No trips tomorrow with the strong wind forecasted.
Captain Rich reported a good day on the cod grounds. The morning started off with a decent pick of sea bass and scup. We did a little moving around and then we found a huge pile to work on. The last 2 hours were savage fishing according to customers. Drop and reel knob heads and cod. Biggest cod was in the mid teens.
Captain Mike reported grindy day on the blackfish grounds. We worked some drops close to home. By days end we have some limits but it was still slower then we would have liked. Biggest fish on the day was around 7 pounds
Captain Greg reported a decent day on the tog grounds. The water was still a little dirty from the swell. We picked away allday and many limits by days end. Biggest fish was just shy of 10lbs. Sailing tomorrow at 6am,. Monday-Wednesday look a little unsettled.
Captain rich reported a good day on the sea bass. The water on the cod grounds was still very dirty. The sea bas and scup did not care but it seemed to effect the cod the last few days. Biggest cod was in the low teens. Sailing at 6am.
First mate Bobby reported an OK day on the cod grounds. We had a large swell and some dirty water to start the day off. We picked away on smaller fish and not as good as it has been for weeks. We did some searching around and found shots of good fishing. We had a sea bass limit and a handful of cod by days ends. Sailing tomorrow at 6am by reservations.
Captain Greg reported a good chip all day long. We sailed with a light crowd of anglers who wanted to get in on the hot fishing. We had a good day by days end but it took a while. Some spots were hot and some were not. High hooks left with limit catches. Biggest fish was around 8 pounds. Sailing tomorrow at 6am by reservations.
Captain Greg reported a little slower day on the tog grounds. The water was on the dirty side from the wind of the last 2 days. We picked away on every spot but never a full on chew. High hook had a limit. Pool fish was around 8 pounds. No sail tomorrow with the Thanksgiving holiday. The weather for fri-sun look amazing. Sailing at 6am
No trips tomorrow.
Captain rich reported a rather sporty day on the cod grounds. We were able to jog down and toss the hook. We had a good pick and sea bass and scup coming over the rail. Some nice cod in the mix with this solid 30lber going home for dinner. A few other fishing in the 10 pound range.
Captain Greg reported a good chip on the tog grounds. we had to do some searching around but we picked away every where tried. High hooks left with limit catches. Biggest fish on day was right around 7 pounds
Captain Mike reported a very solid day on the blackfish grounds. The water was on the dirty side from the blow but the fish were hungry. A few fish shy from a full limit but some good sized brutes chewed today. Biggest fish was a just shy of 11 pounds. A few other fish in the 7-9 range and a good showing of 4-6 pounders. Sailing tomorrow with some room left.
Captain Rich reported an improved day on the cod grounds. The wind never died out like the forecast stated but we sat on the hook and found lots of life. A good showing of cod mixed in with the ungodly amount of scup and sea bass. Biggest fish was in the mid teens
No trips tomorrow with the strong south west winds.
Captain Greg reported a good day on the sea bass grounds. The morning started out down right perfect minus the cold temperatures. We were able to drift and the fish were coming over as fast as you could hit the bottom. Sea bass double header were normal with a full sea bass limit in less then an hour. We did some searching and found a few cod but then the wind came up strong. We packed it in and headed for home.
No trips tomorrow.
Captain Mike reported an OK pick on the full day grounds. The water was on the dirty side after the blow yesterday. We worked a bunch of ground and picked here and there but it was a pick all day. High hook did leave with a limit.
All trips cancelled tomorrow due to weather.
Captain Mike reported an OK day before the wind. High hook had limit catches to 8 pounds. Once the wind started to come on the fish went in to lock jaw and it was all over. Some sea bass and a cod or two
Captain Mike reported a good pick on the full day blackfish boat. The wind came on right from the get go with made it a little tricky. Captain Mike got both anchors set and fish started coming over the rail. High hooks had limit catches to 9 pounds. Lots of short life today to keep things busy. A few cod in the mix as well. Sailing tomorrow morning at 6am.
Captain rich reported a rather sporty day on the cod grounds. We steamed out by the island and tossed the hook. We started picking right away on a mixed bag of bottom fish. Al the scup you could want a limit of nice sea bass. Cod were sprinkled in there and there but while we sat on the anchor we just build a huge pile under the boat. Biggest cod was in the low teens. No sail tomorrow with the south wind and Monday looks on the windy side.