Overnight fishing Change.

After a couple slow trips to Fippennies, Capt. Tom has decided to go the extra distance to Cashes Ledge. The fishing has been much better there. The boat will be leaving at 7pm instead of 8pm on Sunday nights. There will be a $20.00 fuel surcharge for these trips. The next trip will be Sunday night 7/27.

Overnight Cashes trip report 7/21

The Yankee freedom returned from Cashes ledge Monday night after having a fantastic trip.We decided to give Cashes a try after having a couple very slow trips on Fippennies, and it paid off. The morning started off on the slow side with a lot of turd pollock. That changed pretty quickly. Capt. Rob and Capt. Ryan found the fish and the bite was on the rest of the trip. They reported a 50/50 mix of cod and pollock. Plenty of big pollock and market size cod. Everyone was more than happy getting off the boat. Great trip !!!

Saturday report 7/19

It was another one of those slow days. Two boats out, with the same results. Some nice haddock and a few cod, but not the fishing we hope to see. Seems as though those flat calm days just don’t produce an active bite. Plenty of fish on the machine, but they just weren’t interested in biting.

Friday report 7/19

Capt. Rob summed up yesterdays fishing in one word. Slow. Like everyday they put fish on the boat, just not the amount we like to see. Once again it was all haddock, and some big ones. Plenty of fish on the machine, they just didn’t want to bite.

Thursday report 7/17

A very good day of fishing in a small area. Capt. John put the boat on the fish, for a better than steady bite all day. Mostly haddock today and some big ones. He even managed to avoid the dog fish for the most part.