Capt. John was supposed to be working on the boat, but the call of the haddock got him. He joined his friends john and Christopher for a little fishing. Capt. Chris was at the wheel, put the power to the Cat . We traveled about 8 miles on a SE direction. Chris marked a few fish and we stopped, luckily there was little wind or current and we drifted. About 5 minutes into the drift fish on! Capt. John had a small haddock, John had a nice haddock, and Chris too. Fishing was very good for the next hour or so. We started getting cod. Time to move.
Chris decided to try a couple ledges off a few miles. Good choice. Fishing wasn't as fast but the sizes were super nice big fish. Good call Chris. We hadn't planned to fish too long but a great time was had. There is no question the haddock are in and only to get better.
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One of the best fishing months is just about to arrive: October, with its crisp nights and cool days, is the time when the fish all begin to feed for their journey south. Striped bass are at their largest and hungrier than ever. Toss a live mackerel in front of ...Read More
As the title suggests, bass fishing has been truly awesome! Our day starts early at 5 am when we head out from the dock to first catch some mackerel. And let me tell you, that in itself is a lot of fun. Reeling in a sibiki rig full of wiggling macs ...Read More
We left the dock early, a little foggy and breezy. Not really a bad morning. Lobster Tales took us to our destination with speed and comfort. Started catch bait instantly-thanks to Tonya and Cory. Set out our gear, checking lines changing bait. The Capt. tried an old trick about 40 minutes ...Read More
The bass fishing has been nothing but super. Work a little harder and make an off-tide trip successful. Erika and her family made it happen using a basic shallow water technique. The catch shows. We caught numerous above and below the slot. The family really like striper brought a few ...Read More