After being stuck at the dock for a few days due to the high winds. The Yankee Clipper headed out this morning. It was very cold and windy. That made for some tough fishing conditions. However Capt. Rob was able to put the boat on the cod and haddock. It wasn’t a banner day, but it was pretty steady. There were some pretty cold looking people getting off the boat. Bring the warm weather back !
Capt. Rob was on the haddock today. it was one of those, almost one stop days. Our first stop didn’t produce much of anything. The second stop was great. Haddock were coming over the rail for 3 hours. Although not all keepers, the action was superb. Even I had 5 keepers. We are back at it at 7am tomorrow. You really should be here !!!
After searching a few areas to the Southeast last week . Capt. Rob headed East after hearing reports of haddock. His report proved to be right. The first couple stops we picked a few small haddock and cod. The smaller haddock were pretty steady most of the day. We did get a few keepers out of there. Atleast we know where they are now. Great news for the weekend.
The Yankee Clipper headed out on thursday morning. Once again in search of the haddock. Capt. Rob did find them, but they were not interested in biting. We did however find the cod, that we can’t keep until April 16th. After 4 or 5 stops we ended the day on some red fish. Once again the cod were mixed in with them.
If you are interested in coming fishing please call to make a reservation. That helps us determine whether or not we have enough people to make a trip.
After having to postpone our first trip of the year due to the weather. We headed out in search of the haddock. Capt. Rob headed out to some known haddock spots. The first stop looked very promising. The bait hit the bottom and almost every rod bent. When the fish were cranked to the boat they were all cod. Too bad we couldn’t keep them. Off to the next few spots, the fish were there but not interested in biting. It was getting later in the day so we moved off to a couple red fish spots. They were there as always. we put a bunch on the boat and headed back to the dock. Not the best day for sure. But Capt. Rob will catch up to those haddock eventually,
Opening day is Friday March 28th. Less than a week away. Time to get off the couch and move to the rail. Give us a call to make reservations. Just for FYI Cod season opens on April 16. Our first trips will be targeting haddock, pollock, red fish, and cusk.
Any questions about any of our trips. Ask Bill at firstname.lastname@example.org If I don’t have the right answer. I will make one up !!!
Time is winding down until opening day. We are looking forward to wetting some lines. We can’t wait to see everyone. Its been a long cold winter ! If you need any info, or have any questions feel free to email me at email@example.com BRING SPRING.
Capt. John reported they caught some big cod, that had to be thrown back. There was also a good pollock bite. Some good size pollock caught. Back at it tomorrow for the last trip of the season.
Saturdays trip wasn’t bad. But not great either. A bunch of nice haddock made it aboard. Some real nice cod were caught, then released. Where were these cod in October ? Also a few pollock were landed. Lots of smaller pollock were thrown back.