down the fishing but by trips end the bags were full. Many anglers left with limits of sea bass. Only a handful of fluke with the slower drift. The afternoon did see a better drift and more fluke bending the rods. Many sea bass limits as well. We will have both half day trips tomorrow from 8am to noon and 1pm to 5pm.

 

Captain Rich reported a slower day on the full day. Slower then it has been the past week but it was still good fishing over all. Anglers still left with limits of both fluke and sea bass. More shorts then we have been seeing as well keeping anglers busy throughout the day. Rich was also plagued with the slower drift conditions for most of the day.There is still pile and piles of bait on the grounds so fishing should continue to be strong. We are planning on sailing tomorrow morning from 7am to 4 pm.

Monday July 30th

Captain Matt called in to report a very successful Monday marathon trip. We sailed with a sold out crowd looking to bend the rod on some very good fluke fishing. Despite not having a drift over .5 all day we did very full. Only a few handfuls shy of a full limit of fluke and sea bass. No real bell ringer fluke but 5 fish between 8-9 pounds battled it out. Matt did try a few different locations finding fluke at most and some grey ghost at other. Most anglers are going home with limit catches of fluke while other only had a few. We will continue these trips until the end of August on Mondays. These trips are reservation only.

 

Captain Mike reported a solid morning of sea bass fishing on the half day trips. We had a great group of anglers and they were treated to piles of sea bass. Only a few fluke made it over the rails but the ones that did were good quality. We will have both half tomorrow at 8am and 1pm.

Sunday July 29

Captain Chris reported another good day on the fluke boat. We had a healthy turn out of anglers who all wanted to capitalize on the superb fishing we have been having. Some anglers did quite well while others watched other do well. High hooks had full limits of both fluke and sea bass. Biggest fluke of the day was over 10 pounds. Biggest sea bass of the day was around 5 pounds. The fishing has been some of the best we have seen in years so do not miss out!!!

Saturday July 28th

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There will be no cod trip tomorrow.

Captain Matt reported a very solid day on the full day fluke boat. Most of the anglers left the boat with both limits of fluke and sea bass. High hooks had 11 keeper fluke (orl) Pool fish was a solid fish over 8 pounds.  Many fish in the 5-7 pound range. We caught fish from start to finish and left them biting. All types of rigs work well. The bucktail did have a slight advantage. We will be sailing tomorrow at 7am.

Captain Mike reported a decent morning on the half day. Many anglers left with limits of sea bass to 5 pounds. Biggest fluke of the day was taken by owner Frank Blount tipping the scales at 7 pounds. The swell and the fog did make it tough from some anglers but over all. We will have both half day trips tom

Friday July 27th

We still have plenty of room on Sundays Cod marathon from 5am to 5pm.

 

Mondays still has a few spots left on the Fluke Marathon trip from 5am to 5pm.

 

You can call the office to book either of these trips. We have a break in some weather and it should be down right beautiful

 

Captain Matt reported a very good day on the full day fluke boat. It was rather foggy and a good sized swell left over but the fish did not care.  morning bite was very good with around 60 fluke coming over the rails. Once the tide eased we moved the boat in search of more doormats. Were were treated to piles and piles of big sea bass. High hooks left with both limits of keeper fluke and limits of keeper sea bass. Biggest fluke of the day was taken by Mr. Han around 6.5 pounds. Biggest sea bass was just shy of 5 pounds.We will be sailing tomorrow morning at 7am.

 

Captain Mike reported a slower morning. We tried fishing the shallow water by the beaches in search of fluke. There was plenty of action but not as many keepers as we would have hoped for. Biggest fish on the day was around 4 pounds. We will only have one half day trip tomorrow from 8am to noon.

Wednesday July 25th

Captain Matt called in to report a very very good day on the full day fluke boat. We had an early easy limit of fluke close to home. Biggest fish on the day was a round 8 pounds. A few fish in the 6-7 pound range as well. Matt also had a full limit of  sea bass to 5 pounds. The weather started to turn and we headed for the barn. We will be at the dock tomorrow trying to sail at 7am,

Tuesday July 24th

Captain Mike reporyed an OK morning on the half day trip. The morning was on the sloppy side but got nicer as the day went along. Some sea bass and fluke made it in to the boat. Captain George reported a very slow afternoon. He took a ride down the beach to have a more comfortable trip but found very dirty water. Tomorrow is another day and we are scheduled to sail at 7am.

 

Captain Matt reported a decent day on the full day trip. The swell was much larger out off the island but there was still piles of bait. High hooks left with limits of fluke. There was also plenty of limits on the sea bass. Some anglers did not fair as well but everyone is leaving with fish. We are planning on sailing tomorrow morning at 7am

Monday July 23rd

We are planning on sailing tomorrow morning on the full day and half day trips. It looks like we will get a break in the weather and be able to get back out to the fishing grounds. The captain and crew will be there in the morning ready to sail.

Saturday July 21

There will be no trips tomorrow because of the weather. We are keeping an eye on Mondays weather and will be posting info as soon as we have it.

 

Captain Mike reported a Ok morning on the half day trip. A good showing of fluke but not as many sea bass. Biggest fluke was 6 pounds. Biggest sea bass on the day was 4 pounds. Captain Matt was at the helm of the RISSA Charter and reported very good sea bass fishing. The slow drift let us sit on a pile and work on it. Some big fluke in the rocks with the biggest being around 9 pounds.