Capt. Rob was back on the pollock again today. They had a 2 1/2 hour pollock slamathon in the morning, then the bite leveled off to a steady pick the rest of the day. Fresh photos below
We set out this morning not knowing what to expect. NOAA has closed our usual fishing spots. So today was a crap shoot. We had to fish outside the closed areas. But it turned out to be a good day. Capt. Rob found the pollock right away. Although they were smaller than the ones we have been catching. By the afternoon he was on the big ones again. It was a long boat ride, but it paid off. Photos below.
Good fishing again today. Not quite the as good as Saturday. Steady fishing all day. Still into the large to extra large pollock. More haddock today than Saturday.
I want to apoligize for not posting photos the last couple trips. I am having technical problems with the website. We hope to have this resolved soon.
Another great day of fishing. Plenty of big pollock and full bags of fish getting off the boat.
And a super Thursday it was. Great fishing again today. Capt. Rob has got those large to extra large pollock tuned in. Plenty of fish for everyone on the boat today. There were even a dozen or more haddock landed. Photos below.
Another good day of fishing. There was a light crowd but they still put a bunch of pollock on board. Haddock are back on the menu as of November 1st.
Right now we have a definite go for Thursday, 10/30 5am-5pm. With conditions as good as they get, NW winds 10-15 kts and seas 2-3 feet, we will start boarding at 4:15 am from 121 East Main St.
Reservations can be made online at www.yankeefleet.com or call us before 5pm today 10/29 at 855-546-3474. Our office opens at 4am and space is available! COME ON DOWN!
Friday, October 31, 7am-5pm is also available. We need some more reservations to confirm before we can say we are a definite go. If you are deciding to go Saturday or Sunday, Friday is the BEST weather day! Call ahead, 855-546-3474, and book!
Target species are pollock, hake, cusk and redfish. Haddock will reopen November 1st.