• Fishing Reports

    Fishing Report 5/24/16

    With weather conditions tough and a fairly light crowd Captain George fished relatively close to shore (about 10 miles).  There was haddock for all and two small halibut were released.  The search for the big one continues…

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    Another spectacular offshore trip!

    The weather was perfect and the first day on Cashes ledge was action all day long.  Last stop produced a nice halibut by a women that said it was her first overnight trip.

    The second day on Fippennies started with a beautiful sunrise and was again a nice pic of Haddock and pollock, and cusk.  Bunch of nice cod that we released.

    First Overnight Fishing

    Phenomenal is the only way we can describe it. Anchored up at about 4:30 am and didn’t move all day. Waves of Large Pollock and Haddock, many double headers of both. Captain George Schlichte navigated out and anchored up at pre-dawn and we didn’t  move. We heard comments like “Best fishing in my life”, “I haven’t seen fishing like this in years”, “Great crew, their earning their money today”, and much more

    We were a little apprehensive of the weather but it turned out to be fine day but we did have to slug our way home, and it was all worth it.

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    We had two boats today.  Weather has come around for use and the anglers really enjoying the change,  Again, good fishing continues  both boats have a nice day.IMG_0418

    Saturday Report

    IMG_0395 IMG_0396 (1) IMG_0393 IMG_0391 IMG_0394The Weather has not been the most Cooperative but those that ventured out have been rewarded.  Capt Rob has had another good fishing trip.  The other boat ventured out, looking for a little bit better fish stock but however was not so successful.